Norwich national championship celebration videoWhat would a Frozen Four be without our annual national championship celebration video? This year the popular feature returns and it of course features the Norwich Cadets, your 2017 champs.
Live at the AUD!The 2017 season is in the books and its Norwich that goes on top. Miss any of the weekend's action? No problem, catch up on all of it right here with our comprehensive coverage, from Thursday's practices right up through Saturday's final horn. Photo: Jeff Melnik for d3photography.com
The pressers: Norwich & AdrianFull video of the Norwich and Adrian press conferences that followed the Cadets' 5-4 overtime semifinal victory over the Green Knights.
The pressers: Norwich & TrinityFull video of the Norwich and Trinity press conferences that followed the Cadets' 4-1 national championship game victory. Photo: Clint Bobski
Adrian's coaching carouselAdrian faced a unique situation a week ago as it had to play its quarterfinal game without the guidance of head coach Adam Krug, but the Bulldogs prevailed regardless thanks to the work of its assistants and a team that stayed cool and calm under pressure. Photo: Hans Gulset
Who's it going to be?We have a great day of semifinal hockey ahead, but what intrigue may the national title game bring on Saturday? Brian Krosky checks in to deliver an early look at the possible match-ups that we may see come Saturday night. Photo: Ray Biggs
Reichenbach brothers succeed on different pathsThe Reichenbach brothers took vastly different, but successful paths in the game of hockey. Ty will suit up for the Norwich Cadets this weekend as they chase a National Title, while his brother overcomes obstacles to live a new dream all his own.
Photo: Mark Collier, Norwich University
The Voice of the Green KnightsLive and on scene in Utica, our Thursday features kick off with St. Norbert and a brief but enlightening and entertaining interview with the play-by-play voice of the Green Knights since 1993, Tim Derozier. Photo: Greg Bins
Johnson's Stable Leadership guides TrinityTwo years after winning a national championship with a defensive unit featuring All-American Michael Flynn, the leadership torch was passed from Flynn to Sam Johnson for Trinity, and the senior has ran with it impressively.
Photo: Larry Radloff, D3photography.com
Utica: A newcomer's guide to the host citySo you're coming to the championship in Utica this weekend... Now what? Also, what is in this picture that looks like pizza? The staff's resident Utican gives you his top picks for food, activities, and more to make your visit to Utica a great one. Photo: Lance Catamaran
Preview: Norwich v. AdrianFriday's second semifinal features two of the most explosive offenses in the country, both of which rolled up six goals in their quarterfinal wins. Norwich is seeking its fourth national title while Adrian is in search of its first. Photos: Mark Collier, Norwich University/d3photography.com
Preview: St. Norbert v. TrinitySt. Norbert has its sights set on its fifth national championship while Trinity is aiming for its second in three years. In Friday's first semifinal its the Green Knights and one of the nation's stingiest defenses against the Bantams and one of the country's most dynamic offenses. Photos: d3photography.com
Men's quarterfinal previews: left half of the bracketNorwich and Hamilton rekindle an old rivalry while UW-Stevens Point and Adrian write the next chapter in what has proven a budding and volatile rivalry. Two trips to Utica are on the line as we break down all four teams and both match-ups. Photo: Steve Frommell for d3photography.com
Men's quarterfinal previews: right half of the bracketSt. Norbert hosts Augsburg in a rematch of a 2016 tournament quarterfinal while Trinity welcomes Endicott for what will be the first meeting between the programs. Two trips to Utica are on the line this Satuday as we break down all four teams and both match-ups. Photo: Hans Gulset
Chatham Names Home Ice for Men's ProgramChatham University announced today that Frozen Pond Arena will be the home rink of the new, men's ice hockey team beginning with their inaugural season in the fall of 2017.
Trinity's special night moves Bantams past PlattsburghTrinity posted a 6-of-7 combined special teams performance that included two power play goals, and got two each from veterans Sean Orlando and Brandon Cole to roll past red hot Plattsburgh.
