Three Things: Cooling off :: USCHO.com Blogs :: Atlantic Hockey Blog :: U.S. College Hockey Online

Here’s a look back at the weekend that was in Atlantic Hockey: Cooling off Dan Rubin and I spent the last two weeks crowing about the league’s relatively strong start in non-conference play, so of course it was time for a letdown. After opening the season a respectable 6-7-5, AHC teams were just 0-6-2 this past weekend. Niagara managed to tie Rensselaer 3-3 and American International fought former conference foe Connecticut to a 2-2 draw.…

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Gahagen proving to be backbone to Army West Point’s early success :: USCHO.com :: U.S. College Hockey Online

What’s new in the world of Atlantic Hockey? We’ve got you covered… A little biased Recently, there’s been a national conversation on “media bias” — whether it exists and how it can affect the political landscape. I’m here to tell you that when it comes to college hockey, media bias definitely exists, and I’m exhibit “A.” I pull for Atlantic Hockey teams to win. There is no cheering allowed in the press box, so I…

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Top to bottom, Atlantic Hockey standings may be a roll of the dice :: USCHO.com :: U.S. College Hockey Online

It’s only early October, but the Atlantic Hockey schools are already planning to still be playing meaningful games next spring. Here are the AHC team capsules in predicted order of finish: 1. Rochester Institute of Technology Last Season 18-15-6, 14-9-5 (fifth) in the Atlantic Hockey. Won playoff title and lost to Quinnipiac in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Names to know Twin defensemen Chase and Brady Norrish enter their junior campaigns as co-captains…

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Atlantic Hockey schools enter year brimming with confidence :: USCHO.com :: U.S. College Hockey Online

The start of a new season always comes with optimism, and for Atlantic Hockey, hopes are sky-high after a momentous offseason. New Digs Three schools announced plans to upgrade their facilities, including a pair of upgrades that begin this season. American International is moving from the Olympia Ice Center to downtown Springfield’s MassMutual Center. Sacred Heart is also leaving its current off-campus home, the Milford Ice Pavilion in favor of the Webster Bank Arena in…

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