Tag: WCHA

The Collegian

Women’s WCHA should give Lindenwood a fair, long look

There is no cause to assume Minnesota-Duluth head coach Maura Crowell was dismissing the Lindenwood Lions when she ...
Profiles

Krzyzaniak preserving a program’s all-round picture

Halli Krzyzaniak only needed to stand for her first Canadian national team portrait in 2014 to tell an ...
Profiles

Brock Maschmeyer staying involved, keeping NMU fans informed

Brock Maschmeyer has experienced collegiate sports and contributed to the Northern Michigan University athletic department on multiple platforms. ...
The Collegian

Will the new men’s WCHA playoff format catch on?

If Bowling Green emerges as the WCHA playoff champion this Saturday, it will end a 27-year hiatus from ...
The Collegian

The case for universal 3-on-3 overtime in NCAA hockey

Tied hockey games are boring. That was why, in 2005. the NHL implemented a shootout to decide a ...
The Collegian

College hockey community bid many tough goodbyes in 2016

There is no other way to couch this matter. The college hockey community elicited its best attributes under ...
The Collegian

Alaska’s Governor’s Cup more about state solidarity than supremacy now

Fans on each side of the Alaska Airlines Governor’s Cup matchup can ill afford to hold their breath ...
The Collegian

NWHL should take a hint from the NCAA, move to ...

Who says the most decorated and accomplished NCAA women’s hockey alumnae cannot come home again as professionals? Why ...
The Collegian

WCHA following right precedent with new points system

With the WCHA debuting its new point distribution protocol in this weekend’s 2016-17 season opener, the nation is three ...
Meet the Press

Doyle Woody talks anxiety in Alaska, life in the Twitterverse

Doyle Woody of the Alaska Dispatch News shares some of his personal highlights from covering Alaska-Anchorage hockey, whose ...