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Other AHA Hockey Quarterfinal Series - Game #1 Scores - Friday, March 15, 2013.
#4 - Connecticut 4 - #5 Robert Morris 1 - Connecticut leads best-of-three series 1-0.
#6 - Mercyhurst 6 - #3 Holy Cross 3 - Mercyhurst leads best-of-three series series 1-0.

Atlantic Hockey Quarterfinal Series Recaps - Game #1 - Friday, March 15, 2013 -
http://www.atlantichockeyonline.com/...ws/recap031513

Iuorio pots pair, Chubak kicks out 25 to lead Niagara past RIT - Thomas Baldwin - USCHO Arena Reporter - USCHO.com - March 15, 2013.

Lewiston, NY - Some might have thought this Atlantic Hockey series might be one in which the proverbial “last shot wins.” It could and should be that close, some proclaimed. If Friday night’s game was any indication, it might very well be.

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Zanette's OT Goal Sends The Purple Eagles to AHA Semis - Niagara Athletics - PurpleEagles.com - March 16, 2013.

NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, NY –The No. 14 Niagara hockey team will make its second consecutive trip to the Atlantic Hockey semifinals as Marc Zanette scored the overtime game-winner to defeat the RIT Tigers in the AHA quarterfinal Saturday evening at Dwyer Arena. Niagara (23-8-5) outshot the Tigers, 41-35, and tied the record 22 game home ice unbeaten streak to earn its spot in in the semifinals being held at the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, N.Y. where the team will face UConn, Mercyhurst or Canisius on Friday, March 21.

(LaxSabre: They will face Canisius as the Griffins are the lowest seed remaining of the three teams listed above. Canisius won Game #2 over Air Force - 4-3 (and the series 2-0) on Saturday night - on an Duncan McKeller goal 1:06 into the first overtime. Canisius and Niagara will be meet in one AHA semifinal at the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, NY next Friday.)

With the game tied at one and 13:12 remaining on the clock in extra time, Ryan Murphy picked up a bouncing puck in the slot, pulling it to the right of RIT netminder Jordan Ruby before finding Zanette through a trio of Tiger defensemen. Zanette was waiting on the doorstep, pulling the trigger for his first game-winner of the season. “Marc has a warrior mindset,” head coach David Burkholder said. “I didn’t have to make him a captain because he’s one of our leaders on and off the ice. He has given everything he has to this program and I’m so happy that we get to continue this ride with this team.”

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Boxscore - http://www.purpleeagles.com/document...6M.pdf?id=1560


Men's hockey has 2012-13 season come to a close with heartbreaking overtime loss at Niagara - RITAthletics.com - March 16, 2013.

NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, NY – Marc Zanette scored 13:12 into overtime to lift host Niagara (23-8-5), ranked No. 15 nationally, to the Atlantic Hockey Association semifinals with a 2-1 win over the RIT men’s hockey team in game two of the AHA Quarterfinals series at Dwyer Arena on Saturday evening. The loss eliminates RIT from postseason season play, as the Tigers finish the season 15-18-5.

Ryan Murphy collected a turnover along the left side boards and fed a perfect cross-ice pass to Zanette, who was wide open at the right face-off circle. Zanette wired a shot past a diving Jordan Ruby (Tavistock, Ontario/Wellington Dukes) for the game-winner to send the top-seeded Purple Eagles to Rochester for the AHA Seminfinals next weekend.

RIT is now 16-8 all-time AHA Postseason contests since becoming eligible for the league’s postseason in 2007-08. It is the first time that RIT played away from Rochester in any AHA postseason contests and first time they did not qualify for the AHA Semifinals. RIT finished 0-3-2 against Niagara this season and is 3-12-8 all-time against the Purple Eagles and 1-10-6 in the Division I era. This was the second time that the two teams have met in the postseason, as the Tigers ended Niagara’s season last year with a 2-1 overtime win in the AHA Semifinals at Blue Cross Arena.

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Boxscore - http://www.ritathletics.com/boxscore...352&path=mhock

Other Atlantic Hockey Quarterfinal Series - Game #2 Scores - Saturday, March 16.
#7 - Canisius 4 - #2 - Air Force 3 - OT - Canisius wins series 2-0.
#4 - Connecticut 4 - #5 - Robert Morris 3 - Connecticut wins series 2-0.
#3 - Holy Cross 3 - #6 - Mercyhurst 2 - Series Tied 1-1 - Game #3 -Sunday, March 17 at Holy Cross - 7:00 pm ET.


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McKellar Sends Griffs Hockey to AHA Semifinals! - Canisius Athletics - GoGriffs.com - March 16, 2013.

USAF Academy, Colorado - Junior defender Duncan McKellar scored 68 seconds into overtime to lead the seventh-seeded Canisius College hockey team to a two-game sweep at second-seeded and two-time defending champion Air Force on Saturday night. The Griffs posted the 4-3 overtime victory to win their sixth-straight game - the team's longest winning streak since the 1999-00 campaign - and improve to 17-18-5. The Falcons finish their season with a 17-13-7 mark.

