1. Coast To Coast: AHA, WCHA Alum Featured In Pro Playoff Pushes

    Coast To Coast: AHA, WCHA Alum Featured In Pro Playoff Pushes

    May 4, 2021

    Coast To Coast is FloHockey’s monthly, cohesive news on North American hockey and live-streaming partnerships.
  2. NCAA Hockey Transfer Portal Chaos For Lake Superior State & The CCHA

    NCAA Hockey Transfer Portal Chaos For Lake Superior State & The CCHA

    Apr 28, 2021

    The era of NCAA free agency has swept through college hockey like a thunderclap. Also known as the “Transfer Portal,” it has delivered both pain and pleasure to Division I teams, depending on what side of the portal you are on.
  3. Minnesota State, The Frozen Four & Bill Robertson's WCHA Farewell

    Minnesota State, The Frozen Four & Bill Robertson's WCHA Farewell

    Apr 13, 2021

    Minnesota native Bill Robertson took over the helm of the revamped WCHA in 2014. In two months he will be charting new waters as college hockey’s league of distinction for seven decades will cease to exist. FloHockey’s Tim Rappleye got a chance to debrief the man known as Billy Rob following the Frozen Four, a gratifying finale to a most challenging season. 
  4. Minnesota State Departs Frozen Four After Painful Loss To St. Cloud State

    Minnesota State Departs Frozen Four After Painful Loss To St. Cloud State

    Apr 9, 2021

    NCAA hockey media protocol is an emotional meat grinder. Three of the four teams in Pittsburgh will face, and ultimately surrender, to their season’s mortality, a step or two from snatching that coveted brass ring. 
  5. Coast To Coast: NCAA Players Headed To The Next Level

    Coast To Coast: NCAA Players Headed To The Next Level

    Apr 8, 2021

    Coast To Coast is FloHockey’s monthly dive into North American hockey and live-streaming partnerships.
  6. Toronto Maple Leafs, Marlies Show Belief in Atlantic Hockey Conference

    Toronto Maple Leafs, Marlies Show Belief in Atlantic Hockey Conference

    Apr 6, 2021

    Defensemen are an asset an organization can never have too many of, so when free agent NCAA defensemen show maturation professional clubs come calling.