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Stephanie Grossi hopes there is more of everything after school

Between practices, games and classes, Syracuse’s Stephanie Grossi logged extra study time around the athletic facilities. The recent ...
Meet the Press

RIT’s Trefzger jazzed up for music, sports and news

Two reasons compelled Ed Trefzger to attend the 2010 Frozen Four in Detroit. Obviously, being the Rochester Institute ...
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Always ready for a game change

Taylor Willard studied, and may keep studying, in a state that lends its nickname to a popular brand ...
Profiles

Secrets of the ECHL’s longest-running brand

The South Carolina Stingrays have long zapped the platitude of a “non-traditional hockey market.” But beyond that, they ...
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Elkins will play on water in all forms

The Travel Channel’s website cites Costa Rica as one of the globe’s top surfing destinations. Bordered by the ...
Life After Hockey

Muskegon Fury dynasty lives on at the dealership

The Muskegon Fury employed one or more of Rob Melanson, Robin Bouchard and Todd Robinson for 15 of ...
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Jordyn Pimm: Two countries, two majors, ample options

Aside from avid viewers of political TV programs, few people catch an inside glimpse into politics’ inner workings. For Jordyn ...
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The mirthful mysteries of Dartmouth Hockey Twitter

It was Selection Sunday for men’s hockey; hardly a holiday in Hanover for 38 years and counting. The ...
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Pensavalle hits high notes as a vocal leader

Clean Bandit never knew it would be the secondhand setup player behind Yale women’s hockey player Courtney Pensavalle’s ...
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The women who put Tulsa in the Tulsa Oilers

A golf cart was as close as Amy Henderson and Jessica Adams would get to their own DeLorean. ...