D3hockey.com Men's Team of the Week: January 18th

Compiled by D3hockey.com Staff 

A stunner in the NCHA, St. Olaf posts a close call against Eau Claire, and a trio of New England forwards earn honors. It may be a bit late, but our D3hockey.com Team of the Week is still here for you this week and every week! 

How it works: Each week, Sports Information Directors from across the country submit week-long performances they've deemed worthy of being placed among the best in the nation in the week that was. For award purposes, a normal week will run from Monday to Sunday. System and email nominations will close at 8pm Monday in all subsequent editions, and any games played on deadline day are incorporated into the following week. 

Once we get the school and league nominations, check out conference weekly releases, and pick the brains of our own staff to get the clearest picture we can, we

St. Olaf's Tuuka Totro blocks a shot in an earlier game against UW-Stout. His performance vs. UW Eau-Claire landed him a spot on our Team of the Week. 
Photo: Kevin Healy, d3photography.gom

select among top performances by position. It's an elite group. Three forwards, two defensemen, one goaltender. That's generally it. To get here, means you're one of best performers on the ice at your position in the week that was. 

To be clear, we aren't just looking at raw numbers. We're also looking to incorporate players that contributed in the pivotal moments, season defining wins, and stunning upsets that make our brand of hockey so exciting.

Don't see a player here? Think they would have made the cut? Encourage your school's Sports Information Director to nominate deserving players each week. From now, through the week following conference championship games, SIDs can submit their nominations from Sunday evening until 8pm on Mondays utilizing their PrestoSports login at http://d3football.com/nominations/award-status. In an effort to be as thorough as possible, weekly releases from our member conferences are also accepted. Generally, we operate on this premise for now... if it's that good, we'll find you eventually.

Now that we've explained the process, let's get to it. Here is your D3hockey.com National Team of the Week:

Goaltender

George Argiropoulos, Lake Forest, Senior
Argiropoulos nearly posted a perfect weekend as Lake Forest won twice and climbed into first place in the NCHA South Division standings. After stopping all 19 shots on goal he faced in Friday's 6-0 blanking of #6 Adrian, the senior recorded 19 more saves in a 4-1 triumph over Trine. The only tally against him on the weekend was a 5-on-3 score with 4:05 remaining on Saturday.

Defense

Mark DerManulian, Lake Forest, Sophomore
DerManulian scored his third and fourth goals of the season and was +3 in Lake Forest's 6-0 triumph over #6 Adrian on Friday. He also assisted on the official game-winning goal of Saturday evening's 4-1 triumph over Trine that kept the Foresters atop the NCHA South Division standings. 

Tuukka Totro, St. Olaf, Junior
Totro scored three goals in two games last week for St. Olaf, including his first-career two-goal game at No. 3 UW-Eau Claire on Saturday night. With the Oles down 3-0 inside the final six minutes, the junior scored twice in the span of 1:37 to bring St. Olaf within a goal of the Blugolds. He also gave St. Olaf a 1-0 lead midway through the second period in an eventual 2-1, last-second loss to UW-River Falls on Friday night on the road.

Forward

Josh Bowes, Endicott, Senior
Bowes became the second student-athlete in program history to reach the 100 career point plateau when he notched two goals and two assists for four points against Tufts University in a 9-2 win last Tuesday. Bowes, who needed two points to reach the milestone in the game, dished out an assist 45-seconds into the second period and later found the back of the net at 2:06 of the third to give Endicott a 5-2 lead at the time. He also added another goal and another assist on the next two tallies for the Gulls. 

Mike Egan, Babson, Freshman
Egan scored three goals and chipped in with an assist for four points as Babson returned to league play with a win and a tie on the road. He produced the first two-goal game of his career and tacked on an assist in Friday's 6-2 victory at Southern Maine before scoring for the third consecutive game in Saturday's 4-4 OT tie at New England College

Ryan Bloom, UNE, Junior
Bloom picked up seven points in a 2-0 week for the University of New England. Bloom opened the week with a goal and two assists as the Nor'easters knocked off Buffalo State, 6-1, on the road. He then potted two goals and dished out two assists in a 7-3 win over Morrisville. He finished the week with a plus-7 rating.

~

D3hockey.com Women's Team of the Week: January 18th

Compiled by D3hockey.com Staff --

A big weekend by Lake Forest, a freshman at St. Olaf bursts onto the scene, and a record performance at Norwich highlight this week's D3hockey.com Women's Team of the Week!

