Monthly Archives: March 2012

Gillies gone, Rawlings staying

Mark this as possibly the first time that a lack of an early departure may screw up Northeastern’s future. Rawlings has decided to stick around for his senior season (probably ¬†after failing to get much pro interest). His staying prevents … Continue reading

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Early Signings and UConn Upgrade?

Yesterday Anthony Bitetto signed a pro contract with the Nashville Predators, thus ending his time at Northeastern. While tragic to lose such a solid defenseman, it is clear that this early departure was not surprising to the coaching staff. Madigan … Continue reading

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Minor Updates

With our season over and not much going on, I will sadly have far less to talk about over the next few months. So I will likely look into other Hockey East teams as a source for inspiration to write. … Continue reading

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Sad DongHouse

Rob Dongara announced today via twitter that he wouldn’t be on the team next year. After a surprising freshman year that sparked fan love and made him a top rookie on the team, he failed to do much of anything … Continue reading

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Huskies add another 2012 recruit

Welcome aboard to Jarrett Fennell, who immediately takes the title of “most double letters in a name”. Fennell is a LD, and captain of the Aurora Sound Tigers, a highly successful Ontario Junior Hockey League (the same team that Mike … Continue reading

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Don’t start the “Fire Madigan” bandwagon yet

With the season ending in unexpected disappointment, there naturally is a discussion of where the blame must be placed. Now, a lot of blame has gone to Madigan, the staff, and already twitter abounds with the #fireMadigan hashtag. In short, … Continue reading

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The 2012-2013 Huskies

With the season having ended yesterday, and 7 months before the puck drops again at Matthews, we can only do the next logical thing: discuss next year’s team. Here’s a look at the current team, who’s gone, who’s likely to … Continue reading

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