Just over a minute into the extra session, Air Force attempted to clear the puck out of its zone. However, McKellar intercepted the pass at the blue line. The junior then faked a shot to get a defender on the ice, skated around him and fired a shot from the left boards. The puck deflected off another Falcon defender, going in the air and over the Falcons' Jason Torf in goal. The puck dropped six inches beyond the goal line, sending the Griffs to the Atlantic Hockey semifinals for the third time in school history.

It marks just the second time in 32 all-time Atlantic Hockey series that the road team emerged victorious - the Griffs also won as a five seed at fourth-seeded Mercyhurst in 2010. Canisius also became the first team in league history to win two rounds to advance to the Atlantic Hockey Semifinals. All it took was winning at second-seeded Air Force, who won each of the last two league championships and five of the last six.

Senior Preston Shupe, junior Kyle Gibbons and sophomore Matthew Grazen all added goals for the Griffs as the team rallied from a two-goal deficit late in the second period. Junior Tony Capobianco was once again outstanding in net. The junior netminder stopped a career-best 50 shots, establishing a new Division I postseason record for the Griffs.

Canisius now turns its attention toward the league's semifinals. The Griffs will square off with top-seeded and local rival Niagara on Friday in Rochester with a trip to the Atlantic Hockey Championship Game on the line.

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Air Force's season ends with 4-3 overtime loss to Canisius - Air Force Athletics - GoAirForceFalcons.com - March 16, 2013.

US AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colorado - Canisius defenseman Duncan McKellar scored the game-winning goal 1:08 into overtime as seventh-seeded Canisius beat second-seeded Air Force, 4-3, in game two of the Atlantic Hockey Association best-of-three quarterfinal series, Saturday, March 16, at the Academy's Cadet Ice Arena. Canisius won the series after winning game one of the series, 4-3, on Friday. Canisius will advance to the AHA Final Four in Rochester, N.Y., next weekend to face top-seeded Niagara.

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Boxscore - http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/...0130317aaa.pdf

Other Atlantic Hockey Quarterfinal Series - Game #2 Scores - Saturday, March 16.
#1 - Niagara 2 - RIT 1 - OT - Niagara wins series 2-0.
#4 - Connecticut 4 - #5 - Robert Morris 3 - Connecticut wins series 2-0.
#3 - Holy Cross 3 - #6 - Mercyhurst 2 - Series Tied 1-1 - Game #3 -Sunday, March 17 at Holy Cross - 7:00 pm ET.

Atlantic Hockey Quarterfinal Series Recaps - Game #2 - Saturday, March 16 -
http://www.atlantichockeyonline.com/...ws/recap031613


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Zanette's Overtime Winner Eliminates RIT, Advances Niagara - Thomas Baldwin - USCHO Arena Reporter - USCHO.com - March 16, 2013.

LEWISTON, N.Y. — This series was as close as advertised. Maybe closer. Sure, it will go into the record books as a two-game sweep for Niagara, which took another giant step towards its first NCAA tournament berth in five years.

The Purple Eagles took that next step in heart-stopping and dramatic fashion in the 2-1 overtime victory over the Rochester Institute of Technology on Saturday night in an inflamed and noisy Dwyer Arena. They will play an undetermined opponent next Friday night in an Atlantic Hockey semifinal game at Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, N.Y. (LaxSabre - we now know Canisius - as the lowest remaining seed left in the AHA tournament - will be their semifinal opponent. Canisius won their quarterfinal series vs Air Force - 2-0.)

http://www.uscho.com/recaps/2013/03/...ances-niagara/

Sunday, March 17 Schedule - All Game #3s - All Series Tied 1-1.
AHA - 5:00 pm ET - Mercyhurst at Holy Cross.
CCHA - 7:00 pm ET - Michigan State at Miami, Ohio. Ferris State at Ohio State.
ECAC - 7:00 pm ET - Cornell at Quinnipiac. Brown at Rensselaer.
Hockey East - 4:30 pm ET - New Hampshire at Providence - TV: LIVE on NESN.
WCHA - 8:00 pm ET - Michigan Tech at North Dakota - TV: LIVE on Fox College Sports Pacific.
Nebraska-Omaha at Minnesota State. 9:00 pm ET - Colorado College at Denver.

Teams who have advance - won their series 2-0 - AHA - Niagara, Canisius, Connecticut. CCHA - Notre Dame, Michigan. ECAC - Union, Yale. Hockey East - Boston College, Boston University, Massachusetts-Lowell. WCHA - St. Cloud State, Minnesota, Wisconsin.


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Atlantic Hockey Quarterfinal Series - Game #3 Score - Sunday, March 17 -
#6 - Mercyhurst 1 - #3 - Holy Cross 0 - Mercyhurst wins series 2-1.

Mercyhurst Athletic Communications - AtlanticHockeyOnline.com -

WORCESTER, Mass. - Mercyhurst junior netminder Jordan Tibbett couldn't have picked a better time to record his first career shutout. Tibbett stopped 28 Holy Cross shots on Sunday night and senior Grant Blakey scored the game's lone goal as Mercyhurst defeated Holy Cross 1-0 at the Hart Center in Worcester, Mass.

