Coach Greg Carvel checks off many of the top items on athletic director Ryan Bamford’s wish list for a new head coach.
Harvard associate head coach Paul Pearl is a leading candidate for the position with the Minutemen, according to Adam Wodon of College Hockey News.
After John Micheletto was fired following the Minutemen’s season, UMass is looking for a fresh start to put its program back in the national conversation.
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The Minutemen are 2-0-1 so far this year in Amherst and supporters have taken notice.
Austin Plevy, Dennis Kravchenko and Dominic Trento continued to lead UMass’ offense with eight combined points against the Huskies.
The East Longmeadow native was leading the AHL with 10 goals before being called up Friday afternoon.
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.
Minutemen coach John Micheletto wasn’t overly concerned with the final score, but did have a chance to evaluate his freshmen.
Former UMass forward Frank Vatrano scored three goals, including a game-winner, in the Bruins all-rookie prospect tournament over the weekend
After leading the Minutemen with 18 goals this season, the redshirt sophomore will forego his final two seasons of NCAA eligibility.
The Minutemen allowed three third period goals to Notre Dame to drop the second game of the Hockey East tournament’s opening round.
The Minutemen will try to avenge a 4-3 loss against the Huskies.
Frank Vatrano delivered the game-winner to lift the Minutemen to a 2-1 win coming off of Friday’s disappointing finish.
For the first time in four years, the Minutemen were able to get a win against their Hockey East rival.
The Minutemen received two different go-ahead goals from Shane Walsh and topped New Hampshire 6-4 Friday night against the Mullins Center.
The last time UMass faced Maine, it blew a two-goal lead in the third period. But the 3-2 loss also served as the starting point for an impressive offensive tear from forward Frank Vatrano.
Vatrano scored six goals and tallied three assists in five games in December.