The Minutemen stormed back from a 6-1 deficit to tie the Wildcats at Mullins Center Friday night for its best start since 2009.
A four-goal third period sparked a Minutemen comeback after they trailed by as many as five goals Friday.
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The Minutemen open their tough Hockey East schedule with the Wildcats on Saturday.
The sophomore has recorded 12 points in his last 14 games, dating back to last year.
A hat trick from Dennis Kravchenko led the Minutemen to their third consecutive victory Friday.
After struggling in the third period all of last year, the Minutemen have started 2015-16 with strong play in the final frame.
The Minutemen, coming off two wins last weekend, will host the Pioneers Friday night at the Mullins Center.
The Minutemen picked up their first win to start the season since 2012, as nine different players picked up points in a 6-3 victory.
Ross Gienieczko writes that the Minutemen’s incoming freshmen should give fans cause for optimism in 2015-2016.
In one of the toughest conferences in college sports, the Minutemen look to improve on last year with a large recruiting class.
With 19 underclassmen on the roster and the absence of Brandon Montour and Frank Vatrano, the Minutemen have numerous questions entering the season.
With the departure of captain Troy Power, the Massachusetts hockey team voted Iacobellis to assume the vacant position.
Freshmen William Lagesson and Ivan Chukarov will be expected to make an immediate impact on the Minutemen’s blue line.
With a team that better fits his desired style of play, Micheletto and the Minutemen hope for a rebound year in 2015.
Minutemen coach John Micheletto wasn’t overly concerned with the final score, but did have a chance to evaluate his freshmen.
Shane Walsh and Ben Gallacher were arrested for noise complaints, while Henry Dill was charged for disorderly conduct.
Former UMass forward Frank Vatrano scored three goals, including a game-winner, in the Bruins all-rookie prospect tournament over the weekend
Trento, a sophomore, embarked on a 500-mile bike ride from his hometown to New York City this summer.
Incoming freshman Ivan Chukarov and 2016 recruit Jake Massie were drafted by the Sabres and Hurricanes respectively in the late rounds of Saturday’s draft.