Flames mine a dozen goals against Mountaineers to put Handy’s 500th win on ice early

From Liberty Club Sports By Ted Allen   In the home locker room after Friday night’s 12-1 triumph over West Virginia, Liberty University’s ACHA Division I men’s hockey team celebrated Head Coach Kirk Handy’s 500th career win like they had just captured the Stanley Cup, only showering him with water rather than champagne. Like the […]

Jimmies Score Seven In Season Opening Win Over St. Cloud State

From University of Jamestown Athletics   The University of Jamestown D2 hockey team was victorious in its season debut Friday night, defeating St. Cloud State 7-4 at Wilson Arena. The win was the first for the Jimmies as members of the Western Collegiate Club Hockey Association (WCCHA). Gunnar Gibbs (SR/Grand Forks, N.D.) netted a pair […]

UNC Hockey Wins Against Alumni Team

From The Mirror By Sophia Raymond   GREELEY, Colo. – The University of Northern Colorado’s club hockey team hosted their annual alumni game Saturday. The game had an exciting first period, with a little bit of pushing and shoving. The competitiveness between past and current teammates was visible as the game continued. In the second […]

Marauders look for title hat trick in final ACHA D2 season

From Kilgore News Herald By Dave Selvig   The University of Mary hockey team is looking to go out on a hat track. Winners of the last two ACHA D2 titles, the Marauders move up to D1 next year and hope to do so with three straight national championships. Not only that, after the championship […]

Mountain Hawks hit the ice looking for a bounce-back season

From The Brown And White By Max Brodsky   The Lehigh men’s club varsity ice hockey team welcomed its largest class of incoming players this season in hopes of being competitive in conference play and building upon goals from last season. While still a club team, Lehigh ice hockey has a 22-game schedule including travel, […]

Rider hockey preview: a new atmosphere with expectations

From The Rider News By Jake Serrano   After falling short in regionals to Ohio State last season, Rider club ice hockey looks to pick up where they left off. Head coach Sean Levin said, “I think we have a lot to prove to ourselves, to the Mid Atlantic and the American Collegiate Hockey Association […]

Kyle Gagneau Tapped to Run AQ Men’s Hockey Program

From Aquinas Athletics By Mitchell Walters   Aquinas College is thrilled to announce the hiring of Kyle Gagneau as the next men’s hockey coach at AQ. Gagneau will be the third head coach in program history, taking over for Jordan Permoda who stepped down this past spring after seven years at the helm. In the […]