College Hockey

It’s no secret the New Jersey Devils have been a haven for former college players, a staple under former President/GM Lou Lamoriello, himself previously an icon at Providence College. On the Devils first Stanley Cup championship club in 1995, there were no less than 11 players from 10 different NCAA schools who saw action that postseason.
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College hockey players and commits made up for 67 of the 217 picks in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft. Seven of them were selected in the first round, including both Brady Tkachuk and Quinn Hughes who found their new homes within the first ten picks. The NCAA has made an ever-increasing impact on the NHL as 32%
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With the tightening salary cap, NHL teams are finding the biggest bang for their bucks with rookies and players on entry-level contracts. It’s become imperative for teams to accurately forecast a draft pick’s abilities when they enter their first year of playing in the NHL because teams only have three years until they have to
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There were some big shake-ups in the college hockey world, especially when you look at where teams were ranked last week. This week, the St. Cloud State Huskies were deemed the No. 1 team in college hockey, according to US College Hockey Online’s NCAA Men’s Division I Rankings. The North Dakota Hawks were able to
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College hockey is exciting, especially when some of the nation’s best teams move up and down the rankings. This week, Quinnipiac University propelled themselves over Northeastern University to a 3-1-1 record. Meanwhile, St. Cloud State University remained undefeated after reverting Boston College to a record of 1-3-1. The University of Denver remains the No. 1
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It was a chance to make a good impression and that’s exactly what Bobo Carpenter did in attending the New Jersey Devils Development Camp as an invitee. Carpenter went undrafted, twice, but that hasn’t deterred him from trying to force his way into an NHL franchise just yet. “I got a call from Mr. Fitzgerald
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This past April, Kevin Westgarth stood in the visitor’s locker room at the Prudential Center grinning ear-to-ear. The former Los Angeles King had just wrapped up a charity ice hockey game with several former NHL players. In the game he did something he had only done seven times during his NHL career – he scored a goal. While
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