The AJHL Rookie of the Year joins a Minutemen club undergoing major roster turnover.
The sophomore defenseman accumulated 15 points in 63 career games at UMass.
Recent addition has been putting in the extra work to better understand the Minutemen system.
Special teams continue to be a problem as the Minutemen fall short in the Mariucci Classic’s championship game against Minnesota.
After scoring a combined three power play goals in the first meeting, the Minutemen and Wildcats are set for another special team’s duel.
Late goal by UVM forward Matt Alvaro sinks the Minutemen.
Minutemen scored four goals in the third period after trailing 5-0.
UMass football dropped its third consecutive game, while Minutemen hockey opened the Greg Carvel era with a weekend split against Colorado College.
The Minutemen shutout Colorado College 3-0 triumph in their season 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.
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.
The Terriers scored three goals in the opening 4:49 en route to a 6-3 win over the Minutemen.
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.
Fryer’s transition from Junior hockey to Hockey East has been a smooth one thanks to defensive partner Ben Gallacher.
The Terriers scored five straight goals to hand the Minutemen their second straight loss.
The Minutemen earned another tie after a late three-goal third period rally against the Catamounts Sunday.
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.