Blakey scored his 13th goal of the season thanks to a centering pass from linemate Daniel Bahntge at 6:49 of the first. Little did anyone at the Hart Center realize that would be the only lamplighter of the contest. It would prove to be Blakey's second game-winner of the series. He scored the game one winner near the midway mark of the third period. He has five game-winning goals this season.

http://www.atlantichockeyonline.com/...ws/recap031713

Atlantic Hockey Semifinals - Friday, March 22 - at Blue Cross Arena - Rochester, N.Y.
Semifinal #1: #7 Canisius vs. #1 Niagara - 4:05 pm ET. Semifinal #2: #6 Mercyhurst vs. #4 Connecticut - 7:05 pm ET (appox).
Atlantic Hockey Championship - Saturday, March 23 - at Blue Cross Arena - Rochester, N.Y.
Championship Game - Winners Of Semifinals - 7:05 pm ET.


Three Things: Atlantic Hockey - Monday, March 18 - Chris Lerch - USCHO.com Columnist - USCHO.com -

Three things from the penultimate weekend in Atlantic Hockey for the 2012-2013 season:

Things change - For the first time since 2007, Atlantic Hockey will have a new champion. Air Force, which won titles in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2012 will not be in Rochester for championship weekend for first time since entering the league in the 2006-2007 season. The Falcons were swept on home ice by Canisus, 4-3 on Friday and by the same score in overtime on Saturday.

Read more: http://www.uscho.com/atlantic-hockey...nday-march-18/

Things stay the same - As mention above, the other perennial team at Blue Cross Arena on championship weekend has been RIT, but the Tigers won’t be there after getting swept at top seed and 15th-ranked Niagara. The results kept RIT winless against the Purple Eagles in 12 attempts at Dwyer Arena dating back to 1996. It also kept alive a streak of unbeaten games for the Niagara on home ice that has now reached 22 games, dating back to last season and now carrying over to 2013-2014, making Niagara the only Division I team to avoid a loss at home this season (15-0-2). Amazingly, the Purple Eagles have done this before, going unbeaten for 22 games between 2006 and 2007.

Read more: http://www.uscho.com/atlantic-hockey...nday-march-18/

Be there or be square - The 2006-2007 season was the first time Rochester’s Blue Cross Arena hosted the Atlantic Hockey championships. RIT was in the second of its transition years from Division III to Division I and ineligible for the AHA tournament. Attendance for the tournament that year, which featured an Army-Air Force matchup in the semifinals, drew 780 people on Friday and 713 on Saturday. Rink holds 10,313 for hockey.

Read more: http://www.uscho.com/atlantic-hockey...nday-march-18/


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Sunday, March 17 - Conference Tournament Scores - Game 3's - All Series Tied 1-1.

AHA - Mercyhurst 1 - Holy Cross 0 - Mercyhurst wins series 2-1.
CCHA - Miami, Ohio 4 Michigan State 1 - Ohio State 3 Ferris State 2. Miami, Ohio and Ohio State win their series 2-1.
ECAC - Quinnipiac 3 Cornell 2 (2 OT) - Brown 3 Rensselaer 2 - Quinnipiac and Brown win their series 2-1.
Hockey East - Providence 3 New Hampshire 2 - Providence wins series 2-1.
WCHA - North Dakota 6 Michigan Tech 0 - Minnesota State 3 Nebraska-Omaha 1 - Colorado College 4 Denver 3 -
North Dakota, Minnesota State and Colorado College win their series 2-1.

Teams who have advance - won their series 2-0 - AHA - Niagara, Canisius, Connecticut. CCHA - Notre Dame, Michigan.
ECAC - Union, Yale. Hockey East - Boston College, Boston University, Massachusetts-Lowell. WCHA - St. Cloud State, Minnesota, Wisconsin.

Teams who have advance - won their series 2-1 - AHA - Mercyhurst. CCHA - Miami, Ohio, Ohio State. ECAC - Quinnipiac and Brown.
Hockey East - Providence. WCHA - North Dakota, Minnesota State, Colorado College.


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So mad my boys didn't pull it out last night but after losing 10-0 the night before i'm just glad they showed up and had a chance to win it. I think we would have been a dangerous team if we made it. Have our top 2 lines and goalie back next year...should be a good team.

Don't really care that much now. I'm not a big hockey guy but I guess i'll keep tabs on Niagara.

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With the weekend's results, a couple more teams are prime for free agents now .. using USofH's strong class of college free agents to hit market soon, that includes UNO's Sustr (junior; RHD; 6-8 225; 9+16) and Walters (junior; left wing; 6-0 196; 22+30):
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Andrej Sustr — D — Nebraska Omaha — One look down the roster and you already get a good idea as to why Sustr is a hot name on the market. He stands at a listed 6-foot-8, 225 pounds, so there’s the hook. What sells Sustr however isn’t his size alone.

The big Czech can really move on the ice and has taken leaps — not steps — forward in his development over three seasons with Dean Blais at UNO. Sustr has really soft hands for a bigger guy and can hammer the puck from the point. He’s nimble on his feet and has some good recovery speed.

The big man saw a solid uptick in offensive production this year, which is only enhancing his value. He has already posted career highs with nine goals and 14 assists this season, averaging 0.64 points per game.

