Monthly Archives: October 2013

Game day Preview: St. Lawrence University

This weekend, the Northeastern University Huskies travel to North Country to face off against St. Lawrence of the ECAC Hockey League. Much like Holy Cross was a step up in competition from Alabama-Huntsville, St. Lawrence is a step up from … Continue reading

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The Huskies thus far

After 4 regular season games, Northeastern is 4-0, in addition to to their exhibition win over Dalhousie. During this timeframe, Northeastern has an average of 5 goals per game, 1.5 goals against, and a power play with a 32% conversion … Continue reading

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Game day Preview: Alabama-Huntsville

This weekend, Northeastern faces off against the University of Alabama-Huntsville Chargers, from the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. Here are the lines:¬†https://twitter.com/wrbbsports/status/388785447843155968/photo/1   Nothing really surprising. Gunn must be injured or in trouble, because otherwise he’s a top-4 defenseman here. Schecter … Continue reading

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Game Recap: Dalhousie University

First things first, it’s important to remember a few things. This is an exhibition game, and obviously has no impact on the season. Secondly, it’s important to note that Dalhousie only had 16 skaters, 2 of whom left the game … Continue reading

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Game day preview: Dalhousie University

Hockey is only an hour away! Enjoy the hour of unbridled joy right now before you descend to screaming and throwing things at every missed shot, poor call, and weak goal. This is an exhibition game, which means it has … Continue reading

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Hockey East Previews: #7 and #6

#7: Merrimack College Warriors Reasons for Optimism: Merrimack returns the most offense of all Hockey East teams (with 91% of their offense returning), including their top 10 scorers. Merrimack also has an excellent goaltender in Sam Marotta, who had a … Continue reading

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