UConn Hockey In The Month Of November
While at least the early going of November should have been fairly easy for the Huskies, bad bounces, games where the Huskies played well but lost, and bad luck all piled up to make November not only a month to forget but also a win-less month as well. Opposite to October, the Huskies had […]
A Recap Of The Month Of January In UConn Hockey
The month of January, when the playoff race begins for college hockey. January was yet again another month that saw UConn greatly improve, become more competitive in Hockey East, and become a stronger hockey program. January also showed that although they are Hockey East’s newest member, they are going to be active in the playoff […]
Regular Season Over: UConn Earns First Round Bye And #4 Seed!
Although UConn had some opportunities to get more points in the standings, the Huskies still capped another great regular season by finishing in the top four for the second straight year, and earned a first round bye for the third time in four years. On February 21st, 2014, UConn hosted Army on Senior Night. The […]
25 Games Down, 9 Games To Go…
In UConn’s last season in the AHA, before they move to Hockey East and the XL Center, the head coach changed from Marshall and Berard to Mike Cavanaugh. It was very disappointing that they changed coaches, but it happened. UConn started their season at No. 18 Minnesota State, but was swept in the series, with […]
An Inspirational Team For An Ispirational Season
The 2012-2013 season was the best season by far in a long time for UConn hockey, but also a very trying season as well. only five games into the season, UConn hadn’t won a single game, but their head coach, Bruce Marshall, who had been so for 25 seasons, took a medical leave of absence. […]
A Shutout Win at UConn!
On December 29, 2011, my Mom, Dad, sister, Rachel and I went to see UConn play Army in the first round of the Toyota UConn Hockey Classic. It was my sister’s first game and she was very excited. I was excited also because my Mom hadn’t come in a while. UConn got on the board […]