Sustr still is fairly rough around the edges, so he’s a guy a team will want to take some time with to develop further. It’s somewhat rare to see this kind of upside in a 22-year-old, but it’s there. He’s still growing into his game and might be on the cusp of something special.

The Sustr Sweepstakes will be fervid. He had a chance to turn pro last season with offers from a reported 20 teams, but was wise to stay another year and move to the head of this class where there’s more urgency for him to get signed and perhaps more options for the right situation. Sustr was invited to participate in both Pittsburgh’s and Tampa Bay’s rookie camps last season.

It’s remarkable to see how far his game has come since he played for the Youngstown Phantoms in the USHL four years ago. He wasn’t much more than a raw, gangly defenseman then. Now he’s got clear top-four NHL upside.

After Sustr and DeKeyser, there’s a second tier of free agents available that should receive heavy interest, but not quite the frenzy expected for the other two.
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The Bulldogs kept a lid on the Saint's high-scoring line of Greg Carey, Kyle Flanagan and Jeremy Wick, shutting them out for the series and allowing them only a total of eight shots on goal on Saturday despite a lot of ice time both five on five and on power plays.
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Jared Coreau — G — Northern Michigan — Though he’s less heralded than a lot of the others, Coreau might be one of the hottest college goalies on the market this year. At 6-4, 208, he has the size the NHL covets in his position and he saw a lot of action as a junior. He posted a .919 save percentage this year after .928 last season with a lighter work load. Coreau would be an intriguing pick up for any team looking to bolster goaltending depth, should he choose to leave school.
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The 10th-seeded Northern Michigan University hockey team had its 2012-13 season come to an end on Saturday (March 9) night with a 6-2 loss to the seventh-seeded University of Michigan in the first round of the Central Collegiate Hockey Association playoffs. The Wildcats finished with an overall record of 15-19-4.

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Coreau had 21 saves in the first period. It was the third time this season he had 40 saves. Coreau also stopped a penalty shot by AJ Treais.
Ferris State's Kyle Bonis (senior; captain; left wing; 5-11 175; 19+8) and Scott Czarnowczan (junior; LHD; 5-10 176 ; 0+5) .. and Lake Superior State's Kellan Lain (junior; center; 6-6 220; 8+8), but he has already signed with Vancouver.

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Scratch NMU's goalie Jared Coreau off the list, as he'll be signing with Detroit it seems:
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NU Sits at No. 14 in USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll - Niagara University Athletics - Monday, March 18 - PurpleEagles.com

Niagara University, Lewiston, NY - Niagara hockey has been ranked No. 14 in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll for the second straight week, as announced this afternoon. In addition, the Purple Eagles remain No. 15 in the USCHO.com NCAA Division I poll.

NU received 78 points in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll, making this the sixth time the Purps have been ranked on the top-15 poll during the 2012-13 campaign—the most since the 1999-00 season when the squad was ranked nine weeks out of the season.

The USCHO.com poll saw the Purple Eagles receive a season-high 339 points to remain on the poll for the program-best 16th consecutive week. The NCAA Tournament PairWise Comparison Ratings, which helps determine the NCAA field of 16, has Niagara up four spots to ninth, tied with Notre Dame and Minnesota State. http://www.purpleeagles.com/index.aspx

Atlantic Hockey Press Release - Monday, March 18 - AtlanticHockeyOnline.com - http://www.atlantichockeyonline.com/...ywinners031813


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Atlantic Hockey Conference Tournament - Semifinals/Championship Final - Blue Cross Arena - Rochester, NY.
Friday, March 22 - 4:00 pm ET - Semifinal #1 - #7-Canisius vs #1-Niagara - TV: LIVE - TWCSC Buffalo/Rochester.
7:00 pm ET - Semifinal #2 - #6-Mercyhurst vs #4-Connecticut - TV: LIVE - TWCSC Buffalo/Rochester.
Saturday, March 23 - 7:00 pm ET - Championship Final - Semifinal Winners - TV: LIVE - TWCSC Buffalo/Rochester.

WCHA Conference Tournament - Quarterfinals/Semifinals/Championship Final - Xcel Energy Center - St. Paul, Minnesota.
Thursday, March 21 - 3:00 pm ET - Quarterfinal #1 - #5-Minnesota State vs #4-Wisconsin - TV: LIVE - FS North/FCS Central.
8:00 pm ET - Quarterfinal #2 - #6-Colorado College vs #3-North Dakota - TV: LIVE - FS North/FCS Central.
Friday, March 22 - 3:00 pm ET - Semifinal #1 - #5-Minnesota State/#4-Wisconsin Winner vs #1-St. Cloud State - TV: LIVE - FSN/FCS Central.
8:00 pm ET - Semifinal #2 - #6-Colorado College/#3-North Dakota Winner vs #2-Minnesota - TV: LIVE - FS North/FCS Central.
Saturday, March 23 - 8:00 pm ET - Championship Final - Semifinal Winners - TV: LIVE - FS North/FCS Pacific.

