thoughts of a third straight title for a moment, we wonder:
will Matt Carle or Gabe Gauthier wrest the Hobey from Marty
Sertich next season?
forget your post-playoff round of golf when your town gets two
feet of snow as soon as you get home.
to love this about the Sioux: no fan base turns a game into
a costume party quite like those from Grand Forks.
challenge for the young Cornell defensemen is to match the reliability
provided by departed seniors Jeremy Downs and Charlie Cook.
a Gopher fan has started counting the days to the beginning
of the Phil Kessel Era.
BC's MVP in this year's NCAA Tournament was Humanitarian
winner Sarah Carlson.
(14-3-7 Hockey East).
lose 10 seniors, but Jeff Tambellini (57 points) and T.J. Hensick
(55 points) should be back.
can replace the likes of Preston Callander and Sean Collins
as well as they did Mike Ayers and Steve Saviano, the Wildcats
will have no worries.
(15-5-4 Hockey East).
20 players who appeared in more than 20 games for the Buckeyes
in 2004-05, only two were seniors.
by the contributions from Lederman, Reese, and Grumet-Morris,
Harvard Crimson might suggest that Ted Donato recruit
the Israel Junior A Hockey Association.
have been to the final the last two even years. Bodes well for
(13-6-5 Hockey East).
Vaughan lost nine contributing seniors off this year's club.
He's hoping that right-hand man Stan Moore doesn't also leave.
a bad end of the year for the Terriers, and longtime SID Ed
Carpenter suffered a heart attack shortly after the season.
Ed's doing well, though, and has the best wishes of all of college
(15-5-4 Hockey East).
Midwest Regional (Green Bay) and the Frozen Four (Milwaukee)
will both be played in America's Dairyland next season. No pressure,
last season in the ECACHL brought to mind some glory days. They'll
be able to forge new memories in the fall, when they compete
in Hockey East.
(including us) loved the River Hawks heading into last season,
and almost that entire team will be back.
(11-10-3 Hockey East).
built on a close miss in 2004 to end an NCAA Tournament drought;
we think the Big Green will follow suit in 2006.
have two wishes for 2005-06: repeat as CHA playoff champions,
and hope it's not the swan song for their conference.
only need to replace two regulars from this year's team, but
one of them is 2005 CCHA Player of the Year Tuomas Tarkki.
nemesis Quinnipiac out of the picture, who will be the Lakers'
biggest Atlantic Hockey challenger?
(14-7-3 Atlantic Hockey).