are No. 1 with a bullet. The last two teams at the top used
it to shoot themselves in the foot.
(0-0-0 WCHA). LAST WEEK: Off. THIS WEEK: vs. Yale, vs. Yale.
Bears lead the nation in offense (5.40 goals per game) and defense
(0-0-0 Hockey East). LAST WEEK: W at St. Lawrence, 3-2; W at
St. Lawrence, 7-2. THIS WEEK: vs. Merrimack, vs. Boston University.
were the equivalent of a great golfer getting stuck in a sand
trap. The Wildcats made a nice bunker shot Friday, but missed
the par putt vs. Niagara.
(1-0-0 Hockey East). LAST WEEK: W vs. Canisius, 8-2; L vs. Niagara,
5-2. THIS WEEK: vs. Union.
the Wolverines gave their 1953 players national championship
rings this weekend.
(3-1-0 CCHA). LAST WEEK: W vs. Northern Michigan, 2-0; W vs.
Northern Michigan, 5-2. THIS WEEK: vs. Niagara.
have to open up against the ECAC's best goalie, Yann Danis.
(0-0-0 ECAC). LAST WEEK: W vs. Guelph (Ex.), 8-0. THIS WEEK:
be the nation's most dynamic offense is much quieter without
Ben Eaves: 2 goals in 2 games.
(0-0-0 Hockey East). LAST WEEK: L vs. Notre Dame, 1-0. THIS
Dan Spang scored twice Friday night after posting just three
goals all of last year.
(1-0-0 Hockey East). LAST WEEK: W at Providence, 6-4. THIS WEEK:
followed up his Hockey East Player of the Week honors with the
game-winner vs. Holy Cross. Capraro has three goals on three
shots this year.
(1-0-0 Hockey East). LAST WEEK: W vs. Holy Cross, 2-1. THIS
WEEK: vs. Providence, at Providence.
Byron Bitz joined Ryan Vesce and Matt Moulson on the first line
in the win vs. the U.S. Under-18 Team.
(0-0-0 ECAC). LAST WEEK: W vs. U.S. Under-18 Team (Ex.), 7-2.
THIS WEEK: vs. Western Michigan, vs. Western Michigan.
early, but only four players in the nation have more points
than Kevin Ulanski (2-7—9).
(0-0-0 WCHA). LAST WEEK: Off. THIS WEEK: at Minnesota, at Minnesota.
earn a win and a tie at Clarkson in the Division III Solidarity
(0-0-0 WCHA). LAST WEEK: W at Clarkson, 3-2; T at Clarkson,
4-4 ot. THIS WEEK: vs. Minnesota State, vs. Minnesota State.
Bulldogs swept Minnesota in Minneapolis: Oct. 20-21, 1989.
(2-0-0 WCHA). LAST WEEK: W at Minnesota, 4-3 ot; W at Minnesota,
4-2. THIS WEEK: vs. Alaska Anchorage, vs. Alaska Anchorage.
Gophers set their clocks back Saturday night, they probably
tried to turn them back to last April.
(0-2-0 WCHA). LAST WEEK: L vs. Minnesota Duluth 4-3 ot; L vs.
Minnesota Duluth 4-2. THIS WEEK: vs. Denver, vs. Denver.
became the second NCAA victim of St. Francis Xavier this year,
joining Massachusetts. The X-Men went on to beat Vermont Sunday.
(0-0-0 ECAC) LAST WEEK: L vs. St. Francis Xavier (Ex.), 6-3.
THIS WEEK: vs. Holy Cross.
five-game unbeaten streak is the best in their Division I history.
(0-0-0 ECAC). LAST WEEK: W vs. Merrimack, 3-1; W vs. American
International, 6-3. THIS WEEK: at New Hampshire, vs. Bentley.
to the rumor that Ty Willingham tried to draw up a faceoff play
in Saturday's football game.
(2-2-0 CCHA). LAST WEEK: L at Colgate, 5-3; W at Colgate, 3-1.
THIS WEEK: at Alaska Fairbanks, at Alaska Fairbanks.
Huskies produced at least one point in Saturday night win against
(3-0-1 WCHA). LAST WEEK: T vs. Michigan Tech, 3-3 ot; W vs.
Michigan Tech, 6-5. THIS WEEK: vs. Princeton, vs. Princeton.
goaltender David Cacciola didn't play a minute last year, but
got the shutout in Providence's first ever scoreless tie Saturday
(0-1-1 Hockey East). LAST WEEK: L vs. Boston University, 6-4;
T at Merrimack, 0-0 ot. THIS WEEK: at Massachusetts, vs. Massachusetts.
if Bucks lose to Mercyhurst and no one makes a sound? 2,103
at Value City Arena Friday.
(3-1-0 CCHA). LAST WEEK: L vs. Mercyhurst, 3-2. THIS WEEK: vs.
Alaska Fairbanks, vs. Alaska Fairbanks.
you might want to shadow Jim Slater (7-4—11).
(2-2-0 CCHA). LAST WEEK: W vs. Western Michigan, 4-2; W at Western
Michigan, 7-3. THIS WEEK: vs. Ferris State, at Ferris State.