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Quarter Mark: In Depth Analysis of Exciting Start to Shortened NHL Season

Quarter Mark: In Depth Analysis of Exciting Start to Shortened NHL Season

Matt Bacon

February 13, 2013


Filed under Hockey, Sports

Roy Ben-Joseph  Journal Staff Matt Bacon  Sports Editor It seems like yesterday when the NHL and NHLPA reached an agreement to end a weary three and a half month lockout. As a matter of fact, the first puck was dropped only 30 days ago. Usually, the first month of the NHL season wouldn’t even...

Rams Look to Salvage Season, Break Slump on Upcoming Road Trip

Rams Look to Salvage Season, Break Slump on Upcoming Road Trip

February 7, 2013


Filed under Hockey, Sports, Suffolk Rams

Chris Frangolini  Journal Staff It has been almost a month (18 days to be exact) since the men’s hockey team last won a game. The rollercoaster of a ride has been rough on the Rams, but they have stayed resilient. January had not been a good month for the struggling Rams notching a 2-5-2 record. ...

Men’s Hockey Rallies from Two Goal Deficit to Tie Wildcats in Thriller

January 31, 2013


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Chris Frangolini  Journal Staff The Suffolk University Men’s Ice Hockey team started the new year off right, with head coach Chris Glionna capturing his 66th win to become the winningest coach in Suffolk hockey history. The occasion was the perfect setup for their second match of the season wi...

NHL Makes a Triumphant Return; Eastern Conference Full of Contenders

NHL Makes a Triumphant Return; Eastern Conference Full of Contenders

Matt Bacon

January 23, 2013


Filed under Hockey, Suffolk Rams

At the very end of winter break, hockey fans across North America were given a late Christmas present by the NHL. The league finally came to an agreement for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement with the NHL Player’s Association. This means that hockey is finally back, and the NHL got underway this...

Men’s Hockey Continues Successful Season

Matt Bacon

December 18, 2012


Filed under Hockey, Sports, Suffolk Rams

Matt Bacon  Sports Editor + Christopher Bergin  Journal Contributor The Suffolk University men’s hockey team has gotten off to a much better start this season, and they are currently competing for a playoff position. The team is coming off a 6-1 victory over Nichols College (6-3-0), making them 4-4-2...

Club Hockey Breaks into the W Column Following Slow Start

Matt Bacon

November 29, 2012


Filed under Hockey, Sports

Suffolk’s men’s club hockey team has gotten off to somewhat of a slow start for their first official season, dropping their first two games against Harvard and Wheaton by a combined score of 15-8 before securing a 6-3 victory over Middlesex Community College. Despite the early setbacks, the team...

Men’s Hockey Off to Fast Start with 5-2 Victory Over Assumption

Men’s Hockey Off to Fast Start with 5-2 Victory Over Assumption

CJ Haddad

November 7, 2012


Filed under Hockey, Sports, Suffolk Rams

Although there may be no professional hockey played at the Garden this year, just down the street the Suffolk University men’s hockey team is hard at work in preparation for their upcoming season, which is thankfully not locked out. Head coach Chris Glionna and his group of skaters are lacing them...

Men’s Club Hockey Team Looking to Make Noise in First Official Season

Matt Bacon

October 24, 2012


Filed under Hockey, Sports, Suffolk Rams

The men’s club hockey team here at Suffolk University is poised for an exciting first official season, as they have been inducted into the American College Hockey Association, or ACHA, Division II Club Hockey league. The team played its first season last year unaffiliated with Suffolk. They were...

NHL Officially Locks Out for Third Time in 20 Years

NHL Officially Locks Out for Third Time in 20 Years

Matt Bacon

September 19, 2012


Filed under Hockey, Sports

For the third time during Gary Bettman’s tenure as commissioner, the National Hockey League has entered a lockout. The 1994-‘95 season was cut in half due to a lockout, and the 2004-’05 season was lost completely. With the players officially locked out on Saturday and the scheduled season opener...

NHL opens season with European games

October 11, 2011


Filed under Hockey, Sports

Matthew Bacon Journal Staff This past weekend kicked off the beginning of the 2011-2012 regular season for the National Hockey league.  For the fourth consecutive year, four NHL teams played their first two games overseas. The New York Rangers, Buffalo Sabres, Anaheim Ducks, and Los Angeles King...

Sports Briefs March 3, 2010

March 3, 2010


Filed under Hockey, Uncategorized

Gold medal game pulls huge numbers Sunday's gold medal hockey game between Canada and the United States wasn't just huge on the ice, but on the airwaves as well. The game, which is being called one of the most exciting and intense ever played by some pundits, was watched by 27.6 million people in the Un...

Rams’ season comes to an end against JWU

Dan Ryan

March 3, 2010


Filed under Hockey, Sports

Article by: Dan Ryan The Suffolk hockey season came to an end on Sunday when the third-seeded Rams were upset by the visitors from Johnson & Wales, the sixth-seed in the ECAC Northeast tournament, by a score of 3-1 at Steriti Rink in the North End. Jeff Rose made 36 saves for the Rams in the loss...

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