College Hockey America Weekly Recap: November 24, 2014

Friday, Nov. 21 Mercyhurst 4, RIT 1 In their first meeting since RIT's championship game shocker back in March, the host Lakers had little issue getting revenge. Mercyhurst limited the Tigers to 13 shots and used second-period goals from Emily Janiga, Jenna Dingeldein and Caroline Luczak (the latter two on the power play) to cruise … Continue reading College Hockey America Weekly Recap: November 24, 2014

College Hockey America Weekly Recap: November 3, 2014

Friday, Oct. 31 Mercyhurst 3, Robert Morris 0 What probably would have been considered an early-season clash of the titans coming into 2014-15 lost a lot of luster on the respective teams' non-conference schedules. By the time it rolled around, the expectations were much different, and the result backed them up. Amanda Makela only needed … Continue reading College Hockey America Weekly Recap: November 3, 2014

College Hockey America Weekly Recap: October 28, 2014

Friday, Oct. 24 Clarkson 9, Syracuse 0 Syracuse's string of four straight ties ended in spectacular fashion, with the Orange getting hit by a train at defending national champ Clarkson. Genevieve Bannon had a hat trick with two assists for the Golden Knights. | Box Score | Cuse.com Recap Mercyhurst 5, Minnesota State 1 Visiting Minnesota State … Continue reading College Hockey America Weekly Recap: October 28, 2014

Five Things That Happened in the CHA, October 21st Edition

1. Parity? Pearity? Parody?: It's always tough to figure out what to make of non-conference games in a league where NCAA Tournament at-large bids aren't really a thing (except for Mercyhurst). But here's one thought: They could indicate an incredible CHA race this season. Consider... Union: Lost 1-2 and 0-2 at RIT, lost 1-4 and … Continue reading Five Things That Happened in the CHA, October 21st Edition

College Hockey America Weekly Recap: October 20, 2014

Friday, Oct. 17 St. Lawrence 8, Robert Morris 2 Courtney Vinet, whose play had been one of the few Robert Morris bright spots in the early going (especially with Rebecca Vint and Brittany Howard both missing time), was shelled by six Saints goals on 29 shots in 47 minutes. She was lifted for Jessica Dodds in the … Continue reading College Hockey America Weekly Recap: October 20, 2014

Five Things That Happened in the CHA, October 14th Edition

1. The League of Extraordinary Goaltenders: If nothing else, the CHA's reputation outside of the league - besides whatever Mercyhurst does when playing national contenders - is one of strong goaltending. That's continued so far this year with RIT's Ali Binnington being Ali Binnington (and effectively spelled by Brooke Stoddart last weekend), Nicole Hensley taking a ton of … Continue reading Five Things That Happened in the CHA, October 14th Edition

College Hockey America Weekly Recap: October 13, 2014

Friday, Oct. 10 New Hampshire 1, RIT 0 While RIT controlled most of the game, the Tigers couldn't crack Finnish UNH goalie Vilma Vaattovaara in 32 shots on goal at the Gene Polisseni Center. A primary culprit in the defeat was RIT's power play, which not only misfired on all eight attempts, but allowed a late … Continue reading College Hockey America Weekly Recap: October 13, 2014