The November issue of New England Hockey Journal is here! I looked at top Division 1 players from each of the region’s six states in this month’s “Original Six” feature (p. 6).
This month, our cover stories feature three new Division 3 programs starting up in the region and an exclusive Q&A with longtime NHL player Jeremy Roenick while also debuting a revamped college section.
Harvard and Dartmouth played to an exciting contest on Saturday night at Bright-Landry Hockey Center, responding to each others’ attack en route to a 3-3 stalemate to open the season. Read my game story on SB Nation College Hockey.
No. 6 Boston University ran circles around its hosts, scoring twice in the middle period en route to a 4-1 victory over Providence on Friday night at Schneider Arena. The Terriers held PC to three shots in the third period, holding that advantage 41-18 for the game. I wrote about the effort on SB Nation College Hockey.
Check out the online version of my 2014-15 Hockey East season preview for the New England Hockey Journal, which originally appeared in the October issue of the magazine. My story features UConn’s first season in the league and a reinvented approach for Boston College, plus capsules on all 12 Hockey East teams.
The story of Boston University’s early success has been offense, and one Jack Eichel who’s garnering some well-deserved attention.
The North Chelmsford, Mass. native’s goal and two assists helped the Terriers to a 6-4 win over the U.S. Under-18 Team in a Saturday night exhibition game at Agganis Arena, which I wrote about on SB Nation College Hockey.
Read my SB Nation College Hockey game story on No. 9 UMass Lowell’s 6-3 win over Quinnpiac on Friday. The River Hawks found the back of the net four times in the third period en route to their second win in as many games to open 2014-15.
I discussed the 2014-15 Hockey East season with co-hosts Justin Soderberg and Greg Celona on the Mill City Sports Live hockey preview show on Oct. 11.
My segment begins at 1:01:46. Click the logo below to listen to the show: