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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
From Top Shelf to Food Shelf is an initiative founded by Donna Carpenter, the creator of Runnin’ with the Dogs, consisting of hockey-based charitable contributions to local food pantries. Every year at Christmastime (and other times sporadically) I look for … Continue reading
This past weekend saw the #1 and #2 teams square off in three of the four conferences giving us a rare opportunity for definitive answers on how each might shake out.
The Robert Morris Colonials are currently 9-1-4 overall and 5-0-1 in the CHA, good enough for first place. They’re a bit of an odd case. The two best teams they’ve played are Providence and Syracuse. They’re 3-0-1 in those games. … Continue reading
Penn State handled RIT with relative ease and Robert Morris withstood an early challenge from Lindenwood to give us a standard 1, 2, 3, 4 CHA semifinals.
The CHA tournament begins with a best of three series hosted by the school with the better ranking. The remainder will be single elimination played at the home of the regular season champion. The highest advancing seed plays the lowest … Continue reading