Hockey East Conference Tournament - Semifinals/Championship Final - TD Bank Garden - Boston, Massachusetts.
Friday, March 22 - 5:00 pm ET - Semifinal #1 - #4-Providence College vs #1-UMass-Lowell - TV: LIVE - NBCSN/NESN.
8:00 pm ET - Semifinal #2 - #2-Boston College vs #3-Boston University - TV: LIVE - NBCSN/NESN.
Saturday, March 23 - 7:00 pm ET - Championship Final - Semifinal Winners - TV: LIVE - NBCSN/NESN Plus.

CCHA Conference Tournament - Semifinals/Championship Final - Joe Louis Arena - Detroit, Michigan.
Saturday, March 23 - 1:00 pm ET - Semifinal #1 - #3-Ohio State vs #2-Notre Dame - TV: LIVE - FS Detroit Plus/FCS Pacific/MSG Plus.
4:00 pm ET - Semifinal #2 - #4-Michigan vs #1-Miami, Ohio - TV: LIVE - FS Detroit Plus/FCS Pacific.
(Tape Delay - Sunday, March 24 - 1:00 am ET - MSG Plus)
Sunday, March 24 - 2:00 pm ET - Championship Final - Semifinal Winners - TV: LIVE - FS Detroit/FCS Atlantic/MSG Plus.

ECAC Conference Tournament - Semifinals/Third Place/Championship Final - Boardwalk Hall - Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Friday, March 22 - 4:00 pm ET - Semifinal #1 - #7-Brown vs #1-Quinnipiac - TV: LIVE - FCS Atlantic.
7:00 pm ET - Semifinal #2 - #4-Union vs #3-Yale - TV: LIVE - FCS Atlantic.
Saturday, March 23 - 4:00 pm ET - Third Place - Semifinal Losers - TV: None.
7:00 pm ET - Championship Final - Semifinal Winners - TV: LIVE - FCS Atlantic.

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Purple Eagles Land 4 on All-Conference Teams - Niagara University Athletics - PurpleEagles.com - Tuesday, March 19.

HAVERHILL, Mass. – Four Purple Eagles from the No. 14 Niagara hockey team were named to the Atlantic Hockey All-Conference Teams for the 2012-13 regular season as announced on Tuesday. Giancarlo Iuorio and Carsen Chubak earned a spot on the First Team All-Conference for the first time in their careers, while Dan Weiss was placed on the Second Team All-Conference and Kevin Ryan was selected as a Third Team All-Conference honoree.

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Kyle Gibbons Earns All-Atlantic Hockey Honors - Canisius College Athletics - GoGriffs.com - Tuesday, March 19.

HAVERHILL, Mass. - Junior Kyle Gibbons of the Canisius College hockey team collected third-team All-Atlantic Hockey honors, announced by the conference on Tuesday. Gibbons leads the Griffs with 36 points, 18 goals and 18 assists this season. His 38 points are currently the seventh most in the program's Division I record book, while his 18 goals are tied for fifth. Gibbons also ranks fifth in Atlantic Hockey in points and fourth in goals, while placing 50th nationally with 0.92 points per game and 25th with 0.46 goals per game.

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Atlantic Hockey Names All-Conference Teams - AtlanticHockeyOnline.com - Tuesday, March 19.

HAVERHILL, Mass. - The Atlantic Hockey Association and its coaches have chosen the All-Conference Teams for the 2012-13 regular season.
All student-athletes were nominated by their own coaches and voted on by the remaining 11 coaches.

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RIT hockey with an outdoor game next season at Frontier Field.

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The #Amerks are going outside. Will play an outdoor game at Frontier Field in December. #RIT men's and women's hockey to play also.

Link: https://twitter.com/kevinoDandC/stat...81215380017153

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RIT hockey with an outdoor game next season at Frontier Field.

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The #Amerks are going outside. Will play an outdoor game at Frontier Field in December. #RIT men's and women's hockey to play also.

Link: https://twitter.com/kevinoDandC/stat...81215380017153
Posted in the Amerks thread too, but the RIT game, at least, has a date and an opponent. 12/15 vs. Niagara. Doubleheader with the Amerks, or two games on two days?https://twitter.com/DropThePuckWHTK/...52767769358336

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The Rochester Americans' outdoor "Celebration of Hockey" will be a 10-day festival that runs Dec. 13-22 at Frontier Field.

The RIT double-header - Men vs Niagara and Women vs Clarkson - will be played on Saturday, Dec 14. The Amerks will played ??? (an opponent other than Syracuse) on Friday, Dec 13. There will be a Amerks-Sabres Alumni game on Sunday, Dec 15. There will also be at least six Section V High-School games to be played on Saturday, Dec 21.

Aside from the scheduled hockey games, 75-minute blocks of ice time will be sold to charities, corporations and the public. Adult and youth league games also will have the opportunity to play outside at Frontier Field throughout the week.

http://www.democratandchronicle.com/...tier-Field-RIT

Men's and women's hockey to play first outdoor games at Rochester's Frontier Field on Dec. 14, 2013 -
RIT Athletics - RITAthletics.com - Thursday, March 21.

