Monthly Archives: November 2011

Recruit Update

Recruiting information has been updated so far. It’s been pretty easy to keep up with the recruits for the next few years as the USHL’s website compiles all the data conveniently. For players 3 or 4 years down the line … Continue reading

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Weekend Recap

First off, my apologies. I spent the entire break traveling around and thus was unable to use a computer to post some updates. I’ll try and do a general breakdown of the weekend now: -The big one: Northeastern downs #11 … Continue reading

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Hockey East News and Recruit Update

The big news is Merrimack College getting 1st place in both USCHO’s and USA Today’s College Hockey polls for the first time ever. it helps when previous #1 Minnesota lost and Merrimack didn’t play, but congratulations to Merrimack. Amazing to … Continue reading

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Vermont Recap

A weekend sweep. A great time to turn it around. There’s still plenty of hockey left, if they can keep up the way they’ve been playing, they could be a force to be reckoned with down the stretch. The line … Continue reading

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Saturday Preview: Vermont

After a terrific 5-2 victory of Providence last night, Northeastern faces Vermont at home. If there is any team that started off worse than us it was Vermont. Dead last in goals scored, goals against, penalty kill, and 9th in … Continue reading

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Providence Recap

Ah, a win. it’s good to see again. Scoring 5 goals, from 3 different lines is a terrific way to win. Not to mention getting a good team-wide effort to win it. Congrats to Drew Ellement on his first collegiate … Continue reading

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Friday Preview: Providence College

Tonight, Northeastern travels to Providence to play the Friars in “the tomb”. Providence stands at 3rd in Hockey East, and has been a real surprise this year. There’s not much new that needs to be said, everything that was said … Continue reading

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