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Mitchell girls hockey opens season with flurry of goals, aims to improve upon third-place finish last season

If early-season successes are any indication, it's likely to be another season near the top of the standings for the Mitchell Marlins girls varsity hockey team. The Marlins, who have been practicing since early October, are already 4-0, and they have no designs on slowing down. Through four games, Mitchell has scored 39 goals and surrendered just seven, and experience likely has a great deal to do with it.
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Hockey Bees humbled by West Genesee in opening week

ONONDAGA COUNTY – There was no gentle way for the Baldwinsville ice hockey team to move into the 2021-22 season. Instead of games against overmatched opposition, the Bees instead met up with long-time rival West Genesee last Tuesday night at Shove Park in Camillus. And while the effort never waned, B’ville was overwhelmed in a […]
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Cottonwood County Citizen Online

Girls hockey falls Saturday

Minnehaha United scored three times in each period Saturday afternoon, surging to a 9-3 win over the Windom Area girls hockey team in St. Paul. Windom Area had closed the deficit to 5-3 early in the second period, but United scored four unanswered goals over the last 30 minutes of the game to claim the win.
The Daily News Online

H.S. HOCKEY: Batavia/Notre Dame United splits a couple of games up north

The Batavia/Notre Dame United Hockey team split two matchups in the North Country this weekend, moving its record to 2-1 on the year. United began the weekend with a tough, 3-2 overtime loss to Canton on Friday and followed that up with a 13-8 win over Potsdam. In Friday’s loss,...

Santen relishes leadership role on Morristown hockey team

MORRISTOWN - Harry Santen holds a leadership role for the Morristown hockey team that reminds one of the old E.F. Hutton commercials of the 1970s. “When Harry talks everyone listens,” said Morristown coach Bobby Jones, harkening back to the punch line from those aged Hutton ads. “Whether it’s in the locker room or on the ice, his teammates are drawn to him. They respect what he says.”
Boston Globe

Takeaways from the return of the Reagan Hockey Summit after a one-year COVID hiatus

MARLBOROUGH — The annual Garrett Reagan Summit made its return to the New England Sports Center on Sunday after a one-year hiatus because of the COVID pandemic. Sponsored by the Massachusetts State Hockey Coaches Association, the annual event — which began in 2008 and is named for the late longtime boys’ hockey coach at Hingham — serves as the unofficial faceoff for the high school hockey season.

Michigan hockey splits weekend series with Minnesota

It was a tail of two different games, as the Michigan hockey team split the series with Minnesota over the weekend. In a series that figured to be a high scoring affair, it was the Golden Gophers that got off to a strong start in front of the opposing fans at Yost Ice Arena. Michigan got behind early on Friday night and couldn’t dig itself out of a five-goal deficit. Minnesota came out and threw haymakers at Michigan from the opening period. The Wolverines’ defense nearly got burned a couple of times on some bad pinches until it finally hurt them in 2-on-1 transition leading to the game’s opening goal from Minnesota’s Brock Faber.

Griffins navigated through up-and-down weekend

What a weekend to forget for the Grand Rapids Griffins. No, really: The Griffins had orders to forget their affairs by head coach Ben Simon. Coaching in the American Hockey League requires intuition, and Simon had to lean on instincts nurtured by captaining Notre Dame, grinding through an 11-season pro career, and putting in 12 campaigns behind various benches.

UConn men’s hockey’s upcoming series with AIC postponed

The first half of UConn men’s hockey’s season is over earlier than expected. The team’s upcoming series with AIC, set for Thursday and Saturday, has been postponed due to COVID-19 issues within the Huskies’ program. Their two games this past weekend against Merrimack were also called off due to the outbreak of the virus. Potential make-up dates for all four games are to be determined.

