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Marissa Cutry took an uncommon path to become Maryland field hockey’s captain

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Gamble pays off with Hockey Night in Vegas

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Rebuilding Wolf Pack Turn To Whitney For Leadership

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Blues lose to Panthers as season-opening run ends at four

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Newfound senior recently ranked 3rd best defensive field hockey player in NH

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Ice Age: A visual history of hockey in the Magic City

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Badgers men's hockey gameday: Follow Game 6 vs. Northern Michigan
ASHWAUBENON — The University of Wisconsin men's hockey team had just one winning streak of four games or more in the previous three seasons, but reaching that level is a possibility Friday night against Northern Michigan at the Resch Center (7 p.m., no TV, wcha.tv pay stream, 1310 AM). The Badgers carry a three-game winning streak into the non-conference game. They had a five-game run last season; their longest in 2015-16 was three games and in 2014-15, two games   Read More ...
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Badgers men's hockey notes: A reunion for former Wisconsin skater Adam Rockwood
ASHWAUBENON — Some extra notes before the No. 6 University of Wisconsin men's hockey team plays Northern Michigan at the Resch Center on Friday (7 p.m., no TV, wcha.tv pay stream, 1310 AM): Adam Rockwood said he's not the type to dwell on things. There was one thing, however, that didn't sit well with the forward months after his departure from UW   Read More ...
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Tim Davison previews the Badgers men's hockey series against Northern Michigan
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Badgers men's hockey preview: Wisconsin plays Northern Michigan at Resch Center
No. 6 UW vs. Northern Michigan When, where: 7 p.m. today and 5 p.m. Saturday, Resch Center, Ashwaubenon. Radio: Today — 1310 AM; Saturday — 1070 AM, with Brian Posick and Ian Perrin. Coach: Tony Granato, 24-16-1 in his second season at UW and overall. Player to watch: Sophomore center Trent Frederic is one of two Badgers players who have at least one point in four of five games (Will Johnson is the other)   Read More ...
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Britain’s Ice Hockey Icon Wonders, What If?
Photo The International Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame inducted a procession of hockey greats in May. The honorees included the former N.H.L. stars Joe Sakic, Teemu Selanne, Saku Koivu and Uwe Krupp as well as Angela Ruggiero, one of the most decorated players in women’s hockey. But no one made as memorable an entrance as Tony Hand, who stepped toward the podium that night in Cologne, Germany, dressed in traditional Scottish Highland regalia — an argyle jacket, knee-high socks and a kilt   Read More ...
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Maryland field hockey is clicking at the right time with the regular season almost over
Throughout the entirety of the season, Maryland field hockey has harped on the budding youth of its roster. In some cases, the inexperience became an obstacle—like against Michigan, when some of the players had never played in an overtime game in their careers, limiting coach Missy Meharg’s rotation options. But in most other instances, its been a source of inspiration going forward   Read More ...
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Badgers men's hockey: Wisconsin plays Northern Michigan at Resch Center
No. 6 UW vs. Northern Michigan. When, where: 7 p.m. today and 5 p.m. Saturday, Resch Center, Ashwaubenon. Radio: Today — 1310 AM; Saturday — 1070 AM, with Brian Posick and Ian Perrin. Coach: Tony Granato, 24-16-1 in his second season at UW and overall. Player to watch: Sophomore center Trent Frederic is one of two Badgers players who have at least one point in four of five games (Will Johnson is the other)   Read More ...
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Badgers men's hockey: With confidence, consistency, Max Zimmer eyes a breakthrough
ASHWAUBENON — Max Zimmer thought he was going to have a quiet day around the apartment after he completed what his coach called his best weekend with the University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team. Not so much, it turned out. He’s able to look back at things with a chuckle now, but the knock on the door from a neighbor whose meal-to-be was in flames on the stove last Sunday had a little bit of panic in it   Read More ...
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Gophers men's hockey returns to Grand Forks after long absence
On North Dakota hockey game nights, the line forms outside the door at Joe Black's Bar & Grill in Grand Forks. Fans wearing green and white jerseys come for the 154-inch projection screen, the sound system with the game broadcast, and the air horn behind the bar that bellows after each Fighting Hawks goal. But the only sound was silence on April 10, 2014, when Justin Holl scored with 0   Read More ...
