With Bentley series on tap, Canisius breaking down next stretch of games into ‘smaller bites’ | College Hockey | USCHO.com

Teams return from the semester/holiday break with a chance to either use a successful first half as a springboard to more success, or put the past behind them and hope that the break marks a fresh start (photo: tomwolf.smugmug.com).

Source: With Bentley series on tap, Canisius breaking down next stretch of games into ‘smaller bites’ | College Hockey | USCHO.com

Monday 10: Michigan Tech wins GLI, Fortress Invitational a success, Gaudet coaches game No. 1000 | College Hockey | USCHO.com

Each week, USCHO.com will pick the top 10 moments from the past weekend in our Monday 10 feature (photo: Shelley M. Szwast).

Source: Monday 10: Michigan Tech wins GLI, Fortress Invitational a success, Gaudet coaches game No. 1000 | College Hockey | USCHO.com

After woeful start, Niagara gaining momentum as Purple Eagles ‘on this train ride to be the best team we can be’ | College Hockey | USCHO.com

After opening the season 0-8-1, Niagara has put together three wins in a row. It started on Nov. 16 with a big 5-3 victory over archrival Canisius, followed up by a home-and-home sweep of Mercyhurst (photo: Niagara Athletics).

Source: After woeful start, Niagara gaining momentum as Purple Eagles ‘on this train ride to be the best team we can be’ | College Hockey | USCHO.com

Despite slow start, Air Force coach Serratore not worried, says ‘this is a resilient group’ | College Hockey | USCHO.com

Air Force struggled out of the gate, going winless in the team’s first seven games, unprecedented in the 23 years coach Frank Serratore has been behind the Air Force bench (photo: Omar Phillips).

Source: Despite slow start, Air Force coach Serratore not worried, says ‘this is a resilient group’ | College Hockey | USCHO.com

Atlantic Hockey Season Preview: Upcoming 2019-20 year looks to be ‘a gauntlet within the league’ | College Hockey | USCHO.com

Tectonic shifts in membership and realignment forced Atlantic Hockey to remain progressive and innovative in its approach to college hockey, and it’s a reason why the league remains on solid footing as it approaches its third decade (photo: Niagara Athletics).

Source: Atlantic Hockey Season Preview: Upcoming 2019-20 year looks to be ‘a gauntlet within the league’ | College Hockey | USCHO.com

Reinhardt’s overtime winner early in extra session bounces Niagara, gives American International first-ever Atlantic Hockey title | College Hockey | USCHO.com

Hugo Reinhardt’s goal 1:16 into overtime led American International to its first Atlantic Hockey championship in school history, a 3-2 victory over Niagara (photo: Omar Phillips).

Source: Reinhardt’s overtime winner early in extra session bounces Niagara, gives American International first-ever Atlantic Hockey title | College Hockey | USCHO.com

Stenlund the OT hero as Niagara knocks off RIT, advances to Atlantic Hockey championship | College Hockey | USCHO.com

Niagara freshman Ludwig Stenlund’s goal 7:03 into overtime broke a scoreless tie between the Purple Eagles and Rochester Institute of Technology Tigers in the second semifinal of the Atlantic Hockey tournament (photo: Omar Phillips).

Source: Stenlund the OT hero as Niagara knocks off RIT, advances to Atlantic Hockey championship | College Hockey | USCHO.com