After Norwich rallied from a 2-0 deficit to force overtime, UW-Stevens Point's Steven Quagliata netted the game-winner to hand the Pointers a 3-2 win and their sixth national championship.
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A Frozen Four tradition sort of like any other. As always, we discuss the Sid Watson and Ed Jeremiah Awards, breakdown the match-ups, and take a look at what the weekend in Stevens Point might hold in store.
Norwich has a young team but it once again features impact talent from Quebec, in large part due to the willingness of assistant coach and head of recruiting, Steve Mattson, to venture into areas where many others do not.
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NORTHFIELD, Vt. – Sophomore Felix Brassard scored the game-winning goal 2:46 into overtime to lift the Norwich University men's ice hockey team to a 2-1 victory over the Univ. of New England and punch its ticket to the NCAA Division III Frozen Four.
The Johnnies surge to the front of the MIAC, more conferences get clinched, and a few other notable results could impact the course of business on the regional ranking calls in the coming week. Photo: Ryan Coleman, d3photography.com
After signing in the AHL straight out of a national championship at Norwich, William Pelletier has done enough in the past 10 months to warrant a contract extension. Photo: Jeff Melnik, d3photography.com
The most notable men's Thanksgiving weekend returns as Middlebury will play host to the 20th edition of the event. Tournament staples Norwich, Middlebury and Plattsburgh State will all be on hand as usual, while this year a fresh face joins the fray as Lawrence heads east for what will be its first PrimeLink appearance
Three colossal men's games needed overtime to decide an outcome. Out west, NCHA titans went at it while the WIAC owned the MIAC, while a new NEHC rivalry wrote its first chapter out east.
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Hamline stuns the Pointers on an otherwise unsurprising night where ranked teams defeated unranked or lower ranked teams in all other instances, even if a few didn't have the wins come easy.
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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.
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The Most Outstanding Player of the 2017 NCAA tournament for the National Champion Norwich Cadets has made the jump to the American Hockey League on an Amateur Tryout Contract with the Rockford IceHogs.
Photo: Jeffrey Melnik, 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
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
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
Led by Kevin Salvucci's two goal night the Norwich Cadets defeated Hamilton College 6-2 to advance to the NCAA Frozen Four. The Cadets scored twice in the final minute of the second period to take control of the game.
Norwich 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
Tyler Piacentini, Christian Thompson and Payton Baldillez all scored for the Cadets as they pulled away for a 3-1 win over the Vikings. The win advances Norwich to the NCAA quarterdinals where it will face Hamilton. Photo: Norwich Athletics