U.S. Ice Hockey Athlete Madeline Wethington Accepts Public Warning

USADA announced today that Madeline Wethington, of Edina, Minn., an athlete in the sport of ice hockey, has accepted a public warning for failing to obtain a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) prior to her use of an otherwise prohibited medication. Wethington’s violation resulted from her use of spironolactone, a topical prescription medication, which she used under the care of a dermatologist for a diagnosed medical condition. Wethington, 21, declared the use of her medication on her doping control form at the time of sample collection and subsequently obtained a TUE through the established process under international rules authorizing future use of this medication in sport.

Ice and heat: SU men’s ice hockey gets off to a smokin’ hot start

With 11 games already on the books and an impressive 8-2-1 record, the SU Men’s NCAA ice hockey is showing their conference how to mix fire and ice. Their schedule has included games at SUNY Canton, and at Chatham, and home games against Nazareth, Utica, Manhattanville, Neumann, Tufts, and Lebanon Valley. The start of the season has been nothing shy of great raising the expectations of the players as much as the fans. Eric Olson, a sophomore business administration major and center on the ice, said the team’s goals include winning the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) title, UCHC [United Collegiate Hockey Conference], “and to hopefully compete for the national championship.”

‘Please help our coach!’ Hockey coach’s life saved by his team

Stephen Gillis loves hockey. The game has always been a part of his life. From his years as a player all the way through to today where he coaches minor hockey. He’s a mentor. A friend to many. And in 2018, he nearly lost his life. “I’ve lived with Crohn’s...

2022 Upper Deck National Hockey Card Day Trading Cards

2022 Upper Deck National Hockey Card Day marks the 13th year for the popular promotion. As usual, collectors in the United States and Canada can grab a free pack at their local participating shop. 2022 Upper Deck National Hockey Card Day Set Details. Featuring different options for US and Canada...

Kent State Says Field Hockey Coach’s Gender Bias Suit Meritless

A lawsuit by a former Kent State University women’s field hockey coach alleging the school systematically underpays women should be dismissed, because her duties were too different from those of the male coaches she says were paid more, the university said. Lead plaintiff Kathleen Wiler alleges in the proposed class...

6-year-old boy leads his favorite hockey team to victory with passionate pre-game speech

A six-year-old hockey fan from Ontario has become an international star after giving a rousing pre-game speech to his favorite hockey team. Young Callan Perks—or Coach Cal as he has come to be known since his impressive speech late last month—won the opportunity to address OHL team Peterborough Petes after taking part in the team's Next Gen contest. Speaking to CTV News Toronto, the youngster revealed that when his mom told him about the chance to audition for the event, he just "had to win" the chance to sign the single-day contract to shadow the Petes head coach for a day and experience what it's like to be part of a professional hockey league.

Vernon hockey team breaks (pizza) bread with Merritt opponents

It was a small gesture that went a long way. The Vernon Boston Pizza Junior Vipers’ U11 Development C minor hockey team hosted the Merritt Centennials’ U11 C squad for a hockey game and post-game pizza Saturday, Dec. 4. The Junior Vipers’ players helped set up the pizza dinner in...
Union Leader

UNH hockey team still struggling to score goals

UNH (7-9-1, 3-7-1 Hockey East) was 3-0-1 in overtime contests and 6-2-1 at home before falling to the Terriers (6-9-2, 5-5-2) on Saturday. “I’m proud of the way our guys played but when you score two goals on the weekend, it’s tough to win hockey games and I think that’s been our issue all year,” Wildcats coach Mike Souza said after Saturday’s loss. “There’s no secret there.”
New Britain Herald

Four area players represent on all-CCC field hockey

Four area players were represented on the 2021 all-Central Connecticut Conference field hockey team, the league announced Monday. On Newington, Hailey Gaydos was the lone representative for the Nor’easters. Stats for Gaydos and the Newington team were unavailable at time of publication. On the season, the Nor’easters finished 6-10. For...
Inside Nova

Yorktown wins in ice hockey

The Yorktown High School club ice hockey team nipped McLean, 3-2, in recent action to remain undefeated. Scoring goals for Yorktown were Blair Barta, Jacob Kirshner and Travis Sagusti. Assists went to Josh Litterst and Dillon Segal. Yorktown goalie Jake Levy made 24 saves in the victory.