PHT’s 2020-21 NHL East Division predictions. NBCSN’s coverage of the 2020-21 NHL season begins with Wednesday triple header featuring Flyers-Penguins, Blackhawks-Lightning, and Blues-Avalanche.
November 25, 2020. UConn and UMass battle in a Hockey East conference game from 2019-20 (photo: Stephen Slade). Nothing about this year’s Hockey East season will feel normal, so neither then will be this year’s season preview. Yes, all 11 men’s team, as of the date of publication, are still planning on playing their seasons.
A couple of weeks ago, the NHL announced the division realignment for the 2020-21 season. The East Division looks a lot like the Metropolitan, with the Carolina Hurricanes and the Columbus Blue ...
Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus, the 2019-20 college hockey season was cut short, and we’ll never find out the champion. With brighter times ahead, I’m taking a stab at who will be good and who will be bad during the 2020-21 Hockey East season.
The Hockey East Tournament Probabilities table presents the probabilities that your team will proceed to different tournament rounds. All future unplayed conference games are assumed won/lost with a probability based upon relative team strengths.
Three officials with Hockey East ties set to officiate in the AHL this season Courtesy ESPN.com; Black women seeing growth of numbers in NCAA hockey Courtesy NHL.com; Northeastern Hockey Programs Selected to Represent USA in World University Winter Games in Switzerland Courtesy NUHuskies.com
STORRS, Conn. – The Hockey East Association announced the 2020-21 Preseason Coaches' Poll with the UConn Huskies picked to finish seventh in this year's polling of the league's head coaches. The ...
Senior Writer Jim Connelly is a senior writer and has been with USCHO.com since 1999. He is based in Boston and regularly covers Hockey East. He began with USCHO.com as the correspondent covering the MAAC, which nowadays is known as Atlantic Hockey. Each week during the season, he writes "Tuesday Morning Quarterback."
Roundtable: NCAA preseason predictions and thoughts. Another NCAA season is upon us again! TIG’s college hockey writers put their heads together to answer the most pressing questions and make some predictions going into the season.