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Posts Tagged ‘Central Collegiate Hockey Association.’

Michigan shuts out OSU before season-high 9,828 fans at VCA


(courtesy of University of Michigan via wikipedia commons)

Eventhough the Ohio State Buckeyes hockey team has gotten off to a solid start in the current CCHA season, the Michigan Wolverines is still the team to beat if they want to be league champions.

With Gordon “Red” Berensen on the bench since 1984, spanning 28 seasons and has a record of 743-346-75 and will always have the Wolverines in CCHA contention.

Michigan is working on a 22nd straight NCAA Tournament appearance.

Before a Friday night crowd of 9,828 at Value City Arena,  Michigan showed that they are the team to beat, by scoring twice in the first period on their way to a 4-0 win over the shocked Buckeyes.

Before the game, OSU was in first-place and ranked #2 in the nation.

The win by Michigan (13-8-4, 7-6-4-1 CCHA) have more experienced team than OSU, with 10 players on their roster who have been drafted by NHL teams.

Ohio State plays eight freshmen and are getting their feet wet with on-the-job-training in the rugged Central Collegiate Hockey Association.

Michigan, who got off to a slow start, has been playing well in its last eight games at 6-0-2. Ohio State, lost last weekend to Bowling Green in back-to-back shootouts.


Info compiled from University of Michigan & Ohio State athletics news

OSU men’s hockey wins at Michigan, 2-1


Darik Angeli (courtesy of OSU athletics)

The Ohio State Buckeyes men’s hockey team won at Ann Arbor behind the stick of Darik Angeli.

Angeli scored both goals for OSU, including the game-winner at 7:53 of the 3rd period which helped the Buckeyes to a 2-1 win over Michigan at Yost Arena in Central Collegiate Hockey Association action.

OSU extended its unbeaten streak to eight games and winning streak to six and now are 9-3-1, 6-2-1-1.

Michigan scored first in the opening period on a goal by Mac Bennett at the 4:34 mark.

Michigan, who falls to 7-4-2, 3-4-2-1, will try to split the two-game series at 7:30 Saturday night (tonight).


Info courtesy of Ohio State athletics

Ohio State beats Alaska-Fairbanks in shootout


Chris Crane (courtesy of OSU athletics)

Alaska-Fairbanks outshot the OSU men’s hockey team 36-22 overall and 33-11 in the last two periods, but the game’s outcome came in the shootout.

Chris Crane scored the game-winning shootout goal to lead the Ohio State Buckeyes past their rivals from the nation’s 49th state in a Central Collegiate Hockey Association contest at Value City Arena, Thursday night.

Ohio State (3-3-1, 2-2-1-1) also received goals from Ben Gallacher and Alex Carlson.

Alaska-Fairbanks drops to 3-2-2, 0-1-2.


Info courtesy of Ohio State athletics



Ohio State men’s hockey beats Michigan State on road


Chris Crane (courtesy of OSU athletics)

Chris Crane, Cal Heeter and Kevin Walrod were the heroes as the Ohio State men’s hockey team won in East Lansing, Michigan, beating Michigan State, 5-2.

Crane and Walrod each scored two goals and Heeter made 26 saves for the Buckeyes in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association contest.

The Buckeyes are 3-3, 2-2 in the CCHA.




Info compiled from Ohio State athletics

Notre Dame joining Hockey East; gets NBC TV deal


(courtesy of Hockey East via wikipedia commons)

The Hockey East Conference is very strong. Its member’s include: Boston College, Boston University, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Massachusetts-Lowell, Merrimack, New Hampshire, Northeastern University, Providence College and Vermont.

The league just got stronger with the addition of Notre Dame.

The Fighting Irish are leaving the lame-duck Central Collegiate Hockey Association for Hockey East beginning with the 2013-14 season. The program will get much-needed national exposure with a TV deal with NBC.

NBC, which has been airing Notre Dame football games for more than twenty years, will televise Irish hockey, and will also add the other Hockey East teams as needed.

Details of the TV deal are not completed.

Notre Dame, which has been a member of the CCHA since 1992, will become the 11th member of Hockey East.


Info compiled from Hockey East Conference & Notre Dame athletic news

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