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
The opening round of the 2019 Atlantic Hockey tournament saw one series go the distance, three overtime games, and the only upset in the 14 Division I series taking place last weekend (photo: Omar Phillips).
Source: After wild opening round, Atlantic Hockey tournament moves to quarterfinals | College Hockey | USCHO.com
It’s come down to this: the final week of the 2018-19 Atlantic Hockey regular season. What began 219 days ago ends on Saturday night (photo: Omar Phillips).
Source: All that is still unsettled will be decided in final week of Atlantic Hockey regular season | College Hockey | USCHO.com
Every coach preaches the importance of getting hot at the right time, and how championships are won by playing your best hockey in February and March (photo: Melissa Wade).
Source: Streaks by Bentley, American International, Sacred Heart shaking up Atlantic Hockey Standings | College Hockey | USCHO.com
RIT is coming off a pair of wins over Army West Point and will look to maintain momentum down the stretch with Arizona State coming in for a pair of games this weekend (photo: Omar Phillips).
Source: RIT looking to stay in the groove this weekend against nationally-ranked Arizona State | College Hockey | USCHO.com
Mercyhurst got off to a slow start, opening the season with just one win over the first first seven games. But since then, the Lakers have taken 19 of a possible 28 points in league play (photo: Omar Phillips).
Source: Mercyhurst’s ‘interesting group’ building towards another successful season in Atlantic Hockey | College Hockey | USCHO.com
Each week, USCHO.com will pick the top 10 moments from the past weekend in our Monday 10 feature (photo: Jim Rosvold).
Source: The Monday 10: Weekend upsets, streaks snapped, Sun Devils sweep Boston College | College Hockey | USCHO.com
Depending how you look at it, the 2018-19 season has been one of extremes for Canisius, but also one of consistency (photo: Bradley K. Olson).
Source: Canisius looking to springboard from pair of nonconference weekends against ranked teams | College Hockey | USCHO.com
Coming off a disastrous home-and-home series against Penn State, it was time for RMU hit the reset button and prepare for another Pennsylvania rival in Mercyhurst (photo: Omar Phillips).
Source: After disappointing series with Penn State, Robert Morris flips the script against Mercyhurst | College Hockey | USCHO.com
Sweeps are rare in Atlantic Hockey. So far this season, out of 19 two-game conference series, just four have resulted in a team taking all four points. Two of those sweeps belong to Air Force (photo: Omar Phillips).
Source: Despite slew of injuries, Air Force keeps flying ‘playing good, tough hockey’ | College Hockey | USCHO.com
Last Saturday, in just their fourth period of the new season, the Rochester Institute of Technology was already facing a pivotal moment (photo: Omar Phillips).
Source: RIT opens Wilson’s 20th season with road split, comes home to face Colgate in annual Brick City game | College Hockey | USCHO.com
We’re just 15 games into Atlantic Hockey league play, and all but two teams already have at least one loss (photo: Omar Phillips).
Source: After taking seven points over two weekends, Army West Point off to promising start | College Hockey | USCHO.com
It’s clear that Bruce Haas is a big college hockey fan. His new book, Great Game! D1 College Hockey: People, Places, Perspectives (Beaver’s Pond Press), is a love letter to the game, a book by a fan, for fans.
Source: Book review: ‘Great Game’ shows author Bruce Haas a passionate college hockey fan | College Hockey | USCHO.com
The Bulldogs won all four of their NCAA tournament games by one goal, including the last three by 2-1 scores.
Source: Sticking to the formula delivers a championship to Minnesota Duluth | College Hockey | USCHO.com
Jake Evans’ goal with 5.2 seconds left broke a 3-3 tie and lifted the Fighting Irish to a 4-3 win over Michigan and a spot in Saturday’s national championship game.
Source: Breaking down the last-minute goal that sent Notre Dame into the title game | Frozen Four Blog | USCHO.com College Hockey