are back. We hope they don't mind if the streets of Columbus
don't require a police escort to get to the rink.
(19-7-2 WCHA). LAST WEEK: W vs. Bemidji State, 4-3 ot; W vs.
New Hampshire, 4-2. THIS WEEK: vs. Colorado College.
the Tigers and Pioneers won't share a charter flight to Columbus,
since one of them will be heading home Thursday night.
(19-7-2 WCHA). LAST WEEK: W vs. Colgate, 6-5; W vs. Michigan,
4-3. THIS WEEK: vs. Denver.
the Frozen Four, they get No. 3 here. In a seven-game series
on neutral ice, we think this is where they'd belong.
(18-2-2 ECACHL). LAST WEEK: W vs. Ohio State, 3-2; L at Minnesota,
don't discount the Gophers' ability to bring their game together
when it mattered most. We shouldn't be surprised with a Don
(17-10-1 WCHA). LAST WEEK: W vs. Maine, 1-0 ot; W vs. Cornell,
2-1 ot. THIS WEEK: vs. North Dakota.
Sioux put on the most impressive show of the regionals. And
to think, a month ago they were on the tournament bubble, at
(13-12-3 WCHA). LAST WEEK: W vs. Boston University, 4-0; W vs.
Boston College, 6-3. THIS WEEK: vs. Minnesota.
weekend at the East Regional, will big-game performances dog
another BC goalie in Cory Schneider?
(14-3-7 Hockey East). LAST WEEK: W vs. Mercyhurst, 5-4; L vs.
North Dakota, 6-3.
a bad way to go out," captain Eric Nystrom said after the
Wolverines squandered a three-goal lead to Colorado College
in front of a partisan crowd in Grand Rapids.
(23-3-2 CCHA). LAST WEEK: W vs. Wisconsin, 4-1; L vs. Colorado
||Imagine how many goals Sean Collins would have
scored if he wasn't "oh-for-the-century", in his words,
(15-5-4 Hockey East). LAST WEEK: W vs. Harvard, 3-2 ot; L vs.
maize-and-blue clad CCHA counterparts, the Buckeyes let a lead
slip away – OSU took a 2-0 lead against Cornell, but the
Big Red got the next three.
(21-5-2 CCHA). LAST WEEK: L vs. Cornell, 3-2.
seniors will graduate with four straight first-round exits.
But hey, they're graduating from Harvard.
(15-5-2 ECACHL). LAST WEEK: L vs. New Hampshire, 3-2 ot.
last two starts – 150:53 minutes played, 73 saves, three
goals against, two losses.
(13-6-5 Hockey East). LAST WEEK: L at Minnesota, 1-0 ot.
a month of Raider games won't produce 11 goals, but the likes
of Adam Mitchell and Jon Smyth did their best to extend the
season against CC.
(14-5-3 ECACHL). LAST WEEK: L vs. Colorado College, 6-5.
woeful performance in their last two games clouds a much-improved
(15-5-4 Hockey East). LAST WEEK: L vs. North Dakota, 4-0.
WCHA couldn't have been perfect in the tournament. The NCAA
only brings four teams to its final weekend.
(16-9-3 WCHA). LAST WEEK: L vs. Michigan, 4-1.
Catamounts were scouting their future Hockey East opponents
this weekend, they probably like their chances in the new league.
Us? We wouldn't be surprised if the River Hawks recycled Curt
Schilling's favorite saying while watching BU Friday night.
(11-10-3 Hockey East).
in Hanover, as the Big Green finish fourth at the NCAA Women's
almost knocked off the defending champs and didn't even play
their best game. They've got a catchy fight song, too.
(16-4-0 CHA). LAST WEEK: L vs. Denver, 4-3 ot.
will lose Tuomas Tarkki, but none of their top eight scorers
effort against BC may have been the best first-round game, and
it exposed the Eagles' weaknesses.
(14-7-3 Atlantic Hockey). LAST WEEK: L vs. Boston College, 5-4.