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2014 WJC: USA Hockey Names Evaluation Camp Roster

USA Hockey named a portion of its roster for the 2013 National Junior Evaluation Camp to be held in Lake Placid, N.Y., August 3-10. The 40 players named Thursday will be competing for spots on the 2014 U.S. National Junior … Continue reading

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2013 IIHF World Championship: USA Takes Bronze with 3-2 Shootout Win over Finland

With a 3-2 shootout victory over Finland, the U.S. Men’s National Team claimed the country’s first medal at the IIHF World Championship since 2004 and just the third since 1962. It doesn’t happen often, so this one certainly has meaning. … Continue reading

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World Junior Rewind: Team USA’s Defensemen and Goalies

Team USA’s World Junior Championship triumph had a lot to do with the seven guys on the back end and a lot more to do with the guy between the pipes. The two expected strengths for the U.S. coming into … Continue reading

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World Junior Rewind: Team USA’s Forwards

Today continues our look back at Team USA’s gold-medal performance, this time taking a look at all 13 forwards for Team USA. Coming soon, thoughts on the defensemen and goaltenders. Coming into the 2013 World Junior Championship, the biggest question … Continue reading

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2013 IIHF World Junior Championship: USA vs. Canada Recap — Semifinals

From start to finish, the U.S. National Junior Team outplayed Canada and handed its North American rival a 5-1 defeat to earn a trip to the gold-medal game at the 2013 IIHF World Junior Championship. Team USA now awaits the … Continue reading

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2013 IIHF World Junior Championship: USA vs. Czech Republic QF Preview

After surviving the Group of Death, the U.S. National Junior Team gets a new beginning in the World Junior Championship quarterfinals. The Czech Republic is the opponent standing between Team USA and a trip to the semis and it’s a … Continue reading

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2013 IIHF World Junior Championship: USA vs. Slovakia Recap

The U.S. came into Monday’s game with their backs against the wall and in a must-win game against Slovakia, the U.S. won emphatically. Scoring eight goals through the first 40 minutes, Team USA ended up finishing off Slovakia 9-3 to … Continue reading

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2013 IIHF World Junior Championship: USA vs. Slovakia Preview

After suffering through back-to-back disappointing 2-1 losses to its two biggest rivals, the U.S. National Junior Team’s medal hopes are still alive in Monday’s match-up with Slovakia. Both teams have three points in the standings currently, meaning the winner of … Continue reading

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Team USA WJC Preview: Five Biggest Questions for U.S. to Answer

When the U.S. takes the ice against Germany Thursday, it will officially begin its quest for World Junior gold. However, this year, more than perhaps any in the last five or six years, there’s a lot of mixed opinions on … Continue reading

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College Hockey Round-Up: Early Season Sluggishness, SLU’s Dynamic Duo, Top College FAs

Oh, October. You beautiful, unpredictable month, you. The 10th month on the calendar has claimed many a victim. It seems, compared to other college sports, hockey teams take a little longer to find their games, which makes for intriguing and … Continue reading

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