• Cammarata, U of Minnesota Set for Frozen Four

    Monday, 03.31.2014 / 6:27 PM
    in Minnesota. Cammarata tallied one goal and one assist as the Gophers took one victory while drawing the Eagles in the other game. On Apr. 10, the puck drops at 8:30 p.m. as the Gophers take the ice for the 21st time in the Frozen Four. Cammarata and the Gophers look to end an 11-year drought and take home the national championship for the first time since 2003.
  • Lee's Future Looking Bright

    Friday, 11.09.2012 / 11:44 PM
    Notre Dame junior forward Anders Lee has taken college hockey by storm. The 152nd overall pick in the 2009 NHL Draft could prove to be a steal for the Islanders, who selected Lee prior to his first collegiate season. As a freshman at Notre Dame in 2010-11, Lee finished second on the Fighting Irish in scoring with 44 points in 44 games and led that team to the NCAA Frozen Four. Although his
  • The Skinny - Lightning 4, Islanders 3

    Sunday, 03.25.2012 / 9:20 AM
    •    Pierre Turgeon, 1993-94 - 56 •    Pat Lafontaine, 1989-90 - 51 •    Steve Thomas, 1992-93 - 50 •    Pierre Turgeon, 1991-92 - 49 •    Jeff Norton, 1989-90 - 49 •    PA Parenteau, 2011-12 - 48 63 The Isles now have three players with at least 63 points (Tavares, Moulson, Parenteau).  It’s the first time since 1993-94 that the Isles have at least three players with 63 points. Power Plays
  • Hamonic on the mend

    Thursday, 02.23.2012 / 9:41 AM
    You are standing in front of your net and a defenseman tees up a 100 mph slap shot from the blue line. The frozen rubber puck hits a stick in the slot and with no time to react, the puck catches you under your visor and square in the face. You fall to the ice and when you remove your hands from your face, all you see is red. For Travis Hamonic, this frightening situation played out
  • Dishing out assists to kids in need

    Sunday, 12.11.2011 / 9:20 PM
    helps them to relax those muscles, and it’s one of the few times where they can have the sensation of moving freely. Earlier this past week, Marcello and a few of his fellow classmates had the chance to move freely across the frozen water at Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport. Cizikas and Wishart stayed around after a Sound Tigers practice and brought the children onto the ice for the first time
  • Road to the Coliseum: Al Montoya

    Wednesday, 11.30.2011 / 10:03 AM
    1990’s, Montoya was attracted to a couple Blackhawk goaltenders who turned out to be two of the best all-time. “I really liked Eddie Belfour, just because he was a Chicago Blackhawk player, but then Dominik Hasek was also with the Blackhawks at the time too,” Montoya said. “I never watched that much television growing up, but when I had players to follow, it was definitely those guys.” Montoya
  • Road to the Coliseum: Travis Hamonic

    Tuesday, 08.16.2011 / 9:15 AM
    and it would rain a little bit, then the ground would freeze, so the sidewalks would all be frozen. Instead of walking with our skates to the rink, we figured why not put them on and skate down the sidewalk to get there?” In one of the coldest climates a person could imagine, skating wasn’t Hamonic’s main source of travel. Neither were the more typical modes of transportation like a car or bus. In a town
  • Anders Lee enjoying his time as a member of the Fighting Irish

    Friday, 07.15.2011 / 10:53 AM
    the Fighting Irish to the Frozen Four. “I was just coming around the net there and the defenseman cut up,” Lee said. “I made a swipe at his stick to try and get the puck, but I didn’t think it was going to go in. The next thing I knew, the puck was in the back of the net and we were on our way to the next round. I was pretty excited that I could help out our team.” Unfortunately for Lee and his teammates
  • Nelson ready for next step on the way to Long Island

    Friday, 07.15.2011 / 9:35 AM
    as UND made the Frozen Four. But it ended painfully -- Nelson was taken off the ice on a stretcher after going back-first into the boards during the Fighting Sioux's 2-0 semifinal loss to Michigan. But as he showed this week during the Islanders' rookie development camp, there have been no lingering effects from the injury. "I'm feeling a lot better now," he told NHL.com. "There's no pain. I'm all
  • Anders Lee made most of freshman season

    Tuesday, 05.10.2011 / 1:23 PM
    he's having."  But how did Lee decide to pursue a professional hockey career?  That's kind of a silly question, says Lee. "I was recruited by a few football programs, but I couldn't see myself giving up hockey to pursue anything else.  I pretty much knew the whole time that I wanted to play hockey, and I was always focused on getting to the next level.  When I came here to Notre Dame I knew
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K. Okposo 71 27 42 -9 69
J. Tavares 59 24 42 -6 66
F. Nielsen 80 25 33 -11 58
J. Bailey 77 8 30 -8 38
B. Nelson 72 14 12 -10 26
M. Grabner 64 12 14 -10 26
T. Hickey 82 4 18 5 22
C. Clutterbuck 73 12 7 -9 19
C. McDonald 70 8 10 -22 18
R. Strome 37 7 11 -1 18
E. Nabokov 15 14 8 .905 2.74
K. Poulin 11 16 1 .891 3.29

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