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2017

College Credit

NHL teams rely more and more on NCAA alumni By Chris Peters Carl Hagelin was one of 13 former NCAA players to get their name on the Stanley Cup with the 2016 Penguins.   When the Pittsburgh Penguins skated the…

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2017

Penguins sign coveted college free agent Zach Aston-Reese to two-year deal

By Jason Mackey / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Billie Weiss/Getty Images Northeastern’s Zach Aston-Reese celebrates after a goal against Harvard during the Beanpot Tournament in February 2016. Aston-Reese signed with the Penguins on Tuesday.   PHILADELPHIA — With his classes at Northeastern…

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2017

Badgers men’s hockey: Aidan Cavallini savors ‘a pretty special experience’ with Wisconsin

By Todd D. Milewsk No, Tony Granato did not really have a premonition that December morning in Michigan that Aidan Cavallini was about to have a breakthrough. Sure, the University of Wisconsin men’s hockey coach talked to the senior forward…

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2017

A Hockey Family

    By Emily Iannaconi From lift, to practice, to meetings, to games, student-athletes are hardly ever without their teammates. Senior assistant hockey captain Mike Barrett does not mind though because his teammates are also his best friends. “You never…

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2017

‘It never stops’: Life as a head coach in college hockey

On the tail end of his team’s first full NCAA season, ASU hockey head coach Greg Powers describes his job’s demands Photo by Celisse Jones | The State Press Greg Powers, head coach of ASU’s NCAA Division I Hockey program,…

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2017

Raising the Bar

NCAA Save Pct. Leader, Charles Williams, is a Rarity, But Wants to Change That   by Tony Jovenitti   Charles Williams leads top-seeded Canisius into the Atlantic Hockey quarterfinals on a 15-game unbeaten streak.   When he was 13, Charles…

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2017

The Prep School Option

  With the emergence of Shattuck-St Mary’s over a decade ago as arguably the best hockey development program in North America, almost everyone knows that the prep school option is out there. Too many hockey families, however, dismiss the option…

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2017

College hockey’s impact on NHL continues to grow

  by Mike G. Morreale / NHL.com, June 25th, 2015     FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — There’s an underlying theme to college hockey players becoming a more attractive option in recent years for NHL scouts and general managers. New Jersey…

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2017

More NHL prospects are electing to play in college

By Steven Goldstein, Chicago Tribune Why are more hockey prospects opting for college instead of major junior hockey? Michigan’s Tyler Motte — a fourth-round pick of the Blackhawks in 2013 — tries to score on Michigan State in the second…

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2017

Inside College Hockey’s Fierce Recruiting War

By: Ryan Kennedy   Competition in the college ranks begins long before teams hit the ice. The initial battles are fought in the increasingly-competitive recruiting war. There has never been a more competitive time to attract talent in the NCAA….

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