IIHF set to discuss Russian participation in events on Monday – sportsnet.ca
The Swiss Ice Hockey Federation is calling for immediate sanctions against the Russian and Belarusian federations on the IIHF council as the group prepares for a key meeting on Monday.
“People are still sleeping on the Huskies” – College Hockey News
The Huskies had finished fourth in Hockey East a season prior and brought back their top eight point producers. In many ways, it was an ideal situation for a goalkeeper. Hanson’s task, however, was to step in and fight to replace one of the best goaltenders in program history, Tomas Vomacka, who signed with the Predators.
North Dakota’s No. 7 completes West Michigan’s No. 6 sweep to take control atop the NCHC; Minnesota No. 4 wins B1G title; No. 5 Quinnipiac sews on the CEAC crown; No. 13 BU stays hot – College Hockey | USCHO.com
A recap of this weekend’s college hockey action as the conference playoffs begin next weekend.
Division I Women’s Hockey: Wisconsin 5, Bemidji State 0 – Badgers advance to WCHA Finals – College Hockey | USCHO.com
The Wisconsin front row — dubbed the WOW row for the first initials of their last names — lived up to the moniker on Saturday afternoon. Casey O’Brien, Makenna Webster and Daryl Watts were responsible for nine of Wisconsin’s 15 points in the game
Sidney Crosby’s Pittsburgh Penguins beat Columbus Blue Jackets – TSN.ca
Oh, the Blue Jackets goaltender was clearly embarrassed by Sidney Crosby, but the NHL upheld the call when challenged? I guess he’s still the league’s golden boy. Pathetic.