ROCHESTER, NY – The RIT men’s and women’s hockey teams announced today that they will play their first outdoor games at Rochester’s Frontier Field as part of a doubleheader on Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013. The women will play Clarkson University in the opener, while the men will play Niagara University. Game times will be announced at a later date.

“We are absolutely thrilled to be part of this wonderful community event,” said RIT Executive Director of Athletics Lou Spiotti. “I speak for all of our coaches and student-athletes when I say that RIT is proud to provide quality collegiate hockey to our fans, alumni and the Rochester community. We are honored to be asked to participate and to have league partner Niagara University and Liberty League partner, Clarkson University join us for this event. We will work very hard to make this a memorable experience for all.”

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This Week in Atlantic Hockey - Prospect of more than one team moving on adds intrigue to Atlantic Hockey Championship.

Chris Lerch - Atlantic Hockey Columnist - USCHO.com - Thursday, March 21.

At this point of the Atlantic Hockey season, I’d normally report that four teams are going to the championship in Rochester, N.Y., and that only one would move on. But this year may be different.

Niagara is tied for ninth in the PairWise Rankings entering the conference championship weekend. The Purple Eagles would just assume win their way into the NCAA tournament, but it looks like Niagara may have an alternate path if defeated in Rochester this weekend. Estimates show Niagara with upwards of a 95 percent chance of getting an at-large bid should it falter.

This has happened twice before in Atlantic Hockey history. Holy Cross in 2006 and Air Force in 2009 were both in the top 16 in the PWR going into the conference championship. Both won their way into the tournament. But neither was as much of a lock as Niagara looks to be.

The added intrigue makes this year’s final four even more interesting. Neither Air Force nor Rochester Institute of Technology made it to Blue Cross Arena, seeing their streaks end of advancing to the semifinals in every year that they were eligible: six times for the Falcons and five times for the Tigers.

But enough about teams that will not be at BCA. Each of the four teams left standing has its own story line and its own history to be made.

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Griffs Face Rival Niagara in Atlantic Hockey Semis - Canisius College Athletics - GoGriffs.com - March 21.

Canisius (17-18-5, 12-13-2 AHA) vs. Niagara (23-8-5, 20-5-2 AHA) - Atlantic Hockey Semifinal #1 -
Date: March 22, 2013 - Time: 4:00 pm ET - Location: Rochester, NY - Rink: Blue Cross Arena -
TV: Time Warner Sports Channel Buffalo/Time Warner Cable Sports Channel Rochester - LIVE.
Online Video Webcast - American One Network. Audio - GoGriffs.com

Having won its last six games, including four-straight in the postseason, the Canisius College hockey team now turns its attention toward local rival Niagara in the Atlantic Hockey Semifinals. The Griffs and Purple Eagles are set to meet in Rochester on Friday at 4:05 pm ET.

SCOUTING THE GRIFFS - Canisius finished the regular-season in seventh place in the Atlantic Hockey standings with a 12-13-2 mark. The Griffs are 17-18-5 overall. The Griffs are coming off a two-game sweep at second-seeded and two-time defending champions, Air Force. Junior Kyle Gibbons – a third team All-Atlantic Hockey selection, leads the Griffs with 36 points, 18 goals and 18 assists this season. Junior Tony Capobianco has anchored the nation’s 11th-ranked defense with a 2.35 goals against average and .929 save percentage.

ABOUT THE PURPLE EAGLES - Niagara finished first in the Atlantic Hockey standings with a 20-5-2 conference record. Overall, the Purple Eagles are 23-8-5 during the 2012-13 campaign. The team enters the weekend ranked 15th in the USCHO.com poll and 14th in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll. Ryan Murphy leads Niagara with 35 points on 15 goals and 20 assists this season. Giancarlo Iuorio is right behind with 32 points and a team-best 19 goals despite playing in just 25 games. Carsen Chubak has anchored the defense with a 1.81 goals against average and .941 save percentage, posting an impressive 23-5-5 record this season. Friday’s contest will pit the top two defensive teams in the league against each other. Canisius currently ranks first with a scoring defense of 2.38 goals per game, while Niagara is second with a defense of 2.44 goals per game.

CANISIUS-NIAGARA SERIES HISTORY - In a rivalry that began in 1997, Niagara holds an 18-9-2 advantage in the all-time series, including a 14-8-2 edge in Division I meetings. Since the Purple Eagles joined Atlantic Hockey prior to the 2010-11 season, Niagara holds a 6-3-1 edge in the series. Niagara was 2-1-0 against Canisius this season with neither team scoring more than two goals in any single contest. The Purple Eagles earned a 2-1 win in Buffalo in November before each school won a 2-0 home game in February. The two rivals have met twice in the postseason – once at the Division III level and once at the Division I level. In the only Atlantic Hockey playoff meeting, the Griffs won a 6-3 game in Lewiston in the 2011 Atlantic Hockey First Round.

http://www.gogriffs.com/ViewArticle....B_OEM_ID=20500

AHA Conference Tournament Semifinal Game Notes - vs Niagara Purple Eagles - https://www.nmnathletics.com//pdf9/1...B_OEM_ID=20500


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A Cross Town Rivalry Kicks Off Atlantic Hockey Semifinals - Niagara University Athletics - PurpleEagles.com - Thursday, March 21.

