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Oilers Agree to Terms With Mark Arcobello, Jordan Oesterle

The Edmonton Oilers have announced two deals today, signing forward Mark Arcobello and free agent defenseman Jordan Oesterle to contracts. Arcobello has posted 18 points in 41 games with the Oilers this season, mainly in a limited role. Currently the all time points record holder in Oklahoma City Barons team history, the centreman has managed to record 10 goals and 28 points in […]

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Frozen Four Match-ups Set

Frozen Four Match-ups Set

Four teams remain standing in the NCAA Division I men’s ice hockey tournament. Boston College, Minnesota, North Dakota, and Union (N.Y.) will meet at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA April 10-12. Top ranked Minnesota will take on North Dakota in a semifinal match on April 10. The Golden Gophers have had an easy trek to Philly with wins […]

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College Hockey Tournament begins March 28

College Hockey Tournament begins March 28

The NCAA Division I men’s ice hockey bracket was announced Sunday with the fortunate sixteen schools competing to play in the National Championship game on April 12 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Minnesota Golden Gophers receiving the top overall seed after finishing 25-5-6 overall. They are the host of the West Regional, being played in St. Paul. Receiving automatic bids for […]

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Q&A With Israel Hockey Goaltender Marc Brunengraber

When you think about hockey powerhouses, Israel doesn’t usually come to mind. Currently ranked 39th in the IIHF world rankings, the country has never been ranked better than 28th at any point in their lifespan. Regardless, with the the help of many people from around the world, the game continue to grow and will only get better in the pursuit […]

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2014 Team Israel Exhibition Roster For Game Against MIT

On March 1st, 2014, a team made of some of the best players from Israel will travel to North America to play against the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a Division II college team. With the country still continuing to develop thanks to help from around the world, Israel won gold at the 2013 IIHF Ice Hockey Division II Group B World Championships in Hungary, earning […]

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Montreal Canadiens Sign Goaltender Mike Condon

Montreal Canadiens Sign Goaltender Mike Condon

The Montreal Canediens have signed former Princeton University goaltender Mike Condon to a two year entry level contract. In 24 games with the ECAC’s Princeton Tigers in 2012-13, Condon displayed a record of eight wins, 11 losses and four ties. The goaltender maintained a 2.48 goals against average and a .923 save percentage. Condon spent four seasons with the Tigers, playing […]

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Penguins Sign Goaltender Eric Hartzell

Penguins Sign Goaltender Eric Hartzell

The day after his college team Quinnipiac lost the NCAA championship game, Eric Hartzell has signed a one year entry level deal worth $925,000 with the Pittsburgh Penguins. The 6-foot-4 netminder was a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award as the NCAA’s top college hockey player this season after posting a 30-7-5 record, 1.57 goals-against average and .933 save percentage in […]

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Flyers Sign Minnesota Gophers Defenseman Mark Alt To ELC

Flyers Sign Minnesota Gophers Defenseman Mark Alt To ELC

The Philadelphia Flyers have signed University of Minnesota defenseman Mark Alt to an Entry Level Contract will report to the Adirondack Phantoms of the AHL on an ATO for the remainder of the season. Acquired prior to the NHL season this year in a package that also brought Brian Boucher to Philly from Carolina, the 21-year-old Alt posted seven points (all […]

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