Looking at the NCAA standings so far.
I was reading the Star Tribune’s write-up this morning about another Gophers loss (0-2-1) and I got to thinking how long before the Gopher faithful want to throw head coach Don Lucia under the bus? For my amusement, I decided to check out the comments section of that very same article. Holy cow! Wow! It sounds [...]
My dad sent me an account of a Gopher fan’s experience at Ralph Engelstad Arena this past weekend. Was I sitting in a different arena this past weekend? Sioux Gophers and idiots on both sides. I was at the Sioux/Gopher hockey games this weekend. The games were in Grand Forks and I was wearing Gopher [...]
I was thinking about the CHA and its 11 years of existence. Unfortunately the CHA will disband after 11 seasons of play. With the CHA disbanding, BSU will head to the WCHA, Niagara University and Robert Morris University will head to the AHA, and the University of Alabama Huntsville will head to the independent ranks [...]
Is UAA going to be able to keep up with the opposition using a team this big, slow and lumbering especially on the big ice surfaces?
Tonight in the Kendall Hockey Classic in Anchorage, AK perennial WCHA doormat team UAA is playing the mighty Michigan Wolverines from Ann Arbor, Michigan at 7:07 Alaska time (10:07 Central Standard time). Michigan led by future hall of fame coach Red Berenson is a power house team that returns 19 players from last season’s squad [...]
On October 27th 2007 Miami Student writer Mike Zoller declared that Miami University hockey ‘was on the Brink of being a dynasty.’ While Miami Hockey is not a dynasty by definition (need to win a few NCAA titles), I am also going to hold off calling them a dynasty for now but Miami does have [...]
There is a question that a lot of western college hockey fans ask. Why does the EZAC get so much love from the hockey pundits every year in the pre-season polls? This is a question that I would like to see answered. Its common knowledge that the ECAC is made up of schools with great [...]