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Michigan renames ice rink to honor former hockey coach Red Berenson
Michigan has found the perfect way to honor recently retired hockey coach Red Berenson. The Wolverines announced Thursday that they are renaming the ice rink at Yost Arena after Berenson, who coached the men’s hockey team for 33 seasons before retiring in April. “Red Berenson is a legend in the sport of ice hockey, a tremendous educator of young men and someone who has made a significant impact at the University of Michigan,” Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel said in a statement   Read More ...
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Net Front Presence - Exploring Alexander Steen's return to the lineup
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Tickets go on sale Dec. 7 for NCAA men’s hockey West Regional
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Tickets will go on sale Dec. 7 at 10 a.m. for the 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey West Regional at Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls.   Read More ...
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Tickets go on sale Dec. 7 for NCAA men’s hockey West Regional
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Tickets will go on sale Dec. 7 at 10 a.m. for the 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey West Regional at Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls.   Read More ...
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U-M to name rink at Yost Ice Arena for retired hockey coach Red Berenson
Michigan hockey coach Red Berenson speaks with the Free Press after announcing his retirement Monday, April 10, 2017. Video by George Sipple / DFP Videolicious. The University of Michigan will rename the ice rink at Yost Ice Arena for long-time coach Red Berenson, who retired at the end of last season. The U-M Board of Regents approved the move during Thursday's board meeting   Read More ...
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UM names Yost ice rink after former coach Red Berenson
The ice rink at Yost Arena is now the “Red Berenson Rink” as the University of Michigan Regents on Thursday approved the naming at its monthly meeting. Berenson coached Michigan hockey for 33 seasons and retired after last season. “Red Berenson is a legend in the sport of ice hockey, a tremendous educator of young men and someone who has made a significant impact at the University of Michigan,” Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel said in a statement   Read More ...
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Field Hockey: 2017 state playoff bracket, schedule
AURORA | Bracket and schedule for the 2017 state field hockey playoffs. Aurora team bold and uppercased: Courtney Oakes is Aurora Sentinel Sports Editor. Reach him at 303-750-7555 or sports@aurorasentinel.com. Twitter: @aurorasports. FB: Aurora Prep Sentinel. FIELD HOCKEY: 2017 STATE PLAYOFF BRACKET. 2017 STATE FIELD HOCKEY PLAYOFFS. Quarterfinals (Oct. 20. -21) Oct. 20 No. 6 Denver East at No. 4 Kent Denver, 4 p   Read More ...
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Wolf Pack Entrusted With Developing 18-Year-Old Chytil For The Rangers
There are times when he effortlessly cuts trails in the ice at the XL Center that it’s hard to believe Filip Chytil is so young. More than likely, most 18-year-old hockey players in the United States are seniors in high school, attending prep school or are college freshmen. Not Chytil. The Wolf Pack have an 18-year-old that’s on a much different career path, one the New York Rangers envision to be a major component of their future for the next decade   Read More ...
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UNH hockey notebook: Top line leads clicking offense as Wildcats aim to keep streak alive
By NICK STOICO Monitor staff DURHAM – The University of New Hampshire men’s hockey team potted 10 goals during its weekend sweep of Colgate at the Whittemore Center, bringing the Wildcats’ season total to 17 through four games. That’s six more goals than UNH could muster through four contests last season. It puts a smile on Head Coach Dick Umile’s face   Read More ...
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NHL 2017-18 hat trick tracker
The Kings' Adrian Kempe, who had no points heading into the game, scored his first career hat trick on Oct. 18 vs. the Canadiens.   Read More ...
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BC-HKW--Wilma Rudolph Courage Award
,57 US women's hockey team gets Wilma Rudolph Courage Award Eds: APNewsNow. The U.S. women's hockey team received the Wilma Rudolph Courage Award on Wednesday night at the Salute to Women in Sports hosted by the Women's Sports Foundation. In April in Plymouth, Michigan, the hockey team won its fourth consecutive world title and seventh in eight tries. NEW YORK (AP) — The U   Read More ...
