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    February 21, 2017
    The Road to Utica: Men's Bracketology, Take II The 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
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    February 21, 2017
    ACHA's Hockey Coaches Care holds Jersey Raffle Funds will benefit a charitable organization that has helped the families of multiple Division III coaches in times of need.
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    February 21, 2017
    NCHA Men's All-Conference Teams Announced The Northern Collegiate Hockey Association announced their 2016-17 All-Conference, and All-Freshman teams along with individual season awards on Tuesday.
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    February 16, 2017
    Women's NCAA Bracketology: Round 1 With 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
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    February 14, 2017
    The Road to Utica: Men's Bracketology, Take I Tuesday'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
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    February 08, 2017
    D3hockey.com Men's Team of the Week: February 8th The 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
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    February 08, 2017
    The Road to Utica: The men's selection process Read 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
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    February 08, 2017
    Elmira renews friendly rivalry off-ice For 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.
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    February 03, 2017
    Second Month Shuffle The first Friday in February only served to add more intrigue to a multitude of league races. Photo: Ryan Coleman, D3photography.com
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    January 28, 2017
    Upset City Men'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
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    January 26, 2017
    Salve, UNE women to migrate to the Colonial The shuffling of eastern programs continued Thursday, with Salve Regina and UNE announcing they'll move their women's teams from the NEHC to the Colonial Hockey Conference.
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    January 25, 2017
    Three more schools move teams to NEHC Yesterday, Hobart announced a move for 2017-18 and today another wave of teams, the Johnson & Wales and Suffolk men and women, along with the Salem State women, announced they will also be joining the New England Hockey Conference for the 2018-19 season.
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    January 21, 2017
    Men: Gimme fives in Geneseo and a Blackout in Adrian Only two games between ranked teams showed up on the men's or women's dockets on Saturday, but both were big ones as SUNY Geneseo and Oswego State played to a wild 5-5 tie and St. Norbert topped Adrian for the second day in a row. Photo: d3photography.com
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    January 20, 2017
    Men: SNC trumps Adrian, Stevens Point and Amherst also topple ranked teams Three sets of ranked men's teams faced off on Friday night and though no one managed to score more than three goals, three wins were to be had as St. Norbert, UW-Stevens Point and Amherst all were victors over league rivals. Photo: d3photography.com
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    January 20, 2017
    Best of the Rest Three matchups involving pairs of ranked teams headlined our schedule, but there were other great matchups and milestones too. Come catch up on everything else you missed from Friday here! Photo: Jeff Melnik, D3photography.com
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    January 19, 2017
    Annual Cancer Night Takes on New Importance for Pointers Captain As the defending national champs ready for their annual Breast Cancer night, it will hold special meaning for team captain Kyle Sharkey. Photo: d3photography.com
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    January 14, 2017
    Men's round-up: A Jumbo-sized Saturday Parity struck in the NESCAC as Tufts knocked off the nation's last unbeaten, No. 5 Hamilton, while Bowdoin also scored an upset. Elsewhere, No. 2 UW-Stevens Point got back on track with a win over No. 12 Augsburg, and league races continued to solidify in numerous leagues. All that and more in our Saturday wrap... Photo: Tufts Athletics
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    January 11, 2017
    D3hockey.com Women's Team of the Week: January 11th We said we'd see you on the other side, and we're keeping our word. Here's the first Women's Team of the Week of 2017!
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    January 07, 2017
    Women's elites duke it out in East-West Classic Nothing came easy on day one of the East-West Classic as four of the nation's top five teams did battle. The end result? A pair of one-goal games, an overtime game-winner, and a Sunday title game that will feature Plattsburgh and Norwich. Photo: Norwich Athletics
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    January 06, 2017
    NCHA hits Adrian men with supplemental discipline In response to multiple incidents, including those during and following Adrian's December 10 game at UW-Stevens Point, the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association hit the Bulldogs with supplemental discipline, D3hockey.com has learned.
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    January 02, 2017
    Happy New Year! Oswego loses twice in Northfield, Salve Regina wins the Codfish Bowl, Neumann puts on an offensive clinic in Plattsburgh, The Bantams still have the Bulldogs' number, The Blugold women have something special going, and a proud program stays winless. Read on as we kick off 2017 with a recap of the best weekend action!