How it works: Each week, Sports Information Directors from across the country submit week-long performances they've deemed worthy of being placed among the best in the nation in the week that was. For award purposes, a normal week will run from Monday to Sunday. System and email nominations will close at 8pm

Jacque Rogers had a huge weekend for Lake Forest. 
Photo: Steve Frommell, d3photography.com

Monday in all subsequent editions, and any games played on deadline day are incorporated into the following week.


Once we get the school and league nominations, check out conference weekly releases, and pick the brains of our own staff to get the clearest picture we can, we select among top performances by position. It's an elite group. Three forwards, two defensemen, one goaltender. Nothing else. To get here, means you're one of best performers on the ice at your position in the week that was. 

To be clear, we aren't just looking at raw numbers. We're also looking to incorporate players that contributed in the pivotal moments, season defining wins, and stunning upsets that make our brand of hockey so exciting.

Don't see a player here? Think they would have made the cut? Encourage your school's Sports Information Director to nominate deserving players each week. From now, through the week following conference championship games, SIDs can submit their nominations from Sunday evening until 8pm on Mondays utilizing their PrestoSports login at http://d3football.com/nominations/award-status. In an effort to be as thorough as possible, weekly releases from our member conferences are also accepted. Generally, we operate on this premise... it's that good, we'll find you. 

Now that we've explained the process, let's get to it. Here is your D3hockey.com National Team of the Week:

Goaltender

Jacque Rogers, Lake Forest, Junior
Rogers was stellar in net as Lake Forest split a pair of games with 10th-ranked Wisconsin-Eau Claire over the weekend. After making 36 saves in Friday night's 3-1 triumph, she stopped a season-high 45 of 47 shots on goal in a 2-1 loss on Saturday. All three of the goals she allowed on the weekend came on the power play.

Defense

Kelly Leathem, Canton, Freshman
Leathem scored just her second collegiate goal, the game-winner, in a 2-1 win v. New England College on Friday. The blue-liner now has two goals and one assist on the season as she helped the Roos secure a weekend sweep v. the Pilgrims. 

Kirsten Macdowell, Cortland, Sophomore
Macdowell netted the game-winning goal for the Cortland Red Dragons as her first goal of the season got the Red Dragons off and running in a 3-0 win over Nichols on Saturday as part of a weekend sweep of the Bison. The Red Dragons limited the Bison to just one goal in two games. 

Forward

Amanda Conway, Norwich, Junior
In Norwich's only game of the week, Conway tied two program records with four goals and six points in a 10-2 win over Plymouth State on Saturday. Conway netted her fifth career hat trick and second time she's scored four goals in a game in her Norwich career to tie Julie Fortier '12. She had a hand in six of Norwich's 10 goals in the game and finished as a +6 plus-minus rating on the day. 

Annie Katonka, Plattsburgh, Sophomore
Katonka scored five goals, three of which were on the power play, and fashioned a +2 rating in a 2-0-0 week for the Cardinals. She scored a hat trick in a 6-0 win over Buffalo State on Saturday before netting two goals, both of which were on the power play, in a 6-0 triumph over the Bengals on Sunday. For the season, Katonka ranks among the NCAA Division III leaders in game-winning goals (tied for first, 4), power-play goals (tied for second, 6), goals per game (tied for fifth, 0.93) and points per game (tied for 10th, 1.47). She has 22 points total on 14 goals and eight assists.

Jackie LaFaive, St. Olaf, Freshman
LaFaive scored the first four goals of her collegiate career over St. Olaf's three games last week. The first year netted her first two career goals in a 7-4 loss at No. 10 UW-Eau Claire on Tuesday evening before scoring once in each of the Oles' games against St. Catherine over the weekend.


~

A Tale Of Two Nights

Compiled by D3hockey.com Staff

This weekend in Division III hockey certainly brought with it an interesting mix of outcomes. On Friday, key upsets out West shook the NCHA to its core as Marian and Lake Forest topped St. Norbert and Adrian on their way to topping their respective NCHA divisions by the end of the weekend. In women's action, St. Thomas staked its latest claim as the prospective top dog of the MIAC as it remained unbeaten with a win and tie against Gustavus, Elmira and Adrian survived tight games, and the Forester women take one of two from the Blugolds. We're here to give you all the most important information about this weekend's games in one place. 

Sabres, Foresters Shock The System Friday

If you were browsing the D3hockey.com scoreboards this weekend, it's safe to say that one score probably stood out well above the other games dotting the landscape. In a game that produced one of the most shocking scores the nation has seen this season, No. 6 Adrian saw a 2-0 deficit balloon into a 6-0 blowout in the third period as Lake Forest toppled the Bulldogs in a lopsided affair in Chicago. 

