The Suffolk Journal

Hockey’s “new home” adds to team’s success

Hockey’s “new home” adds to team’s success

Skylar To

April 27, 2016


Filed under Hockey, Sports, Suffolk Rams

Suffolk University’s men’s hockey program had to bounce around for quite a while before settling in a new place to call home. The Rams shared the ice with the Boston University Terriers in their home rink at the Walter Brown Arena, where Suffolk hockey spent many years holding practices and playing...

Hockey comes to a close

Skylar To

March 5, 2016


Filed under Hockey, Sports, Suffolk Rams

Twenty-five games later with a re-established identity and winning culture, Suffolk University men’s hockey 2015-16 season has come to an end. And so has the collegiate hockey careers of seven members of the graduating senior class: Zack Capozza, Mike Cherpak, Tyler Heineman, Connor McCarthy, Ju...

Hockey seniors celebrate a bittersweet ending

Hockey seniors celebrate a bittersweet ending

Skylar To

March 1, 2016


Filed under Hockey, Sports, Suffolk Rams

From playing the game they love at Suffolk University to spending time with teammates for one of the last few times at the start of the season on Halloween, the end of their Suffolk Hockey careers seemed far away. However, the end started to kick in during one of the Rams last home games of the 2...

National Women’s Hockey League brings pride to Boston

National Women’s Hockey League brings pride to Boston

April 22, 2015


Filed under Hockey, Sports, Suffolk Rams

By Abbey Wilson Boston is a city known for its sports teams and their passionate fans. Now, the city will get a new team to cheer for in a women’s hockey league. It was recently announced a new women’s hockey league has been formed, the National Women’s Hockey League, and will include a team...

Men’s hockey could not handle Curry

Men’s hockey could not handle Curry

February 18, 2015


Filed under Hockey, Sports

By Ian Kea The men’s hockey team put up a fight Saturday evening, but it was not enough to pull out a win. The Rams struck first in their ECAC Northeast game against Curry College on a goal from leading team scorer, sophomore forward Stanton Turner assisted by junior defenseman Shaughn Shields. Nearly...

Men’s hockey looks to regain form

Men’s hockey looks to regain form

Sammy Hurwitz

February 12, 2015


Filed under Hockey, Sports, Suffolk Rams

By Sammy Hurwitz After starting the 2014-15 season in impressive fashion with a 6-0-1 record in November, the Suffolk men’s hockey team has since struggled to earn points in bunches. Since their scorching hot start, the team has gone 4-7-1, and has dropped to fourth place in the ECAC conference. “This...

Bruins aim to be Stanley Cup contenders

Bruins aim to be Stanley Cup contenders

Sammy Hurwitz

February 4, 2015


Filed under Hockey, Sports

By Sammy Hurwitz With the Patriots officially having done their job, the Boston area four major sports teams have now captured nine championships since 2002. Another team in the Boston area is proving they can contend for a title. With a 27-16-7 record (61 points), the Boston Bruins seem poised...

Men’s hockey catapults to victory Saturday

November 22, 2014


Filed under Hockey, Sports, Suffolk Rams

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Men’s hockey confident this season

Men’s hockey confident this season

November 5, 2014


Filed under Hockey, Sports, Suffolk Rams

By Brian Horner Suffolk University’s hockey team had its first game of the regular season on Saturday against Assumption College. “Getting the first win under the belt is always a nice feeling,” said Rams’ goaltender Brandon Smolarek. “Regarding the game, although the power play wasn...

Boston Bruins preview: Will bold offseason decisions cause a setback?

Boston Bruins preview: Will bold offseason decisions cause a setback?

October 8, 2014


Filed under Hockey, Sports

By Ian Kea and Brian Horner Beyond the doubters, this 2014-15 Boston Bruins squad is potentially a top five team in the NHL and arguably one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference as well. Even with the loss on Saturday to the Red Wings in a disappointing shootout, the Bruins have learned a lot from thi...

Boston Bruins offense looking for consistent scoring

Boston Bruins offense looking for consistent scoring

September 17, 2014


Filed under Hockey, Sports

By Brian Horner With the Boston Bruins' loss in a seven game series against the Montreal Canadians, every fan is looking for a stellar season. The Bruins, with many roster changes, need key players to step up and have career seasons to be contenders for the playoffs. With a key scorer like Jarome...

UMass Lowell takes the Lamoriello Trophy, Hockey East Championship

UMass Lowell takes the Lamoriello Trophy, Hockey East Championship

Matt Bacon

March 26, 2014


Filed under Hockey, Sports

For 30 years, the best college hockey teams in New England have competed for bragging rights and the Lamoriello Trophy, in what is known as the Hockey East Tournament. Founded in 1984 as a response to basketball's “Big East” conference, Hockey East has seen a tremendous amount of success. While a...

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