ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Hockey is returning to the University of Alaska Anchorage after donors, including the NHL’s newest team, raised over $3 million after the program was eliminated. “It’s a great day to be a Seawolf,” UAA chancellor Sean Parnell said Tuesday when announcing the team would return to the ice for the 2022-23 […]
MILTON, Mass. (AP) — Jimmy Hayes, who won a national hockey championship at Boston College and played seven seasons in the NHL, has died. He was 31. A law enforcement official said medics on Monday were called to the Hayes home in the Boston suburbs, where he was pronounced dead. No other details were disclosed. […]
“I want people to say that I’m a good person before they say I’m a good hockey player.” Considering that Bray Crowder is preparing for his senior year with the Miami (of Ohio) Redhawks and has already attended a rookie camp with the Vegas Golden Knights, that is saying something.
Nico Blachman, professional hockey player from Aventura, Fla., shares his story of moving away from home at a young age to follow his dream of one day playing in the NHL.
Chris Berger and Griffin Loughran join five others as newcomers for Michigan State hockey.
Post University honored its athletes at the 2021 Swoopy Awards and the team of the year award was presented to the vaccination site team.
The Lake Forest College men’s hockey program has seen plenty of success in Patrick Kelliher’s seven years as head coach. However, there will be a new face at the helm beginning next season when Kelliher’s top assistant, Sean O’Malley, takes over the head coaching position.
The LPGA Tour chose Princeton athletic director Mollie Marcoux Samaan as its commissioner Tuesday, the second woman to lead the tour since its formation in 1950. Marcoux Samaan succeeds Mike Whan, who announced in January he was resigning and then took over as CEO of the U.S. Golf Association. She inherits a tour that made […]
The University of Maine has found its next head hockey coach announcing that Ben Barr will become the fifth coach in school history to lead the program.
After rallying back from a 3-0 third-period deficit in the national semifinals, the Hope College Flying Dutchmen kept their momentum going by beating Arkansas in the American College Hockey Association Division 3 national championship.