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The Curious Case of Wisconsin and National Championships

I’ve made this point quite a bit: how do we know Brad Frost of Minnesota and Mark Johnson of Wisconsin are good coaches? Maybe that’s a silly question to ask since they combine for eight National Championships between them, both … Continue reading

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2017 Season Awards and Year in Review

Wow, I mean wow. If you had told me at the beginning of the season that I would be sitting her toasting the second Clarkson national championship in my lifetime, I don’t know what I would have said. I think … Continue reading

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Women are Doing an Outstanding Job Covering the USWNT WWC Boycott

Because of course they are. Before you read the opinions of me (or any other dude), I recommend checking out the pieces below and maybe giving them a follow on Twitter. U.S. women’s hockey team threatens to not play in … Continue reading

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USWNT Demands More Pay, Support from USA Hockey, There’s No Compelling Argument Against It

If you haven’t seen by now, the US women’s team will be boycotting the IIHF World Championships later on in March. Though the above article mentions equal pay, the women are seeking “equitable support” (fair support) via the portion of … Continue reading

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The 2017 Women’s NCAA Tournament

The conference tournaments concluded last weekend with a fairly predictable selection process. The only real question was whether the committee would extra, super penny-pinch and have Clarkson and St. Lawrence play one another, but it didn’t come to pass. What … Continue reading

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2017 ECAC Final Weekend

The ECAC quarterfinals progressed rather quietly with all four top seeds winning their series. Only Princeton needed the extra game to do so.

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Breaking Down the 2017 Hockey East Tournament

The Hockey East quarterfinals are best of three series played at the home school of the top seeds. The semifinals and finals are single-elimination games played at a predetermined site. This year’s tournament will be played in Boston at Boston University.

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