The sophomore defenseman accumulated 15 points in 63 career games at UMass.
In microcosm of their season, the Minutemen can’t capitalize in losing 15th consecutive contest.
Minutemen fall victim to more penalty problems and another slow start in 6-2 loss to Friars.
The Minutemen prepare for intense and physical games this weekend against the Black Bears.
Minutemen can’t capitalize on power play opportunities in either game.
After the Minutemen and Wildcats were tied 2-2 after the opening period, UNH scored four unanswered goals, including three in the second to beat UMass for the second time this season.
After scoring a combined three power play goals in the first meeting, the Minutemen and Wildcats are set for another special team’s duel.
UMass can’t put together a full 60-minute effort against rival Wildcats in Hockey East opener.
Harvard associate head coach Paul Pearl is a leading candidate for the position with the Minutemen, according to Adam Wodon of College Hockey News.
The Minutemen dropped a 4-2 decision to No. 11 UMass Lowell Friday night at Tsongas Center, giving the River Hawks a 3-0 season sweep over UMass.
Kates and Gienieczko preview the UMass-BU hockey matchup and interview freshman defenseman Ivan Chukarov.
The Minutemen, who are currently riding an eight-game losing streak, will have their hands full when the Terriers travel to Mullins Center this weekend.
The Minutemen will take on New Hampshire Friday before heading to Merrimack on Saturday.
The Minutemen won their first Hockey East game of the season with a 4-2 win over Connecticut Friday night at the XL Center in Hartford.
UMass will travel to Chestnut Hill for a mid-week matchup with one of the best teams in the country.
Badger is one of many contributors to the Minutemen’s quick start in 2015, and is excited to return home this weekend as UMass plays in a tournament in New Jersey.
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.
Freshmen William Lagesson and Ivan Chukarov will be expected to make an immediate impact on the Minutemen’s blue line.