Men's Ice Hockey

Northeastern head track and field coach violates ethical conduct rules

A former Northeastern University head track and field coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules and failed to promote an atmosphere for rules compliance, according to a decision issued by a NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions panel. Northeastern failed to monitor the conduct and administration of its men’s ice hockey program when three former coaches placed impermissible calls and sent impermissible texts to prospects.

"It's just about balancing."

When Blake Geoffrion’s NHL career was cut short by a skull fracture, he was glad he had earned his college degree.

Kristian Schroder: Passing the torch

When Kristian Schroder launched his LinkedIn group in 2008 in hopes of connecting to other former student-athletes, he had no idea how large it would become. Now more than 24,000 members strong, the NCAA Athletes in the Workspace...

Expanded video replay criteria approved in ice hockey

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel during a conference call on Wednesday approved several changes to the criteria for allowing video replay in men’s and women’s ice hockey effective in the 2014-15 season.

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