After fighting back from a 3-1 deficit, St. Norbert's Dominick Sacco registered the overtime game-winner to lift the Green Knights to a 4-3 NCAA first round win over Augsburg. Photo: Doug Sasse, d3photography.com
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
Everyone knows the Green Knights have been really good, but it's not until the numbers that illustrate its achievements are stacked up that the unprecedented levels of many of their successes can begin to be comprehended.
St. Norbert has its sights set on its fifth national championship and first since 2014 while Colby looks to continue its Cinderella run in the first ever match-up between clubs with very similar styles. Photos: d3photography.com/Eric Gulseth
St. Norbert, Augsburg, SUNY Geneseo and Colby line up on one side as in one quarterfinal a couple of familiar foes meet again, while in the other a recent tournament staple hosts a surprise face. Photo: Steve Frommell for d3photography.com
ADRIAN, Mich. - Timmy Nicksic's goal 3:19 into overtime lifted St. Norbert College to a 2-1 win over Adrian College in a battle between the nation's top-two ranked teams in a battle for the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Harris Cup Playoffs championship at Arrington Ice Arena.
The postseason is underway in the West Region as five first-to-three point series kicked off on Friday night. Now, five teams are up 1-0 and one step closer to the NCHA and WIAC semifinals... Photo: Ryan Coleman for d3photography.com
Junior defenseman Cory Dunn scored 2:13 into overtime to cap off an Adrian comeback and carry the third-ranked Bulldogs to a 3-2 win over No. 1 St. Norbert. The win puts the Bulldogs two games clear of the Green Knights in the race for NCHA playoff home ice. Photo: Steve Frommell, d3photography.com
Three men's teams started the night unbeaten and now just one is left standing. Which of No. 1 St. Norbert, No. 3 Trinity and No. 13 Williams survived? Take a read and find out...
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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.
Photo: Steve Frommell, D3photography.com
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.
Photo: Ryan Coleman, D3photography.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
Senior defenseman Samuel Johnson's first goal of the season proved a big one, as the Bantams rode opportunistic scoring and a strong transition game to a tight 3-2 win over St. Norbert in Friday's opening NCAA semifinal. Photo: Jeff Melnik for d3photography.com
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
St. 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
St. 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