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Badgers women's hockey: Early in her Wisconsin career, Kristen Campbell reaches a milestone
The closing of one door for Kristen Campbell was a highly emotional and uncertain time. The opening of another with the top-ranked University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team has been a success so far. Campbell was one of the dozens left out in the cold when North Dakota announced last March that it was dropping its women’s hockey program in a series of budget-cutting moves   Read More ...
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Deutschland Cup roster offers early peek at U.S. men's Olympic hockey lineup
In a glimpse of what the U.S. men’s hockey roster will look like at the Pyeongchang Olympics without NHL players, former NHL standouts Brian Gionta, Ryan Malone and Mark Stuart were among the 29 players chosen to play for the U.S. select team in the Deutschland Cup tournament next month in Augsburg, Germany. In choosing the Olympic roster, Team USA executives will select among Americans who are playing in Europe and Russia, players who are signed to American Hockey League contracts and a small number of college players   Read More ...
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Badgers men's hockey: Former Wisconsin players Robbie Earl, Tom Gilbert getting Olympic consideration
A pair of former University of Wisconsin men's hockey players are among the European-based pro players under consideration for the U.S. Olympic team. By being included on the 29-man U.S. Men's National Select Team roster for next month's Deutschland Cup, forward Robbie Earl and defenseman Tom Gilbert are part of the group that USA Hockey has in the mix to play in Pyeongchang, South Korea, in February   Read More ...
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Ranking how worried NHL's five worst teams should be
USA TODAY Sports asked NHL players to sketch their team logos at NHL/NHLPA media tour in New York on Sept. 7. Here are the results. USA TODAY Sports. Two weeks into the 2017-18 NHL season, one team has no wins and five have one. While a slow start won’t bury a team’s playoff chances, it makes for anxious times. Ranking how worried those teams with at least five games played should be   Read More ...
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Marissa Cutry took an uncommon path to become Maryland field hockey’s captain
Marissa Cutry knew she didn’t want to study anything ordinary in college. She had taken some art and design classes in high school, and she wanted to combine her interests in those areas by studying architecture. But Cutry was also recruited to play field hockey in college, and it was tough to find schools that would let her pursue both passions   Read More ...
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Maryland field hockey knocks off No. 3 Virginia, 5-4
Maryland field hockey took down No. 3 Virginia on Tuesday, scoring five unanswered goals and heading home with a 5-4 win. Freshman Kyler Greenwalt led the way with two goals, and No. 12 Maryland’s defense held the Cavaliers without a shot for the final 30 minutes of the first half, a stretch during which the Terps scored four times. Virginia made a late charge, scoring two goals in the final three minutes, but it wasn’t enough   Read More ...
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Photos of the day: Oct. 16-17
Nashville Predators center Colton Sissons (10) collides with Colorado Avalanche goalie Semyon Varlamov, of Russia, as Sissons scores a goal in the second period of an NHL hockey game Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, in Nashville, Tenn.   Read More ...
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Lightning winger J.T. Brown's raised fist leads to training shift with Tampa cops
It didn’t take long for the death threats to arrive. Right after Lightning winger J.T. Brown put his fist in the air during the national anthem earlier this month, he said he received threats over social media. Brown is the first NHL player to demonstrate against racial injustice during the national anthem, and the treatment he’s received is no different than the many NFL players who have protested racial injustice during the anthem   Read More ...
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Sports Tonight: Vincent Trocheck offering sweet nothings to hockey fans
At some point in their careers, many athletes hope to end up on a box of Wheaties, or at least Frosted Flakes or Rice Krispies. An appearance on a cereal box generally acknowledges a great accomplishment in sports. Having just turned 24 and coming off a 23-goal season, Florida Panthers All-Star center Vincent Trocheck has a lot of time to accomplish something that might warrant a cereal box appearance   Read More ...
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Badgers men's hockey: Cooperative development for defensemen Peter Tischke, Josh Ess
In matching a returning player with a rookie on each of the three defensive pairs that the University of Wisconsin men's hockey team has used this season, there has been a sense of mentorship in place. With junior Peter Tischke and freshman Josh Ess, however, there's plenty coming from the newcomer's side, too, Badgers associate head coach Mark Osiecki said. Tischke and Ess were plus-5 last weekend — plus-3 at Boston College and plus-2 at Merrimack — and share the team season lead at plus-6   Read More ...
