The UMass hockey team looks to end its three-game losing streak Tuesday night when it hosts Northeastern.
The UMass hockey team came up on the short end of a five-goal second period as UMass Lowell completed the season sweep for the second straight year.
The Minutemen couldn’t catch up to the River Hawks in a fast-paced affair Friday night at the Mullins Center.
The UMass hockey team hopes this weekend will be a different story than the last time it faced UMass Lowell, a game which the Minutemen lost 8-2 on Nov. 18, 2012.
UMass Lowell told the Boston Herald on Wednesday that it’s joining the America East conference next year in Division I.
Boston College hockey coach Jerry York won his 924 th career game Saturday, while New Hampshire topped UMass Lowell.
After some inconsistent play to start the season, the Massachusetts hockey team has a chance to separate itself from the bottom of the Hockey East standings against struggling opponents.
The UMass hockey team travels to Maine on Friday and hosts UMass Lowell on Sunday.
The Northeastern hockey team got goals from three of its freshman, lifting the team to an upset over No. 1 Boston College.
After a disappointing weekend against UMass Lowell, the Massachusetts hockey team looks to rebound against Northeastern and Merrimack.
The Massachusetts hockey team has yet to find success on the road to date. Meanwhile, scoring from a pair of sophomores are key components down the stretch
Senior forward Danny Hobbs continues to overcome adversity as his six-game point streak has carried the Massachusetts hockey team into the thick of the tournament race.
The Massachusetts hockey team is undefeated in 2012 and will attempt to keep that momentum going against UMass Lowell this weekend
UMass Lowell professor David Lustick spoke yesterday at at STEM lecture about the effects informal science education has on students.
The Boston College men’s hockey team received two goals from Jimmy Hayes to top UMass Lowell, 5-3, on Saturday night at Kelley Rink.
After losing five consecutive games during the winter recess, the Minutemen won their next two against UMass Lowell in a home-and-home weekend series. UMass currently sits in seventh place in the Hockey East standings, four points behind Northeastern and one point ahead of Providence.
UMass President Jack Wilson will become UMass Lowell’s University Distinguished Professor of Higher Education, Emerging Technologies and Innovation once his position as president terminates in late June this year.
Highlights of UMass hockey’s Dec. 4 5-2 victory over UML.
A poor start to the season is behind UMass now, which has won its previous two games against Vermont and Quinnipiac, 4-1 and 5-2, respectively. With three players receiving Hockey East honors last week and freshmen producing, the Minutemen are scoring more frequently and are playing their best hockey of the season.
The Minutemen earned their first winning streak of the season against the Bobcats and the Catamounts in part to their penalty kill, which allowed just one goal in 10 penalty kills and senior goalkeeper Paul Dainton’s strong play in net. Dainton made a career-high 44 saves against UVM and was named the Pure Hockey Defensive Player of the Week.