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By Brittany Burke The Blue Devils club hockey team couldn’t hold off the top-ranked William Paterson University on home ice, dropping their second game in a row 8-2. “The positive is we’re not supposed to beat a team like Willy P and with that being said we’re gonna have to regroup and realize we’re not […]
CCSU’s hockey season might have ended last month, but for forwards Jon Knobloch and Ryan Stanley, the season was extended through this past weekend in Philadelphia at the American Collegiate Hockey Association’s All-Star Weekend.
Splitting last weekend in a single elimination tournament, the Blue Devils’ hockey season came to an end until next October.
The reigning second-ranked team in the Division II fought against the grain all season and finished the year with no trophy, no title, but hope to improve next year.
By Brittany Burke The Central Connecticut State University club hockey team may currently be ranked second in the nation in Division II American Collegiate Hockey Association hockey, but that title will not hold ground for much longer after failing to make ACHA Regionals this season. After the forfeiture of six games, the hockey team was […]
It was a clash of two state schools as the Blue Devils club hockey team took on the Western Connecticut State University Colonials over the weekend, leading to a 4-3 victory for CCSU.
The CCSU club hockey team has been forced to cancel its game against the UConn club team as part of the Hockey Fest on Feb. 19.
The CCSU club hockey team has had to forfeit three of its wins during the second half of the season due to an ineligible player.
The most generous of human beings often times do not wish to be recognized. Instead they let their generosity speak for them. Such the case happened over winter break for a club team a part of the CCSU campus community struggling to find ways to pay its substantial budget.
The CCSU hockey team took to Olympic Rink in Simsbury looking rejuvenated since its last game there. However, the team once again came up short in the third, with too little time left and lost 3-1 to the University of Massachusetts.
A four-goal streak made by Marist in the third put the Red Fox in the lead as time ran out, handing the CCSU hockey team its second consecutive loss.
Following a 6-1 Saturday loss against third-ranked Montclair last week, the Blue Devils took to the ice with a must-win mentality, but it didn’t transfer to on-ice play.