You can’t make this stuff up
We’ve enjoyed the story line of the #rileybowl for four seasons now. On 13 occasions so far, Jack Riley, a redshirt senior forward for Mercyhurst, has faced off against Army West Point, coached by his dad, Brian Riley. Sophomore Brendan Riley also players for the Lakers. This past weekend’s
Source: Atlantic Hockey: Three Things Jan. 28 – USCHO.com Blogs :: Atlantic Hockey Blog
A rash of injuries has made it difficult for the Falcons, who so far have lost 117 man-games to injury, including Jordan Himley and Tyler Ledford, who were both hurt over the Jan. 12-13 weekend in a pair of wins at RIT (photo: Omar Phillips).
Source: This Week in Atlantic Hockey: Air Force hoping its best hockey is yet to come | USCHO.com
ROCHESTER, NY — Tonight turned out to be 60 minutes of garbage time for Rochester Institute of Technology. The Tigers’ Erik Brown scored both goals to lead RIT to a 2-0 win over first-place Canisius to earn a weekend split with the Golden Griffins. Both of Brown’s goals were from in close range, and that’s
Source: Brown’s two goals push Tigers past Golden Griffins, 2-0 – USCHO.com College Hockey Game Recaps
Three things from the weekend that was in Atlantic Hockey: Good goalies As is often the case, goaltending was the story in most of five series played this weekend. • Air Force’s Billy Christopolous allowed just one goal on 56 shots to lead The Falcons to a sweep of Rochester Institute of Technology. On Friday,
Source: Three Things: Good goalies – USCHO.com Blogs :: Atlantic Hockey Blog
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Air Force came into this weekend’s series at Rochester Institute of Technology already banged up, with several players out of the lineup, including senior all-star defenseman Phil Boje. The bad news is that two more seniors left tonight’s game with injuries. The good news is that the Falcons were able to overcome
Source: Christopolous’ strong net play leads Air Force over RIT, 2-1 – USCHO.com College Hockey Game Recaps
Thanks to some scheduling quirks, Robert Morris is in the middle of a stretch where it will play one game in 19 days.
Source: This Week in Atlantic Hockey: Robert Morris looking to find consistency through quirky schedule | USCHO.com
Three things from the weekend that was in Atlantic Hockey: No threepeat It was close, but Robert Morris came up short in its bid to win its third consecutive Three Rivers Classic title. The Colonials easily handled Lake Superior State 5-0 in the semifinals, but were edged by No. 11 Providence, 2-1, in the championship
Source: Three Things: No Threepeat – USCHO.com Blogs :: Atlantic Hockey Blog
Providence has to be considered the favorite, but Robert Morris has sent the home crowd home happy with title wins in 2012, 2015 and 2016, knocking off a ranked team each time.
Source: Holiday Tournament Preview: Three Rivers Classic | USCHO.com
Bouncing back If there’s a best time to pull out of a slump in college hockey, doing it right before the holiday break is right up there. Coaches will tell you any time is right to snap a losing streak, but ending the first semester on a high note certainly helps. Another great time to
Source: Three Things: Bouncing Back – USCHO.com Blogs :: Atlantic Hockey Blog