In Friday’s 5-3 defeat to the Huskies, UMass hockey lost its senior captain in the first period of play.
Minutemen set for weekend matchups against Northeastern and UMass-Lowell.
The freshman has recorded three points over the last two games and provided valuable minutes for the Minutemen.
A competitive weekend of Hockey East action provided plenty of drama.
Massachusetts Daily Collegian senior sports multimedia producer Marc Jean-Louis and UMass Sports Weekly analyst John Andersen recap the Patriots Super Bowl over the Seahawks. Does the All-Star in sports really mean anything anymore? Daily Collegian assistant sports editor Anthony Chiusano joins the show to talk about the recent performance of the UMass hockey team and their upcoming games against Northeastern and No. 10 UMass Lowell, as well as the surge of Brandon Montour. And No. 2 Virginia lost their first game against No. 4 Duke this past weekend. How?
The Minutemen allowed six third period goals for the second consecutive time against the Terriers, in a 7-5 defeat Friday night.
UMass will have the chance to redeem an embarrassing season opener 8-1 loss to Boston University.
The Minutemen say that they are a different team since their 8-1 loss to the Terriers in October’s season opener.
Widmar, a center, currently has 30 points in 36 games for the Des Moines Buccaneers of the United States Hockey League.
Maine thumps New Hampshire in 4-0 victory and Ryan Fitzgerald leads Boston College past Connecticut.
Steve Mastalerz and Dennis Kravchenko powered UMass to a 4-1 win against Merrimack Sunday afternoon in Amherst.
The Minutemen rebounded from a Friday loss vs. Northeastern to draw even with the Violets.
In the Minutemen’s 4-1 victory over No. 14 Merrimack College Sunday, the senior goaltender made a career-high 44 saves.
The Minutemen erased a 3-1 deficit in the third period to salvage a tie with Merrimack Friday night.
The Minutemen have a chance to move out of last place in the Hockey East standings as the season winds down.
The Minutemen must rid themselves of back line blunders if it hopes to make a run in postseason play.
The UMass hockey defenseman has (finally) arrived in Amherst, and is already playing up to his immense expectations.
The 18-year-old Swedish defenseman was drafted by the Edmonton Oilers in 2014.
Just a day after triumphing over New Hampshire in the third period, UMass hockey allowed four goals in the final frame en route to a 5-2 loss.
The Minutemen are 3-3 since returning from their winter break and appear to be turning the corner after a tough start to the season.