The Foresters got an early first period goal from Will Lebel, unassisted, just past the two minute mark and the Foresters put the heat on for the rest of the period as they capped Adrian to just two shots on goal in the opening 20 minutes. The second period brought with it a more balanced shot count, but the only team to capitalize in the frame was the Foresters as Troy Nelson scored shorthanded at 15:31 to put the Bulldogs in a tough spot going into the third period. It's a spot that only got tougher as the third period progressed, as Ryan Kruss and Josh Giacomin scored before the midpoint of the period, and Mark DerManulian scored twice more late to put it well out of reach as the Foresters blanked the Bulldogs at home. George Argiropoulous posted a nineteen save shutout for Lake Forest, while Tymen Edelkoort struggled for Adrian with just 14 stops on nineteen shots. 

The Bulldogs are now 11-5-1, and 6-3-1 in the NCHA. The Forresters are now 8-5-4, but are 6-2-2 in the NCHA this season. Adrian defeated Aurora on Saturday, and the Forresters went on to defeat Trine.

No. 7 St. Norbert had trouble of its own on Friday against fellow 2018 NCAA qualifier Marian, and that trouble came at a time when the Green Knights have not entirely looked like their traditional selves with just two wins in their last six games. Marian recently fell out of the D3hockey.com poll, but just might have played their way back in after they rode a three goal first period to a 3-1 victory over the Green Knights in Fon Du Lac. 

The Sabres bolted out of the gate with three goals in the later half of the first period as Nick Monfils, Troy Ring, and former Green Knight Lane Valimont all scored to grab a significant advantage that they never squandered. St. Norbert got numerous opportunities to fight their way back into the game as the Sabres took six minor penalties, but Marian's penalty kill was perfect on the night to aid the upset effort. The Green Knights finally broke through with a goal at 17:15 of the third, but it was far too late as the Sabres walked away with the big win. Hunter Vorva stopped 32 of 33 shots in the win for the Green Knights. Marian maintained the top spot in the division through Saturday despite a slipup in a 2-2 tie against Finlandia.


St. Thomas Women Continue To Roll

It's been a season of virtually unhindered dominance for the No. 3 St. Thomas women. The only team, men's or women's, to enter the weekend unbeaten and untied in the nation has run roughshot over the MIAC at 7-0-1, and is outscoring opponents in the league 24-4 through this weekend. Three of the four goals against came this weekend against their toughest test yet, but the Tommies performed admirably with a win and a tie to remain unbeaten in a weekend set against No. 9 Gustavus Adolphus. 

On Friday at home, the Tommies never trailed as they cruised to a 3-1 win in Mendota Heights. Shae McLean led the Tommies with a goal and an assist. St. Thomas had to maximize its opportunities with just 13 shots on goal against the Gusties, and they did exactly that. Demi Cooper struck gold on the power play just before the mid point of the frame to put St. Thomas up early. The Gusties issued their rebuttal at 13:16 on Amelia Vosen's fourth goal of the season, but McLean scored late in the period and Rachel Werdin scored early in the second period to seal the deal as goaltenders Kenzie Torpy and Amanda DiNella held the game scoreless the rest of the way. 

On Saturday, it was a bit more challenging for the Tommies. Gustavus scored twice in the first 6:12, including Grace Schulte's second of the season just 28 seconds into the matchup to put the Tommies behind after the first period for just the third time this season. The plot thickened in a scoreless second period with DiNella and Torpy again back to their reliable ways, and the Gusties had the Tommies seemingly on the ropes by becoming the first team to lead them through 40 minutes all year. Eventually the visitors got their sigh of relief in the third. Maddy Fiedler halved the lead at 3:44, and the score was later squared by Allison Parnell with just over 5 minutes left. St. Thomas had to navigate a pair of late penalty kills, including one in overtime to remain undefeated, but in the end Gustavus did hand St. Thomas their first blemish of the season in a 2-2 tie.