Photo: Eric Gulseth, D3hockey.com
NCAA tournament selections explainedNorwich in the first round? Yep, and it makes sense. And we explain why that's the case and also tackle a handful of other questions generated by Monday morning's NCAA tournament selections, in this, our annual attempt to answer all of them in one fell swoop. Photo: Norwich Athletics
The Road to Utica: Men's Bracketology, Final ProjectionSeven of this year's 12 teams are known, but there are still five at-large bids up for grabs. Who's in, who's out, and who will be playing where and win? In this season's final edition, we implement the NCAA selection process as best we can in attempt to find out... Photo: Hans Gulset
Men's playoff tracker: seven of 12 NCAA tournament teams locked inAugsburg, St. Norbert, Plattsburgh State, Norwich, Salem State, Endicott and Trinity are in, while UW-Stevens Point and Hobart also claimed league titles to bolster their already strong tournament résumés. Get caught up on all the men's conference tournament action right here with our expanded playoff tracker. Photo: D3hockey.com
Women's NCAA Bracketology: Round 3An upset in the MIAC brings a new face into the Pool C fold and the top West Region seed changes hands in the West. Will any of the past week's affect our projected bracket? Take a read and find out as it's our penultimate Women's Bracketology of the year. Photo: Ryan Coleman for d3photography.com
The Road to Utica: Men's Bracketology, Take IIIThe third set of NCAA regional rankings are out and between those and last weekend's results it led to our most challenging edition of the year. The new East rankings have led to new Pool C comparisons, and suffice to say...things are getting a little tight. Photo: Hans Gulset
Championship Undercard Begins In Utica, ClintonAs playoff action picked up across the nation, it was an unforgettable day in that regard in and around Utica, where both of Oneida County's teams took a step on their own hopeful journeys towards a Frozen Four in their own backyard. Photo: Eric Gulseth, D3hockey.com
Women's conference tournament tracker: One Step CloserSuper Saturday came, Super Saturday went, and the day left quite the blend of advancements and eliminations, including the demise of one top seeded squad, minigame double overtime, and a scoreless draw for over 90 minutes. Photo: UNE Athletics
Men's conference tournament tracker: Super SaturdayThe busiest postseason day of the year is in the books. The end result? Two overtime game-winners, five upsets and a slew of standout performances. Catch up on all of it with our men's conference tournament tracker. Photo: Augsburg's Nate Flynn; Caleb Williams for d3photography.com
Women's NCAA Bracketology: Round 2Middlebury moves to the top of the NESCAC and a chain reaction ensues. The end result? A different field than we projected last week. How did we get there? Take a read and find out as our second edition of Women's Bracketology is here... Photo: Endicott Athletics
The Road to Utica: Men's Bracketology, Take IIThe second set of NCAA regional rankings are out and between those and last weekend's results the current NCAA picture has shifted a bit. How so? Take a read as we delve into our second edition of Men's Bracketogy where we admit...we don't like our conclusions. Photo: Hans Gulset
Women's NCAA Bracketology: Round 1With the regional rankings out we take our first look at what the tournament field would look like if the season ended today. What to we see? Some old staples, a first-time entrant, and a very intriguing comparison for the final spot in the field. Photo: d3photography.com
The Road to Utica: Men's Bracketology, Take ITuesday's debut regional rankings offered a few moderate surprises, but did any of them yield any surprise NCAA tournament entrants in our first crack at Bracketology? Find out as we take our first stab at projecting the field. Photo: Hans Gulset
D3hockey.com Men's Team of the Week: February 8thThe ECAC West heats up, two Beavers build their way onto the list, and the Cardinal win over the Lakers. Read all about the players who made it happen in our Men's Team of the Week.
Photo: Jeff Pexton, Perfect Game Imaging for Utica College
The Road to Utica: The men's selection processRead it, learn it, know it. The first public NCAA Regional Rankings, and thus our first look at Bracketology, are just a week away so here's our annual breakdown of the selection process for the 2017 Men's NCAA tournament -- and the notable changes it has brought along with it. Photo: Hans Gulset
Elmira renews friendly rivalry off-iceFor over two decades, the Elmira men have played one extra opponent on the hardwood as they continue a special relationship with a local Special Olympics organization.
Second Month ShuffleThe first Friday in February only served to add more intrigue to a multitude of league races.
Photo: Ryan Coleman, D3photography.com
Upset CityMen's action on Friday night was littered with shockers as second half action continues to intensify, including a loss by the No. 1 team in the D3hockey.com Top 15
Photo: Steve Frommell, D3photography.com