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River Hawks ice hockey go 1-2 in busy week

River Hawks ice hockey go 1-2 in busy week

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) “Defenseman Brehdan Engum skates up the ice against conference rival UConn.” Andrew Wilcox Connector Editor The no. 13 River Hawks came off a busy week in which they faced Hockey East rival Boston College Tuesday night on the road and then faced rival UConn at home Friday night and

River Hawks split weekend series against Boston University (BU)

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) “River Hawks forward Zach Kaiser carries the puck past the reaching stick of BU defenseman Lane Hutson.” Tanner Hume Connector Editor After a road trip that saw the River Hawks travel to Michigan State and Northeastern University, the UMass Lowell hockey team returned home on Friday Night to start

There are many obstacles for women’s ice hockey at UMass Lowell

The club women’s ice hockey team was established in 2007 (Photo courtesy of Justin Lawler) Jason Ounpraseuth Connector Editor UMass Lowell does not have a Division I women’s ice hockey team. It does, however, have a club women’s ice hockey team. The members of the team hope that UMass Lowell will someday have a Division

Hockey is life for Ben Wharram

Dorian Taylor Connector Staff It is a brisk Saturday morning in February outside of the Chelmsford Forum ice rink, and it is even colder inside. Families are gathered to watch a Bantam(13 to 14-year-old league) ice hockey game  between Billerica and Chelmsford, but games like these would not be possible without unsung heroes like 20-year-old

River Hawks snap five-game losing streak with 5-0 win on Senior Night

UMass Lowell had four different players score in the victory over Merrimack. (Matt Dwyer/Connector) Hannah Manning Connector Editor  The UMass Lowell men’s ice hockey team scored not one, not two, not three but five unanswered goals to put an end to the 2017-18 regular season and a pesky five-game losing streak. The River Hawks had

River Hawks drop final game in weekend series against Maine

Senior forward John Edwardh scored for UMass Lowell in the third period. (Matt Dwyer/Connector) Hannah Manning Connector Staff  Despite scoring two goals in the final three minutes of regulation, the UMass Lowell men’s hockey team could not play a full sixty minutes and fell 6-2 to the University of Maine Black Bears. The River Hawks

Freshman Evingson selected in NHL draft

Evingson was selected 211th overall in the most recent NHL draft. (Courtesy of the Winnipeg Jets) Hannah Manning Connector Editor Incoming freshman defenseman Croix Evingson became the third player on the 2017-18 men’s hockey roster to be drafted by the National Hockey League (NHL) on June 25. But looking past that, there is even more