The NCAA has proven to be an expanding developmental league for the NHL, and several promising freshman seasons have led to a handful of players looking forward to hearing their name called in the 2020 NHL Draft.
WCHA Men's & Women's Hockey To Delay Start Of 2020-21 Season
Sep 10, 2020FloHockey Staff
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – Sept. 10, 2020 – The Men’s League of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association will delay the start of its 2020-21 season, WCHA Men’s League Commissioner Bill Robertson announced today.
Experience Is Paying Off For The Tampa Bay Lightning
Sep 8, 2020Jacob Messing
The Tampa Bay Lightning have been a perennial Stanley Cup contender for the better half of the last decade, but 2020 may finally be their year.
In March of 2020, with conference tournaments underway and the national tournament right around the corner, college hockey was canceled as we knew it. Nobody knew for how long, or what each circumstance would lead to. Now, many months later, as college campuses begin to return and athletes look towards their seasons, it seems as though times around the country are becoming more and more unprecedented. With 11 institutions making up Atlantic Hockey, each with different return-to-campus procedures, many different plans have been formulated by leaders within the conference.
NCAA Round-Up: Where Do Conferences Stand With Returning To Play?
Aug 24, 2020Jacob Messing
As COVID-19 continues to create uncertainty around the world, the 2020-21 NCAA hockey season is just another piece of the puzzle left in disarray.
An NCAA-Built Blue Line Is Helping The Rangers Reforge Their Franchise
Aug 17, 2020Jacob Messing
The draft lottery-winning New York Rangers are poised to select consensus No. 1 pick Alexis Lafrenière in the 2020 NHL draft as another core piece to an impressive rebuild and budding powerhouse.