W2 Villanova looks to learn from Nationals experience

From The Villanovan By Jacob Artz   Rick Harrison in Pawn Stars said “you never know what is gonna come through the door.” The ability of the women’s club ice hockey team at Villanova to bring in women from all areas and skill levels and gel as a team is a powerful factor in its […]

Pitt-Johnstown Ice Cats big recruiting class has local presence

From The Tribune Democrat By Mike Mastovich   JOHNSTOWN, Pa. – This past season, Dave Layman and his coaching staff contended with low numbers, as the Pitt-Johns- town Ice Cats club hockey team regrouped following heavy turnover to graduation two years ago and the pandemic’s wiping out the 2020-21 schedule. The Ice Cats took a […]

Utah M2 concludes challenging inaugural season

From University of Utah Hockey By Anita Y. Tsuchiya   The best way to look at the 2021-22 season for the University of Utah Hockey Men’s Division (M2) team, is to be thankful it’s in the books. The Utes finished with a heartbreaking 4-13-0 (W-L-T) record and were ranked 40th out of 52 teams in […]

Island goaltender and teammates are Sault College team of the year

From The Manitoulin Expositor By Expositor Staff   SAULT STE. MARIE—A local goaltender and her Sault College Cougars womens hockey team have been recognized for their efforts this year with a prestigious award. Goaltender Gabriella (Gabby) Corbiere, of Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation and her Sault College Cougars women’s hockey team was named ‘team of […]

Another Trip Down Memory Lane

From StateCollege.com By Joe Battista   Ah, the memories. They’ve had a little more meaning for my wife and me lately. With each passing week the reality is setting in that in just a few months State College will no longer be our primary place of residency. We have called Happy Valley our home for […]

Heimel Resigns as Argos Hockey Coach

From UPArgos By Alex Semadeni   GREAT FALLS, MONTANA – Jeff Heimel, head coach of the University of Providence hockey team, announced his formal resignation Monday, effective June 30. “After a lot of thought and prayer, I’ve decided to step away from coaching for the time being,” Heimel said. “It’s the right decision for me […]

UNLV Skating Rebels Reach the Final Four in ACHA Tournament

From UNLV News Center By Francis McCabe   The UNLV Skating Rebels rebounded from a COVID-canceled campaign last year to post its best-ever season, finishing 26-4-1 and reaching the Final Four of the American Collegiate Hockey Association’s (ACHA) 2022 National Tournament in St. Louis this March. After the pandemic disrupted play last season, head coach […]

Warriors Hockey Lands Haberman, Jackson Via Transfer For ’22-’23

From WaldorfWarriors.com   FOREST CITY, IA – The Waldorf Hockey Team is building a contender for the 2022-23 season.  Head Coach Mike Heitkamp announced the commitments of two transfer athletes from established North Dakota programs.  The Warriors will welcome in forward Chayse Haberman and defenseman Campbell Jackson. Haberman comes to Waldorf from Dakota College at […]

Adamek achieves personal, team success in first college hockey

From Vancouver Island Free Daily By Justin Samanski-Langille   Zosia Adamek is no stranger to sporting success, but even she was surprised at just how well her freshman season playing Div. 1 collegiate hockey in the U.S. went. Not only did the 19-year-old forward from Langford help her Liberty University Lady Flames capture a fourth […]

Rybchinski reflects on being named ACHA M2 Coach of the Year

From KXNet.com By Adeena Balthazor   The Dakota College at Bottineau men’s hockey coach is adding another award to his shelves. Travis Rybchinski has been named the ACHA Men’s Division II coach of the year. He led the Lumberjacks to a 20-12 record and to the national tournament semi-final game this season. This wasn’t his […]