25 Games Down, 9 Games To Go…

Posted by Josh on February 8, 2014 in Event, Hockey, Sports |

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 […]

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An Inspirational Team For An Ispirational Season

Posted by Josh on June 29, 2013 in Event, Hockey, Sports |

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.  […]

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UConn Hockey: The Good News and The Bad News

Posted by Josh on July 8, 2012 in Event, Hockey, Sports |

The Good News:  To follow up on my most recent article about UConn Hockey (a thrilling playoff series for UConn Hockey), UConn did lose in the quarterfinals to Air Force.  However, the put up a fight forcing a deciding game three.  They lost game one 4-3, despite leading 1-0, and 2-1, and later tying the […]

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A thrilling playoff series for UConn Hockey

Posted by Josh on March 5, 2012 in Hockey, Sports |

This past weekend, my dad and I watched both UConn’s first round playoff games on the computer.  The first game was the best and the most exciting game I’ve ever seen.  The game didn’t start off promising, because Canisius, UConn’s opponent, scored only four minutes into the game.  A Golden Griffin player took the puck […]


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