hockey

Journeying Brewers aim to make strides, travel far and wide

By WINNIE YEATES – 6 years ago

Courtesy of Vassar Athletics Men’s Tennis This past weekend, the men’s tennis team hosted the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Division III Northeast Regional Men’s Championship, where 19 teams from across…

Divine Providence intervenes

By ROB CARPENTER – 6 years ago

The men’s NCAA college hockey season came to a close on Saturday night as Providence College defeated Boston University at the TD Garden in Boston. Even though BU had a…

Hockey ignites rivalry

By ZACH RIPPE – 8 years ago

Many people are familiar with the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team and its dramatic road to the gold medal in Lake Placid (even if only from watching the 2004 film…

Olympic hockey merits greater exposure

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 8 years ago

A few days ago when I was flipping through the channels on TV while looking for the Olympics, I found more channels devoted to talking about Derek Jeter retiring and…

NFL ignores players’ long-term health

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 8 years ago

Football is one of America’s favorite sports, and during the holiday season there always seems to be a significant game scheduled. This serves to put the sport of football in…

Islanders’ new home lacks old charm

By ZACH RIPPE – 8 years ago

In 2012, the lowly and unpopular New Jersey Nets decided to pack up and head to the brand new Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, thus becoming the “Brooklyn Nets.”…

NHL East’s top teams build momentum

By ZACH RIPPE – 8 years ago

This shortened National Hockey League (NHL) season has certainly been interesting. While some claim that a shortened or lockout season often can taint results, there is no denying that two…

Lockouts have no place in NHL culture

By ZACH RIPPE – 9 years ago

It wouldn’t be professional sports without some sort of lockout. In the aftermath of a potential NFL lockout during last year, and an NBA lockout that shortened the season to…