1. Crunch Time: College Hockey Holds Its Breath For The 2021 NCAA Tournament

    Crunch Time: College Hockey Holds Its Breath For The 2021 NCAA Tournament

    Feb 4, 2021

    For those crossing their fingers hoping for a 2021 NCAA Hockey Tournament, it is officially crunch time. On Friday, February 5, the six-member NCAA hockey committee will stage the first of six weekly calls leading up to hockey’s version of Selection Sunday.

  2. ECHL Approves Expansion Membership For Savannah, GA, Starting In 2022-23

    ECHL Approves Expansion Membership For Savannah, GA, Starting In 2022-23

    Jan 27, 2021

    PRINCETON, N.J. – The ECHL announced on Wednesday that the League’s Board of Governors has approved the expansion application of Savannah, Georgia for admittance into the League.

  3. ECHL Approves Two Expansion Memberships In Iowa & Quebec

    ECHL Approves Two Expansion Memberships In Iowa & Quebec

    Jan 12, 2021

    Via ECHL press release.

    PRINCETON, N.J. – The ECHL announced on Tuesday that the League’s Board of Governors has approved expansion applications for Coralville, Iowa, and Trois-Rivières, Quebec, to begin play for the 2021-22 Season.

  4. Coast To Coast: NHL CBA Issues, ECHL Opt-Outs & Long Island University

    Coast To Coast: NHL CBA Issues, ECHL Opt-Outs & Long Island University

    Nov 23, 2020

    Coast to Coast is FloHockey’s bi-monthly, cohesive news on North American hockey and live-streaming partnerships.

  5. Game 2 Of Minnesota State-Bemidji State Series Postponed

    Game 2 Of Minnesota State-Bemidji State Series Postponed

    Nov 23, 2020

    BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – Monday’s scheduled Minnesota State-Bemidji State non-conference game has been postponed due to positive COVID-19 tests within the Minnesota State program. No make-up date for today’s contest has been announced.

  6. WCHA Round-Up: Alabama Huntsville's Victory, COVID Protocol & The NCAAs

    WCHA Round-Up: Alabama Huntsville's Victory, COVID Protocol & The NCAAs

    Nov 12, 2020

    The WCHA’s men’s media day on Wednesday was business as usual in the new world order of COVID-19, meaning that it was unlike any in the eight-year history of the league’s rebirth. It was two months delayed, took place via Zoom, and was bursting with short-term and long-term news headlines.