NIAGARA UNIV., N.Y. – After sweeping RIT in the Atlantic Hockey quarterfinals, the No. 14/15 Niagara hockey team continue its quest for its first AHA Tournament Title when the Purple Eagles play Canisius in the semifinal on March 22 at the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, N.Y. The puck is scheduled to drop at 4:05 p.m.

Tune In - The game versus Canisius will be broadcasted live on WJJL 1440 AM and PurpleEagles.com, with Jeremy White and Steve Warzala on the call. Live stats can be accessed by clicking the appropriate link at the Official Website of Purple Eagle Athletics, www.PurpleEagles.com. The contest can also be seen LIVE on Time Warner Cable Sports Channel Buffalo and Time Warner Cable Sports Channel Rochester.

Tickets Are Still Available! - Tickets for the semifinal are still available so contact the Niagara Ticket Office (located inside Dwyer Arena) at 716-286-TIXX, or emailing Ticket@PurpleEagles.com to reserve your seats!

AHA Playoffs - The Purple Eagles are 4-2-0 all-time in the Atlantic Hockey playoffs. Friday’s game vs. Canisius will tie Niagara’s farthest run in the AHA Tournament in the previous two seasons. The last time the Purps reach the semifinals was during the 2011-12 campaign.

Scouting the Griffins - No. 7 seed Canisius enters the series with a 17-18-5 record, going 12-13-2 in AHA action. The Griffins swept Bentley in the first round to advance in to the quarterfinals, where the team dropped Air Force in a pair of contests. Leading the Griffins in goals, assists and points is Kyle Gibbons with 36 points on 18 goals and 18 assists. Preston Shupe is second on the team in goals and assists, netting 26 points on 16 goals, while adding 10 helpers. In net for Canisius is Tony Capobianco who recorded a 16-18-4 mark on the season after playing in 38 games. He has a goals-against average of 2.35 and a save percentage of .929.

All-Time vs. Canisius - Niagara leads the all-time series over the Griffs 18-9-2, including a 13-8-2 advantage in DI meetings. The Purps have only dropped one game to its cross-town rival in six games (4-1-1).

Postseason History - Friday’s game marks the third time in the Niagara-Canisius series history that the two teams will meet in a single-elimination playoff game. Niagara defeated Canisius by a 4-1 count on March 6, 1998 in the ECAC West Semifinals, and fell to the Griffins, 6-3, in the 2011 Atlantic Hockey Association first round.

http://www.purpleeagles.com/news/201...320132645.aspx


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Heading to the Niagara - Canisius game on Friday. Should be a great game. Followed by a nice scotch at The Old Toad. Never been there before but it looks good.

Go Eagles!

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Big Night for Niagara at Atlantic Hockey Awards Banquet - Niagara University Athletics - PurpleEagles.com - Thursday, March 21.

ROCHESTER, NY – It was a big night for No. 14/15 Niagara hockey team at the Atlantic Hockey awards banquet on Thursday as the Purple Eagles took home three major awards. Head coach David Burkholder was named Coach of the Year, junior goaltender Carsen Chubak was selected as the Player of the Year and senior forward Marc Zanette was named Best Defensive Forward.

As announced earlier in the week, four individuals from Niagara were also placed on the AHA All-Conference Teams. The four individuals voted All-Atlantic Hockey were senior Giancarlo Iuorio and Chubak to the first team, senior co-captain Dan Weiss to the second team and junior defenseman Kevin Ryan to the third team.

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Chubak Tabbed as Hobey Baker Top 10 Finalist - Niagara University Athletics - PurpleEagles.com - Thursday, March 21.

Minnetonka, Minn. - Niagara hockey goalie Carsen Chubak was named top ten finalists for the 2013 Hobey Baker Award, the Hobey Baker Award committee announced today. Chubak is just the third Purple Eagle in the 17-year history of the program to earn this distinction. Niagara’s Paul Zanette and Joe Tallari were each a top 10 finalists in 2011 and 2003, respectively.

Chubak, who was named Atlantic Hockey Player of the Year on March 21, currently owns a 21-5-5 record and has 904 saves. After seeing action in just 10 games over his first two seasons at Monteagle Ridge, the Prince Albert, Sask. native has started in 33 of the 36 games played during the 2012-13 campaign. He currently sits in fifth in the nation in goals-against average (1.81), fourth in the nation in save percentage (.941) and winning percentage (.773). The junior’s six shutouts on the season are top in the country.

Chubak and the rest of the nine finalists will now be voted on by the 23-member selection committee, and a second round of online fan balloting to determine the Hobey Hat Trick of three finalists, which will be announced on April 3. The Hobey Baker Award winner will be announced on April 12 from Pittsburgh, Pa., the site of this year’s NCAA Frozen Four Championship.

http://www.purpleeagles.com/news/201...321134130.aspx

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Conacher Named to AHA All-Anniversary Team - Canisius Athletics - GoGriffs.com - Thursday, March 21.

One of the best to wear the Blue and Gold has now been recognized as one of the best in Atlantic Hockey history.