 

NEHC: New England College Men Preserve Unbeaten Streak, Hobart Overtaken By Norwich

The New England College men could be playing their way into a ranked spot on Monday afternoon after they continued to build on a recent hot streak this weekend. The Pilgrims are now 10-3-3, and are unbeaten in their last nine games to rank as the third longest unbeaten streak in the nation. It wasn't going to be easy to keep what was a seven game streak alive coming in with games against No. 8 UMass Boston and No. 14 Babson on tap, but the Pilgrims started the tough weekend quite well as they continued to build on the nationwide turmoil and topped the Beacons on Friday, 3-2. The Pilgrims darted out to a 3-0 advantage before nearly collapsing late as the Beacons scored twice in just under two minutes to make it a one goal game. Former Neumann goaltender Anthony Pupplo made 36 saves for the Pilgrims. Babson would deny the Pilgrims a second win on Saturday as the Beavers and New England College settled for the 4-4 stalemate. The Pilgrims erased a one goal hole in the third period and took the lead before Babson's Nick Rosa scored less than a minute later to re-tie the score on the way to the tie. The Pilgrims sit in third place despite an unbeaten weekend against the two teams in front of them in the NEHC standings. 

The Norwich Cadets currently find themselves in less traveled territory with a sixth place standing, but that didn't stop them from wrangling Hobart on Friday by a 4-2 score. A string of second period penalties came back to hurt the Statesmen in a big way as Norwich went off for three power play goals, two from Coby Downs, en route to a 3-1 lead after two periods. Hobart got the glimmer of hope they needed on an unassisted marker by TJ Schultz in the opening moments of the third, but the Cadets scored again with just over eight minutes left to seal the deal. Norwich was 3-for-8 on the power play in a game where they were outshot 36-23.


Collision Course Possible For The Men, Women's Contenders With Much To Sort Out

There is still a lot to sort out in the race for the men's national title, and plenty of hockey left to play, but it remains to be seen if anyone can stop the top two teams in the nation right now. While this game has a funny way of throwing us all a curveball somewhere at year's end, it still remains to be seen if anyone can stop the top two teams in the D3hockey.com Men's Top 15.  No. 1 UW-Stevens Point hasn't lost all year and is 17-0-2 in 19 games played. No. 4 Augsburg tried its luck against the Pointers this weekend only to get turned away by a 3-1 score. 1-0 deficit coming out of the first was quickly turned around by goals by Jordan Fader, Tanner Karty, and BJ Duffin in the second. The Karty and Duffin goals were scored just eight seconds apart to place the Pointer veterans in the Top 5 all-time in NCAA history for fastest consecutive goals. The Pointers later came out on top against St. John's on Saturday by a 4-1 score, and have UW-Eau Claire coming up in a WIAC title rematch on Friday night. 

Geneseo is also on a tear as the Knights are perfect in 12 straight, and eleven of those games were decided by two goals or more. Nazareth gave the Knights a good run last weekend but were unable to get over the hill against a team that hasn't lost in two months. This past weekend, Geneseo topped Lebanon Valley 6-2, and dominated Stevenson the following day 7-0. Goaltender Devin McDonald now has eight shutouts this season and has developed into an elite goaltender, and he could have yet another frozen four run in him yet after taking the Knights there three years ago. 

It's surely up for grabs still, but with the way those two teams have performed, the thought that they might be on a collision course for the national title has to at least cross the brain at this time of year, because it's starting to make more sense by the day. 

Among the women's contenders, the usual suspects are still the most identifiable teams that could be left at the end, but to predict who will be left standing at the very end will be a difficult exercise. Adrian won the Cardinal/Panther Classic earlier this year, a tournament in which Plattsburgh also took Elmira down 3-0. The Bulldogs returned East at the start of this month and got beat by both Plattsburgh and Norwich, and Elmira responded to an earlier loss against Plattsburgh with a 4-1 win while also dominating Norwich. In short, we know who should be among the last survivors in the NCAA tournament already, but the only thing certain otherwise is that it's frankly all uncertain. And then you add in the West region and the picture just gets murkier with the regional gap closing. National parity took a big step forward last year and that trend is highly likely to continue, and that's the best thing the game could ask for. 


High Drama For Oswego Men

Two teams located in central New York with a tendency to meet in high profile games delivered another tight game on Friday night as Utica tied No. 5 Oswego, 3-3. The Pioneers took three different leads in the game, including a short lived one in the third period before settling for the 3-3 tie against the Lakers. D3hockey.com was there on Friday night and we have a full recap of that game for you here.

The Lakers dealt with a different kind of drama on Saturday as their offense struggled to finish for two periods and a second period goal by Elmira's Chris Moses held as the difference through two periods. That all changed in the third as the Lakers threw a switch to fire up their offense, and Josh Leblanc, Travis Broughman, Max Novick, and Jody Sullivan all scored as a four goal third helped Oswego topple Elmira, 4-1. 

