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River Hawks score three in tie

AJ White found the back of the net twice, as the River Hawks tied the Northeastern Huskies in ice hockey with three goals a piece. While they couldn’t add another tally under the wins bracket, Friday night was a good offensive showing for the River Hawks. They played at a high pace, and shot the

River Hawks turn it up to eleven

Shane Foley Connector Editor The UMass Lowell hockey team continued finding the back of the net in last Friday’s action. Scoring 11 goals in their first two games, they beat the Quinnipiac Bobcats by a score of 6-3. Despite the big score, this was a fairly close game for the first two periods. Six of

River Hawks open season with major victory

Shane Foley Connector Editor After being eliminated from the NCAA Frozen Four last year, UMass Lowell began the season with revenge over nemesis Boston College with a 5-2 victory. UMass Lowell earned a long stat sheet Friday night, with many different players contributing, from senior veterans to team captains. 11 different River Hawks registered points

Dana Skinner: 18 years of excellence

Shane Foley and Nick Giannino Connector Editors “When you have a good ice hockey team, it lights up the entire campus,” said Dana Skinner, UMass Lowell athletic director. After winning back to back Hockey East championships, the River Hawks look to light up this particular campus again. Skinner has been with the university for 18

Op. Ed: #UnitedInBlue

Andrew Tuminelli UML Waldo The past few years as a UMass Lowell fan have been absolutely amazing. I along with hundreds of others have been able to watch the best teams in UMass Lowell hockey history. I have seen them win the Hockey East regular season title, win the Hockey East Tournament two years in

‘NHL 15’ hits hard with hockey fans, gamers alike

Derek McLeod Connector Contributor Bruins fans rejoice! Our own Saint Patrice graces the cover of this year’s installment of the perennially stellar “NHL” series, bringing pride to black and gold as he beat out Public Enemy Number One PK Subban of the Montreal Canadiens for the spot. And it’s no surprise that “NHL”: Bergy Edition

Chasing Hockey East championships

Shane Foley Connector Editor A large incoming class of freshman. The loss of several players to the NHL, including a Mike Richter award winner. Strong Hockey East competition. Three goalies battling for the starting position. A new source of leadership. Apparently none of these things are fazing the UMass Lowell River Hawks hockey team. “Every

Must-play hockey video games

Derek McLeod Connector Contributor Anybody who knows their hockey is going tell you that it’s “NHL ’94” every day of the week, but let’s start with the basics, shall we? “Blades of Steel” (NES, Konami, 1988) – “BLADDDAES OFF STEELLEE!” shouts the primitive voice sample as you fire up the first true classic of hockey

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