Managing Editor Ray Biggs explores sleeper teams for the upcoming season that could surprise you, along with some others who may quickly re-emerge as NCAA contenders.
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Marian University has announced the departure of men's head coach Lincoln Nguyen to an undisclosed Division I position, and simultaneously announced the return of former assistant Zach Gaynor as Head Coach.
What has been a long wait for an automatic bid amongst the former ECAC West membership, may possibly become a year longer after an NCAA committee denied a time waiver request from the UCHC that would have permitted the league to get into Pool A in Fall 2018 as originally scheduled.
Wilkes University will have to wait a bit longer to see hockey. The Northeast Pennsylvania school announced it will have to delay women's hockey from this season to next, mirroring the launch schedule for their men's program.
The question of who would replace Chris Brooks at Stevens Point turns out to be a short-lived one, as the school announced the promotion of associate coach Tyler Krueger to interim head coach for the upcoming season.
An entire line signs in the NWHL, the development camp news you heard, and maybe didn't hear about, a gaggle of Division III talent meets in the finals at the Maccabiah games, and more as Ray Biggs brings you up to speed on more items.
Photo: Eric Kelley, D3photography.com
What 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. Photo: Tex Ferguson, D3hockey.com
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
Ian Williams finished off a timely bounce in overtime to help Norwich stave off a blistering Adrian rally and advance to their first NCAA title game since 2010 on a school-record win streak.
Photo: Jeff Melnik, D3photography.com
Adrian 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
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
The 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
Live 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
Two 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
So 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
Friday'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