A way-too-early look at possible scenarios for the 2020-21 NCAA women’s hockey season

It's been nearly three months since the COVID-19 pandemic brought a devastating ending to the 2019-20 NCAA women's hockey season—and plenty of other winter and spring sports, too. We are well into the the offseason now, but still, much remains up in the air about how and if next season will actually be played. While … Continue reading A way-too-early look at possible scenarios for the 2020-21 NCAA women’s hockey season

ECAC foes Quinnipiac and Princeton share a bus ride and a couple of wins

Travel partners are a long-established tradition in the ECAC. Princeton and Quinnipiac are a set pair; they go on the road together against the same teams and host the same teams for their home games. After some last-minute bus trouble for the Bobcats on Friday, though, they gave the term "travel partners" an all-new meaning, … Continue reading ECAC foes Quinnipiac and Princeton share a bus ride and a couple of wins

A thoughtful leader and high-reward defender, Princeton captain Claire Thompson continues to flourish

Whenever Princeton head coach Cara Morey and her staff are drawing up a new drill for practice, they take the same approach. They devise the best strategy for what they want to achieve. They figure out what they want their players to do for those 10 or 20 minutes on the ice. They get it … Continue reading A thoughtful leader and high-reward defender, Princeton captain Claire Thompson continues to flourish

Frozen Four Notebook: Cornell and Clarkson fall in the semifinals

Both ECAC teams battled hard in the Frozen Four semifinals, but couldn't come away with a win. Cornell fell in the first semifinal to Minnesota, 2-0, and Clarkson lost to Wisconsin in the second game, 5-0. Both games were closer than the shutout score lines would indicate, particularly for Cornell. Here are some quick thoughts … Continue reading Frozen Four Notebook: Cornell and Clarkson fall in the semifinals

Game Day Skate: 2019 NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals Edition

#1 Wisconsin (32-4-2) vs. Syracuse (13-21-3) The Badgers have had a great postseason so far, rebounding from a lackluster end to the regular season with four straight wins in the WCHA Tournament to take home the conference championship. If the last meeting between these teams is any indication, Wisconsin should as expected be the dominant … Continue reading Game Day Skate: 2019 NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals Edition