 Other Women's Notes

  • No. 1 Elmira got a firm challenge against a Manhattanville team capable of stirring the pot as they nabbed a pair of 2-0 victories against the Valiants. The Soaring Eagles are still undefeated in conference play, but presently sit third in the UCHC point standings with games in hand. 
  • No. 5 Adrian needed overtime to slip by upset-minded Trine University as the Thunder fell to the Bulldogs 2-1 on Saturday. Kortney Diaz netted the extra session game-winner for the former No. 1 team in the country. 
  • Augsburg gave No. 7 Hamline all it could handle this weekend, as the Auggies tied the Pipers 2-2 and came up just short the following day in a 3-2 game. In the second game, Hamline spotted the Auggies a 2-0 advantage through 6:19 of the second period, only to make up the stagger in the final 30 minutes with three unanswered goals to win it. 
  • Jacque Rogers stopped 36 of 37 shots to lift Lake Forest to a 3-1 win over UW-Eau Claire on Friday. The Forresters and Blugolds split the non-conference weekend. 

 

More news from D3hockey.com

  • D3hockey.com Men's Team of the Week: January 18th
    January 18, 2019
    A stunner in the NCHA, St. Olaf posts a close call against Eau Claire, and a trio of New England forwards earn honors. It may be a bit late, but our D3hockey.com Team of the Week is still here for you this week and every week!  Photo: Kevin Healy, d3photography.com
  • D3hockey.com Women's Team of the Week: January 18th
    January 18, 2019
    A big weekend by Lake Forest, a freshman at St. Olaf bursts onto the scene, and a record performance at Norwich highlight this week's D3hockey.com Women's Team of the Week! Photo: Steve Frommell, d3photography.com
  • A Tale Of Two Nights
    January 14, 2019
    A noisy friday and a relatively silent Saturday comprised a weekend that will surely have the voters pondering everything below the top few spots on Monday. Photo: Larry Radloff, d3photography.com
  • Pioneers, Lakers Tie in CNY Clash
    January 12, 2019
    Oswego and Utica dueled to a 3-3 tie at the Marano Campus Center on Friday night. Photo: Ray Biggs, d3hockey.com
  • D3hockey.com Men's Team of the Week: December 12th
    December 12, 2018
    A rivalry win for Oswego, a big weekend in the Mitten state, some epic goaltending at Colby, and an unbelievable performance at Lebanon Valley highlight our honorees. Photo: Ryan Coleman, d3photography.com
  • D3hockey.com Men's Team of the Week: December 5th
    December 05, 2018
    Big weekends in New England, a pair of UCHC top performers, and a pair from St. Scholastica highlight the D3hockey.com Men's Team of the Week. Photo: Ryan Coleman, d3photography.com
  • D3hockey.com Women's Team of the Week: December 5th
    December 05, 2018
    Three MIAC players headline this week's D3hockey.com Women's Team of the Week! Photo: Canton Athletics
  • Weekend Roundup: As The Calendar Turns...
    December 02, 2018
    As the months changed, a lot changed with the calendar on a riveting weekend of action across the nation. Photo: UNE Athletics
  • D3hockey.com Men's Team of the Week: November 28th
    November 28, 2018
    Two members of the Primelink Champs and a host of other big performances highlight the D3hockey.com Men's Team of the Week! Photo: Jeff Melnik, d3photography.com
  • Middlebury Tops Platty In Primelink Semifinals
    November 24, 2018
    One of the stunners from Friday's action came at the Primelink, where Middlebury topped Plattsburgh to advance to the tournament championship. Photo: Middlebury College Athletics
  • Thanksgiving weekend tournament primer
    November 22, 2018
    A Primelink ShootOut, a Codfish Bowl, classics, invitationals, and something about a Stovepipe. As always, Thanksgiving weekend tournaments abound. Here's a breakdown of all of them...
  • Panther/Cardinal Classic Preview
    November 21, 2018
    The most prestigious holiday weekend tournament in the nation, men or women, returns to Middlebury for its 14th edition. As usual it features a loaded field as four of the top six-ranked teams will be on hand. Photo: Middlebury Athletics
  • D3hockey.com Men's Team of the Week: November 15th
    November 15, 2018
    Plattsburgh over Geneseo, Nazareth over Utica, and Adrian over defending national champion St. Norbert. The players who helped make those stunners happen are well represented on this week's D3hockey.com Team of the Week. Photo: Nazareth Athletics
  • D3hockey.com Women's Team of the Week: November 15
    November 15, 2018