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Badgers men's hockey: After backstopping road sweep, Kyle Hayton named Big Ten's first star
Kyle Hayton stopped 70 of the 73 shots he faced last weekend, and the University of Wisconsin men's hockey goaltender was named the Big Ten Conference's first star for his effort. Hayton led the weekly awards after helping the Badgers to victories at Boston College and Merrimack. In the 4-1 victory over Merrimack on Saturday, Hayton made 31 of his 41 saves in the final two periods   Read More ...
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Badgers men's hockey: Committed recruits share Team Wisconsin connection
The two forwards who committed to the University of Wisconsin men's hockey team last week have experience playing with each other and another member of the group of future UW players. Jack Gorniak and Josh Bohlin are both products of Team Wisconsin, which competes before and after the high school season. They played together on the 2015-16 under-16 team that also featured defenseman Ty Emberson, who's now with the USA Hockey National Team Development Program   Read More ...
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Saturday’s Maine women’s college roundup: Bates tops No. 5 Tufts in field hockey
LEWISTON — Emma Patterson redirected a pass by Taylor Lough past Tufts goalie Emily Polinski in the 12th minute, and Bates got its second straight win over a top-10 team, defeating the No. 5 Jumbos 1-0 in a NESCAC field hockey game Saturday. It was the third consecutive win overall for the Bobcats (6-5, 3-4), who got a 2-1 overtime win against second-ranked Babson on Tuesday   Read More ...
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Saturday’s girls’ roundup: Falmouth ousts Marshwood from field hockey playoffs
SOUTH BERWICK — Grace Soucy scored in the second overtime as ninth-seeded Falmouth earned a 2-1 victory over No. 8 Marshwood in a Class A South field hockey prelim Saturday. Falmouth (7-8) led 1-0 at halftime after a goal by Stone Carmichael about seven minutes into the game. Carmichael also assisted on the winning goal. Madison Person tied it for Marshwood (7-8) midway through the second half   Read More ...
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Field hockey: Freeport primed for postseason breakthrough
FREEPORT — Maya Bradbury has always seen the potential in Freeport High’s field hockey team. Now, as a senior link, she’s seeing it fulfilled. “It’s pretty amazing,” she said at a recent practice. “Last year, we did pretty well. But this year, we have a ton of new freshmen and it’s really been pretty cool to see the team grow. We’ve had a lot of potential for, basically my whole time here, but to really see that and act on it has been really great   Read More ...
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Sunday’s Maine college roundup: Bates beats No. 6 Amherst in field hockey
LEWISTON — Taylor Lough deflected in a bouncing ball with 4 minutes remaining to give Bates a 1-0 victory over No. 6 Amherst in a NESCAC field hockey game on Sunday, the Bobcats’ third straight win over a nationally ranked top-10 team. The winning play started with an entry pass from Grace Fitzgerald to Adah Lindquist, who topped the ball towards Mammoths goalie Katie Savage   Read More ...
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College Roundup: UNH men's hockey up to 17th
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COLLEGE HOCKEY: North Dakota dedicates ref locker room to Butch Mosseau
GRAND FORKS—When the University of North Dakota and Ralph Engelstad Arena decided to upgrade the referees' locker room this summer, Pat Swanson immediately had an idea.   Read More ...
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Badgers men's hockey: Faceoff funk causes no alarm for Wisconsin
The University of Wisconsin men's hockey team has four wins from its first five games but hasn't been able to crack 50 percent in faceoffs in any of them. As issues go, the drop of the puck doesn't move the meter much in the fourth week of the season for the sixth-ranked Badgers. "It's something that we have not spent a lot of time on yet," Badgers associate head coach Mark Osiecki said Monday, "and have done so purposely   Read More ...
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Oakland explores adding DI men’s, women’s hockey
With the weight of the NHL and Detroit Red Wings behind them, Oakland University has begun the process of exploring adding Division I men’s and women’s hockey programs. An announcement was set for Monday night at Little Caesars Arena, featuring Red Wings general manager Ken Holland, Oakland athletic director Jeff Konya, and executive director of College Hockey Inc. Mike Snee. Many hurdles remain — namely funding, for the programs and an arena, plus choosing a conference —but Oakland is hopeful of adding the programs to its athletics roster in the coming few years   Read More ...
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