1. AIC, Army Lead Atlantic Hockey's Chase For The 2021 NCAA Tournament

    AIC, Army Lead Atlantic Hockey's Chase For The 2021 NCAA Tournament

    Feb 26, 2021

    As the 2021 Atlantic Hockey conference tournament approaches, seedings, matchups, and storylines are unfolding with an urgency after the sudden cancellation a year ago.

  2. How The NCAA Could Be A Hot Spot For The 2021 NHL Draft

    How The NCAA Could Be A Hot Spot For The 2021 NHL Draft

    Feb 24, 2021

    The running of the 2020-21 NCAA season could see the league become a hot spot for the 2021 NHL Draft this summer, where several big names already highlight mock draft boards.

  3. WCHA Helps Launch 'College Hockey for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion'

    WCHA Helps Launch 'College Hockey for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion'

    Feb 24, 2021

    A 27-person group representing all 11 men’s and women’s NCAA Division I hockey conferences chose Black History Month to roll out a new initiative titled “College Hockey for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.” 

  4. WCHA RinkRap: Instant Classic Between Bowling Green & Northern Michigan

    WCHA RinkRap: Instant Classic Between Bowling Green & Northern Michigan

    Feb 22, 2021

    This Week on WCHA RinkRap: a rookie goalie throws a “perfecto,” a major milestone in Big Rapids, Cullen plays Catalyst for Falcons, and WCHA goaltenders vie for supremacy.

  5. Michigan Tech, Lake Superior & Northern Michigan Revitalize The UP

    Michigan Tech, Lake Superior & Northern Michigan Revitalize The UP

    Feb 19, 2021

    Although Minnesota State lords from atop the standings, the soul of the WCHA (and next year’s CCHA) resides in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Whether it is the seven Division I championship banners distributed across its three universities or the fact that pro hockey was born on this rugged spit of land, Yooper hockey is the frozen bedrock of whatever conference that adopts them

  6. Atlantic Hockey's Canisius Taking What It Can In 2020-21

    Atlantic Hockey's Canisius Taking What It Can In 2020-21

    Feb 18, 2021

    When Atlantic Hockey announced a reformat of standings via points percentage for the 2020-21 season, it was partially due to the lack of a guarantee when it came to all 11 teams playing a full league schedule.