Boston U. Goalie Blows Late NCAA Title Game Lead With Huge Boner

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… »4/11/15 10:09pm4/11/15 10:09pm


Hockey's Frozen Four In Tampa: Where America Came To Thaw Out Its Frigid Heart (And Wear Shorts Outside)

TAMPA—Sometime around midnight after the Frozen Four final, I found myself a few blocks away from the Tampa Times Forum, jumpstarting a former Ferris State player's car under the distant watchful gaze of a hockey writer who was afraid I was going to be beaten or murdered. »4/10/12 4:50pm4/10/12 4:50pm

Boston College Is Your NCAA Hockey Champion, Though This Fan Passed Out Before The Game Was Over

Boston College dispatched Ferris State 4-1 to win tonight's NCAA Division I hockey championship in Tampa, and we wish the Eagles and their fans a hearty congratulations on their third title in five years. We don't know whether to congratulate or be concerned for this fan, though, who appears to have passed out… »4/07/12 10:07pm4/07/12 10:07pm

What Do The Frozen Four And Hepatitis B Have In Common?

This year's Frozen Four has a lot going for it. For the first time ever, it's being held in the South: Tampa, to be exact. And one side of the bracket features two untraditional hockey powers: Ferris State and Union College. Do you even know what state those schools are in? In this week's excerpt from Slate's Hang… »4/05/12 3:45pm4/05/12 3:45pm

Cornell Defender Sends Her Team To The Frozen Four On Dazzling Goal In Triple Overtime

Lauriane Rougeau sent Boston University packing, and the season high home crowd of 2,143 Cornell fans into hysterics, when she slipped this one past the goalie to end what amounted to two full games of hockey played. Cornell won the wild game, that featured a three-goal-comeback by each team, 8-7. »3/11/12 11:30am3/11/12 11:30am