Former Canisius College hockey standout Cory Conacher ’11 was named to the All-Atlantic Hockey 10th-Anniversary First Team, announced by the league on Thursday night.

In his four-year standout career with the Griffs, Conacher set or matched 12 career, single-season and single-game records. The 2009-10 Atlantic Hockey Player of the Year owns the program's standards of 147 points, 62 goals and 12 game-winning tallies. He also set the school's records with 53 points and 33 assists during his junior campaign, while breaking the goals mark with 23 in his senior year.

Conacher was also selected to the all-conference team on two occasions during his career, earning first-team honors during the 2009-10 campaign and second-team accolades the next season.

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Atlantic Hockey names its Individual Regular Season Award Winners - AtlanticHockeyOnline.com - Thursday, March 21.

Junior Carsen Chubak, Niagara was named the Atlantic Hockey Player of the Year, becoming only the second goaltender to garner the award in league history, since Josh Kassel, Army collected the honor back in the 2007-08 season. Chubak finished Atlantic Hockey action with a 20-3-2 record, a 1.82 goals against average and a .939 saves percentage, including five shutouts.

Niagara Head Coach Dave Burkholder was named Coach of the Year by his peers. Burkholder led the Purple to its first ever Atlantic Hockey Regular Season title. The Purple Eagles are looking for its first ever Atlantic Hockey Tournament Title and its foruth ever NCAA Tournament berth. Niagara finished the regular season with a 20-5-2 mark.

Niagara's Marc Zanette was named the Best Defensive Forward by the Atlantic Hockey coahes. Zanette usually goes up against the oppositions best forward line, is usually the first over the boards on the penalty kill and usually plays in the final minutes of a contest, while trying to hold a one-goal advantage. Zanette scored eight goals and added 15 assists for 23 points in 27 conference games this season.

http://www.atlantichockeyonline.com/...haawards032113

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Atlantic Hockey names its Individual Regular Season Award Winners - AtlanticHockeyOnline.com - Thursday, March 21.

Junior Carsen Chubak, Niagara was named the Atlantic Hockey Player of the Year, becoming only the second goaltender to garner the award in league history, since Josh Kassel, Army collected the honor back in the 2007-08 season. Chubak finished Atlantic Hockey action with a 20-3-2 record, a 1.82 goals against average and a .939 saves percentage, including five shutouts.

Niagara Head Coach Dave Burkholder was named Coach of the Year by his peers. Burkholder led the Purple to its first ever Atlantic Hockey Regular Season title. The Purple Eagles are looking for its first ever Atlantic Hockey Tournament Title and its foruth ever NCAA Tournament berth. Niagara finished the regular season with a 20-5-2 mark.

Niagara's Marc Zanette was named the Best Defensive Forward by the Atlantic Hockey coahes. Zanette usually goes up against the oppositions best forward line, is usually the first over the boards on the penalty kill and usually plays in the final minutes of a contest, while trying to hold a one-goal advantage. Zanette scored eight goals and added 15 assists for 23 points in 27 conference games this season.

http://www.atlantichockeyonline.com/...haawards032113
Zanette plays all situations and put up nearly a PPG in conference games?

What were his total stats, and why aren't more people talking about him?

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Conference Tournament Scores - Thursday, March 21.

WCHA Conference - "Final Five" - Quarterfinals -
#6-Colorado College 4 - #3-North Dakota 3 (OT) - North Dakota advances.
#4-Wisconsin 7 - #5-Minnesota State 2 - Wisconsin advances.

WCHA Conference Tournament Schedule - Friday, March 22.
Friday, March 22 - 3:00 pm ET - Semifinal #1 - #4-Wisconsin vs #1-St. Cloud State - TV: LIVE - FSN/FCS Central.
8:00 pm ET - Semifinal #2 - #6-Colorado College vs #2-Minnesota - TV: LIVE - FS North/FCS Central.

Conference Tournaments Schedule - Semifinals - Friday, March 22 -
Note: WCHA is listed above - CCHA doesn't start until Saturday.

Atlantic Hockey Conference Tournament - 4:00 pm ET - Semifinal #1 - #7-Canisius vs #1-Niagara - TV: LIVE - TWCSC Buffalo/Rochester.
7:00 pm ET - Semifinal #2 - #6-Mercyhurst vs #4-Connecticut - TV: LIVE - TWCSC Buffalo/Rochester.

Hockey East Conference Tournament - 5:00 pm ET - Semifinal #1 - #4-Providence College vs #1-UMass-Lowell - TV: LIVE - NBCSN/NESN.
8:00 pm ET - Semifinal #2 - #2-Boston College vs #3-Boston University - TV: LIVE - NBCSN/NESN.

ECAC Conference Tournament - 4:00 pm ET - Semifinal #1 - #7-Brown vs #1-Quinnipiac - TV: LIVE - FCS Atlantic.
7:00 pm ET - Semifinal #2 - #4-Union vs #3-Yale - TV: LIVE - FCS Atlantic.

TV IDs - TWCSC - Time Warner Cable Sports Channel - FS - Fox Sports - FCS - Fox College Sports -
NBCSN - NBC Sports Network - NESN - New England Sports Network.


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