Category Archives: Atlantic Hockey

  1. How to start a hockey season

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    October 30, 2012 by Casey Hart

    Luke Greiner

    My guess is head coach Ted Donato got more than he would have dared hope for out of his Harvard …
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  2. Final weekend thoughts

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    October 17, 2012 by Casey Hart

    Well, it was a fun weekend as the bulk of Division I college hockey teams began action. It only gets …
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  3. Now we’re rollin’

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    October 13, 2012 by Casey Hart

    There were 19 NCAA Division I men’s hockey games on the schedule Friday, the first night of extensive action this …
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  4. Blind reaction: Drama in Michigan

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    October 11, 2012 by Casey Hart

    Kevin Kapalka

    I could get used to the hockey-every-night thing that’s been happening this week. (It would be even better if there …
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  5. Blind reaction: Strong out of the Gate

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    October 9, 2012 by Casey Hart

    I entered the season thinking Colgate, sans super-scorers Austin Smith and Chris Wagner, still had the offense to tally a …
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  6. NCAA hockey top 20: Incremental movements

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    October 9, 2012 by Casey Hart

    There were only three real games on college hockey’s opening weekend, so not much has changed in the national top …
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  7. Blind reaction: And … we’re off

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    October 6, 2012 by Casey Hart

    Sam Marotta

    The 2012-13 Division I men’s college hockey season is officially underway. There were three official games tonight, and I saw …
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