NCAA Women’s Hockey Game Day Post: September 27th, 2014

Hockey East Action New Hampshire (0-0-0) at Maine (0-0-0), 4 p.m. EST Orono, Maine (Alfond Arena) Links: Live Stream | Live Stats Non-Conference Action Bemidji State (1-0-0) at Robert Morris (0-1-0), 3 p.m. EST Neville Island, Pa. (84 Lumber Arena) Links: Live Stream | Live Stats Wisconsin (1-0-0) at Lindenwood (0-1-0), 4 p.m. EST Wentzville, … Continue reading NCAA Women’s Hockey Game Day Post: September 27th, 2014

NCAA Women’s Hockey Game Day Post: September 26th, 2014

Non-Conference Action Minnesota Duluth (0-0-0) at Connecticut (0-0-0), 7 p.m. EST Storrs, Conn. (Freitas Ice Forum) Links: Live Stream | Live Stats Bemidji State (0-0-0) at Robert Morris (0-0-0), 7 p.m. EST Neville Island, Pa. (84 Lumber Arena) Links: Live Stream | Live Stats Wisconsin (0-0-0) at Lindenwood (0-0-0), 8 p.m. EST Wentzville, Mo. (Lindenwood … Continue reading NCAA Women’s Hockey Game Day Post: September 26th, 2014

2014-15 Women’s Hockey East Preview

With three of the conference's biggest stars returning from national team centralization, Hockey East teams will look to be much more dominant on a national level this year. Boston College, Boston University, and Northeastern have ruled the league recently, though  Vermont worked its way into the conversation last year with much more parity throughout the … Continue reading 2014-15 Women’s Hockey East Preview

Five Things That Happened in the CHA, September 22 Edition

1. An Actual Hockey Game: One could question the wisdom of playing a live game, even an exhibition, on the first day full team practices are allowed by the NCAA, but given the ascension of Robert Morris' program, it's hard to argue with anything the Colonials have done over the last few years. It wasn't exactly a high-stress … Continue reading Five Things That Happened in the CHA, September 22 Edition

Canada’s National Women’s Team’s Fall Festival Set for Sept. 22-28

Hockey Canada today announced the schedule and roster for the National Women's Team's Fall Festival, taking place Sept. 22-28 in Calgary at WinSport's Markin MacPhail Centre. 58 players make up the roster, including 36 forwards, 16 defensemen, and six goaltenders. 10 members of the 2014 Canadian Olympic team that captured gold in Sochi will be … Continue reading Canada’s National Women’s Team’s Fall Festival Set for Sept. 22-28

2010 Olympian Tessa Bonhomme Announces Retirement from Canadian National Team

Former Olympic defenseman Tessa Bonhomme announced her retirement from the Canadian Women's National Team on Wednesday, according to Hockey Canada. Bonhomme is a two-time world champion and helped Team Canada to an Olympic gold medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Her 51 points in 107 games are the fifth-highest total in Canadian defensemen … Continue reading 2010 Olympian Tessa Bonhomme Announces Retirement from Canadian National Team

2014-15 ECAC Women’s Hockey Preview, Part Two: Teams 1-6

Last season proved to be a historic one for the NCAA, and for no conference more so than the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference. After 12 years national dominance by the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, the ECAC's Clarkson University became the first-ever non-WCHA team to win a national title when it defeated Minnesota on March . … Continue reading 2014-15 ECAC Women’s Hockey Preview, Part Two: Teams 1-6

2014-15 ECAC Women’s Hockey Preview, Part One: Teams 7-12

Last season proved to be a historic one for the NCAA, and for no conference more so than the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference. After 12 years national dominance by the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, the ECAC's Clarkson University became the first-ever non-WCHA team to win a national title when it defeated Minnesota on March . … Continue reading 2014-15 ECAC Women’s Hockey Preview, Part One: Teams 7-12

2014-15 CHA Women’s Hockey Preview

  College Hockey America, the little conference that could, has certainly endured its share of struggles. Starting in 2002 with just four teams, it has somehow persevered through program cuts at three of those founding programs – Findlay in 2004, Wayne State in 2011 and Niagara in 2012 – to come out stronger on the other side. The … Continue reading 2014-15 CHA Women’s Hockey Preview