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    December 02, 2016
    Lomanto builds a winner at Morrisville Years ago, necessity led Morrisville head coach Melissa Lomanto to be part of building a prep school program, and she's done the same for over 15 years in Division III, including her 9-0 Mustangs. Photo: Morrisville State Athletics
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    November 25, 2016
    PrimeLink ShootOut Preview In 2014 Concordia-Moorhead became the first West Region team to claim the prestigious title. After a year layoff, the Cobbers are back to defend it against the traditional East Region field of Plattsburgh State, Norwich and Middlebury. Photo: Larry Radloff for d3photography.com
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    November 19, 2016
    McShane claims 700th career coaching win Norwich head men's coach Mike McShane joined an elite group on Saturday as he became just the seventh coach to win 700 games at the collegiate level. Photo: Norwich Athletics
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    November 19, 2016
    Battles of the heavyweights Eight top ten teams squared off head-to-head on Saturday night, and the end result was two more teams falling from the realm of the unbeatens as the St. Norbert, Oswego State and Utica men all won, as did the Plattsburgh State women. Photo: Larry Radloff for d3photography.com
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    November 19, 2016
    Blu Light Special A stunner in the Women's WIAC, a tough day in Boston, and a few NESCAC men's and women's teams make some early noise. That and more as we wrap up the remainder of your Saturday, beyond the inter-top 10 matchups. Photo: Steve Frommell, D3photography.com
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    November 16, 2016
    Martalock out, Crowley in at Elmira After an unexpected departure halted Kelsea Martalock's tenure as Elmira women's coach at just two games, the Soaring Eagles look within to fill the void by promoting men's assistant Tim Crowley on an interim basis.
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    November 02, 2016
    2016 Season Preview: Men's WIAC Fresh off the league's second national championship in four years, smart money says the league will be a three-horse race yet again though two others hope to play spoiler.
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    October 28, 2016
    Full moon Friday night The 2016-17 season kicked off with an opening night bang as three ranked men's teams fell and two others tied, while four other teams, one of which won, hit the ice for the first time in program history. Photo: d3photography.com
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    October 23, 2016
    Young, Newmark hired at Wilkes Michael Young and Stephanie Newmark will be the first to oversee the new men's and women's programs at Wilkes University.
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    October 13, 2016
    Five schools to play for MAC title next year On the heels of the blockbuster announcement of the UCHC, the Middle Atlantic Conference member schools sponsoring hockey have announced they'll also have their own regular season crown next fall.
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    October 04, 2016
    United Collegiate Hockey Conference to debut next season The private institutions of the ECAC West, and some recent expansion teams, have announced the formation of a new men's and women's conference to begin play in the fall of 2017.
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    September 20, 2016
    Coaching Carousel: Filighera back in Division III at Cortland The latest spin of the coaching carousel stops in Cortland, where former RIT coach Rick Filighera has returned to the Division III ranks after nineteen years of coaching elsewhere. Photo: Cortland Athletics
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    August 30, 2016
    Wilkes University adds men's and women's hockey Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. has become the latest in a growing list of schools to add hockey programs, as the Colonels will begin both men's and women's play in 2017-18. Photo: Wilkes Athletics
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    August 23, 2016
    Lacour moves back east to lead Johnson and Wales Former Salem State player and Williams assistant James LaCour now gets a chance to run a program of his own at Johnson and Wales.
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    August 13, 2016
    Noack tapped to replace Rolli at UMass Dartmouth Erik Noack, who has coached Johnson and Wales for over a decade, will now attempt to fill the shoes of one of the winningest coaches in Division III history at UMass Dartmouth.
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    August 04, 2016
    Former UW-Stevens Point player, coach, Wil Nichol named Director of Player Development of Las Vegas NHL Franchise LAS VEGAS -- Former UW-Stevens Point player, captain and head coach Wil Nichol has been named Director of Player Development for the NHL's newly awarded Las Vegas franchise, it was announced on Thursday.
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    July 25, 2016
    Former Gustavus Coach Roberts dies at 83 Former Gustavus Adolphus coach Don Roberts, who won over 500 games in over 30 years at his alma mater, died Sunday.
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    July 21, 2016
    OT proposal halted by Rules Committee, Helmet rule expansion approved A proposition by the NCAA rules committee to change to a 4-on-4 overtime format has been taken off the table, and rules regarding helmet usage have been expanded.
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    July 13, 2016
    Longtime coach Steve Hoar dies Becker head coach Steve Hoar, a longtime veteran of the Division III coaching ranks, passed away at his home Monday.
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