Drake Caggiula opened the scoring of tonight’s NCAA tournament game between Michigan and North Dakota, and his reward was getting drilled by an official. That’s two minutes for roughing.
You’ve seen that goal a million times, but you probably don’t know a thing about it. Puck Daddy has the story behind Michigan hockey’s “lacrosse goal,” and man who mastered the move.
Ohio State came back to beat Michigan at home tonight after nine rounds of penalty shots that only happened because Anthony Greco forced overtime by scoring the tying goal with seven seconds remaining—off the faceoff.
A baffling mistake by Matt O’Connor allowed the puck into his own goal and blew Boston University’s 3-2 lead on Providence in the NCAA national championship game. Kyle McKenzie would eventually be credited with the goal, but O’Connor’s boner only grew bigger when minutes later he allowed the Friars’ go-ahead goal…
Down four goals with almost 13 minutes left in Saturday's NCAA hockey regional semifinal, Miami RedHawks coach Enrico Blasi went full Patrick Roy, pulling his goalie in an attempt to pull off a historic comeback against the Providence Friars. It almost worked!
It's hard to make out, but that amorphous blue thing is supposed to be a wildcat, which is the UNH men's hockey team's mascot. Thanks to some lewd UMaine fans who attended last Friday's game between the two schools, that poor wildcat has a big dick in its mouth.
Friday's announcement that the NCAA would restore Joe Paterno's 409 wins, stripped in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal, led to jubilation in State College. That included shows of support from other athletes: Penn State's men's hockey team wore stickers reading "409" on their helmets for that night's game. The…
Fighting is strictly prohibited in NCAA hockey, with penalties for engaging in fisticuffs that can reach multi-game suspensions. Still, it happens on occasion—as we saw tonight in Grand Forks when North Dakota's Stephane Pattyn dropped Minnesota-Duluth's Derik Johnson with a single punch.
The Cornell crowd held its annual teddy bear toss after Saturday night's hockey game, but when the giant teddy bear had to go over the glass—OK, there's one leg. And now, the struggle.
University of New Hampshire hockey goalie Casey DeSmith was arrested Sunday morning for allegedly assaulting a woman. Justin Loring of UNH student paper The New Hampshire talked to Durham police and got more details:
Union College defeated Minnesota for the NCAA men's hockey title tonight, and Golden Gophers fans flooded the streets of Dinkytown to fuck shit up—especially all of KMSP reporter Jonathan Choe's live shots.
While this year's NCAA basketball tournament left us mostly in want of buzzer-beaters, the NCAA hockey Frozen Four delivered as Minnesota's Justin Holl scored a shorthanded buzzer-beater past North Dakota goalie Zane Gothberg and delivered the Golden Gophers into the national championship game.
The men's varsity hockey team at the University of Ottawa has been suspended indefinitely, as the school and police investigate "allegations of serious misconduct" on the part of multiple players, reportedly involving an alleged "gang sexual assault" on a single female victim.
These two kids popped up behind a shot of North Dakota men's hockey coach Dave Hakstol Friday during a game against Minnesota Duluth, and they are outstanding college hockey fans. One's doing his best sucker fish impression while the other digs for gold.
The conclusion of Saturday's Mayor's Cup game between Union and RPI ended with an on-ice donnybrook, and players weren't the only ones fighting.
Via Puck Daddy, the video is terrible, but it represents the only proof that this actually happened. A college club goalie gave up a game-winning, 200-foot goal because he was off in the corner, just shooting the shit with some fans.
This goal's from Friday, but it's just so beautiful. Wisconsin's Tyler Barnes puts Tyler LaBate's pass between his legs and in for a goal that makes the play-by-play man screech in response. It definitely wasn't luck, though.
It only took one game for the UMass Lowell River Hawks to screw up their No. 1 ranking, and boy, did they screw it up in a stupid way.
Yale over Quinnipiac, in Pittsburgh, 4-0. That's it. Yale wins the championship. I assure you, it's been a long time coming.