Last night was a Friday in January, so the most exciting thing happening in Fargo (N.D.) was definitely a high school hockey game. It was even more exciting than usual for professional Zamboni driver Steve Anderson.
Tomorrow, Yale takes on Quinnipiac for the NCAA men's hockey championship. Plenty has been written about the cultural differences between these two programs—for an overview of the rise and fall of Greater New Haven hockey culture, you can read Jack Dickey's excellent piece; for a good look at what Yale's like, you can…
New Hampshire high school ice hockey player invents goalie pads that look like netting. Result: Two shutouts so far. [Boston Globe]
Charlie White is just your typical kid from Michigan. By the time he was a teenager, he realized that ice hockey just wasn't for him — even though he had led his club team, the Detroit Wolverines, to a state title. No, he wanted to be much more creative on the ice. He wanted to dance.