    Plattsburgh's performance in a pivotal top five clash headlines the list, plus a host of new names dot this week's D3hockey.com Women's Team of the Week. Photo: Eric Kelley, d3photography.com
  • D3hockey.com Men's Team of the Week: November 8th
    November 08, 2018
    A pair of monumental upsets, and a few other notable performances hit the spotlight in the second D3hockey.com Team of the Week of the 2018-19 season. Photo: Gil Burgmaster, Utica College
  • Second Weekend Filled With Fireworks, Turmoil
    November 04, 2018
    Upheaval in the NCHA was prominent as the top two teams in the D3hockey.com poll both dropped conference games, the Gusties and Blugold women still cannot shake each other this season, and more. Check out some of the weekend's highlights here! Photo: Steve Frommell, d3photography.com
  • D3hockey.com Men's Team of the Week: November 1st
    November 01, 2018
    We're back early! Check out the D3hockey.com Team of the Week for the first week of the 2018-19 season!
  • A Banner Weekend
    October 29, 2018
    No. 1 St. Norbert raised their championship banner in De Pere, A women's national title rematch leads a slate of four top ten matchups, Adrian and Utica held a wide portion of the national audience, a huge tie for Trine, and Wilkes snags its first win. All of that ahead in our weekend wrapup. Photo: Steve Frommell, d3photography.com
  • Alvernia Women to Join UCHC
    October 24, 2018
    The UCHC women's membership will grow by one next season as the conference announced the addition of the new program at Alvernia earlier today.
  • Johnson to Lead MSOE
    July 31, 2018
    The MSOE Raiders have announced their replacement for Mark Ostapina. Graham Johnson will be the man to lead the Raiders into the 18-19 season.
  • Wallack to Head Up Albertus Magnus Program
    June 27, 2018
    Just under three months after announcing their program, Albertus Magnus has a head coach. The Falcons have reached into the D1 ranks as they named Kyle Wallack as head coach Monday. Photo: Albertus Magnus Athletics
  • McShane's storied coaching career comes to an end
    June 15, 2018
    After 37 as a NCAA head coach, the past 23 of which came at Norwich, Mike McShane announced his retirement at a press conference on Friday morning. Photo: d3photography.com
  • St. Benedict Puts Thibault in Charge of Women's Program
    June 07, 2018
    The Blazers will have a new head coach this season. St. Benedict drew from the Minnesota high school ranks with the hiring of Nick Thibault earlier this week. Photo: CSB Athletics
  • Plattsburgh's Jensen Suiting Up At Worlds For Fourth Time
    May 15, 2018
    Former Plattsburgh State player Nick Jensen has been making quite a habit of appearing on the world stage, as he is currently in his fourth IIHF World Championship with Denmark. Photo: Plattsburgh Athletics
  • Albertus Magnus Announces Men's Program
    April 19, 2018
    The number of men's programs nationally is again set to increase by one, as Albertus Magnus announced the creation of a men's hockey program earlier this month. Photo: Albertus Magnus Athletics
  • Wick out at Scholastica
    March 29, 2018
    The offseason Coaching Carousel goes in motion rather loudly, as St. Scholastica has parted ways with 14 year head men's coach Mark Wick.
  • 2018 Frozen Four Notebook
    March 28, 2018
    There's a lot more to Frozen Four Weekend than three hockey games and a National Championship Trophy.... Find out about everything you wanted to know about this weekend but were afraid to ask! Photo: Mike Warren, D3hockey.com
  • The pressers: St. Norbert & Salve Regina
    March 24, 2018
    Full video of the St. Norbert and Salve Regina press conferences that followed the Green Knights' thrilling 3-2 double overtime national championship game win.
  • Video: St. Norbert wins national championship
    March 24, 2018
    Miss it in real time? No problem. Re-live the final moments and ensuing celebration of the Green Knights' national title, from as many angles as we could muster.
  • Live from Lake Placid!
    March 23, 2018
    Practice day is in the books and the D3hockey.com coverage is already piling up. Get caught up, and stay caught up, on all our Frozen Four coverage right here, all in one handy place. Photo: Eric Gulseth
Load More

[archive]
Sunday, Jan. 20: All times Eastern
M:
Postponed
St. Michael's at Stonehill
Video Live stats
W:
Final
Adrian 10, at Finlandia 0
Video
W:
3:00 PM
William Smith at Manhattanville
No contests today.
Sunday, Jan. 20: All times Eastern
W:
Final
Adrian 10, at Finlandia 0
Video