The players and staff arrived U.S. Bank Arena just before noon for today’s 2 p.m. showdown with North Dakota. Photos by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University
Photos by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University Rob Moura is a huge hockey fan and will be among the Northeastern faithful watching the Huskies compete in the NCAA tournament Friday afternoon. But […]
Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University The Huskies’ thrilling run to the NCAA tournament in Cincinnati marks a welcome return for Northeastern’s Jerry Keefe. Keefe, who is in his second season as […]
Northeastern got its first look at the U.S. Bank Arena rink during this afternoon’s practice, and then fielded questions from members of the media. We’ll have more content from those […]
(I’ve been waiting to write that for several days now…) Anyway, we’re here in the Queen City. The two-hour flight went smoothly, and the team is focused and loose. The guys […]
Students, faculty, and staff gathered outside of Matthews Arena on Wednesday to send the men’s hockey team on its way to Cincinnati for the Huskies’ NCAA tournament first-round matchup against North Dakota. Photos […]
In late November, the men’s hockey team was 1–11-2. Four months later, the Huskies were celebrating their first Hockey East championship since 1988. Here, head coach Jim Madigan reflects on Northeastern’s historic turnaround and looks ahead to Friday, when his club will face off against the North Dakota Fighting Hawks in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
The Huskies have high expectations for the new season, which will begin on Saturday night at Matthews Arena. As head coach Jim Madigan put it, “We want to win Hockey East, win the Beanpot, and then get to the national championship.”
The Beanpot. Hockey East. The NCAA championship. Winning all three is this season’s goal for men’s hockey. Here are the five biggest storylines heading into the new campaign, which begins on Saturday night at Matthews Arena against Vermont.
The women’s hockey team will begin the 2014–2015 season on Friday night at Syracuse. Here are five reasons why the Huskies will reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history.
The Huskies will play 13 home games during the 2014–15 regular season. Here are the five matchups at Matthews Arena you won’t want to miss.