Massachusetts Daily Collegian

A dream come true

By Patrick Strohecker

November 27, 2012

Despite the fourth NHL lockout in the last 20 years, former Massachusetts hockey star T.J. Syner is still finding a way to continue chasing his dream. After the NHL and NHL Players Association failed to come to a collect...

Minutemen hockey captain nominated for Hobey Baker Award

By Nick Canelas

January 31, 2012

In order to be nominated for the Hobey Baker Award, one must show strength and character on and off the ice. One should not only display exceptional skill in all phases of the game, but also integrity to one's team. One must also...

Three’s company

By Scott Cournoyer

January 22, 2012

Heading into its third and final matchup with Vermont last Friday the Massachusetts hockey team was clicking on all cylinders. After coming off an impressive 4-0 victory over Boston College on Jan. 13 and a dramatic 3-2 overti...

UMass takes on Harvard Friday at Mullins Center

By DailyCollegian.com Staff

December 1, 2011

The Massachusetts hockey team, currently riding a three-game losing skid, is looking to stop the bleeding Friday when they take on Harvard at the Mullins Center. UMass (4-7-3, 2-6-3 Hockey East) returns home after a three-game ro...

Minutemen look to avenge last year’s series against BC on Saturday

By Steve Levine

October 20, 2011

The Massachusetts hockey team had its fair share of troubles against Boston College last year. The Eagles, who are ranked No. 1 in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll and No. 2 in the USCHO poll, will welcome the Minutemen to Chestnut Hill on Friday for their first m...

Minutemen face Falcons in home opener

By Scott Cournoyer

October 13, 2011

Following a 3-3 draw on the road at Northeastern last Friday to open its 2011-12 season, the Massachusetts hockey team gets back to the work this weekend with a pair of games beginning Friday. UMass (0-0-1, 0-0-1 Hockey Ea...

Minutemen add size, look to make impact in Hockey East

By Scott Cournoyer

October 6, 2011

To put it bluntly, the 2010-11 season for the Massachusetts hockey team was a campaign to forget. With 14 freshmen and five contributing seniors departed from ’09-10, along with defensive miscues, shaky goaltending and the...