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Q&A: Ohio State hockey coach Steve Rohlik

In April, Steve Rohlik was appointed head coach of the Buckeyes after spending three years as associate head coach under Mark Osiecki. Ohio State is Rohlik’s first college head coaching job after assisting at Minnesota-Duluth (2001-2010) and Nebraska-Omaha (1997-2000). Coming off a 16-17-7 campaign as part of the CCHA, the Buckeyes return the majority of their roster, including team captain Curtis Gedig on the blue line and forwards Tanner Fritz and Ryan Dzingel, who finished one-two on the CCHA point leaderboards last season. Although the team graduated First-Team All-American goaltender Brady Hjelle, there’s reason for optimism in Columbus. Q: You

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B1G Hockey: How Penn State hockey got here

No individual embodies Penn State hockey like Joe Battista. As Associate Athletic Director for Ice Arena and Hockey Development, Battista knows the program inside and out. He played, coached, recruited, built it, even. The “godfather” of the team, he’s been through it all. Legitimizing high-level hockey at Penn State has been a century-long struggle. When fans get their first chance to see the 2013-14 Penn State men’s hockey team at the brand-new Pegula Ice Arena the night of Friday, Oct. 4 in a free and open practice, all that will be a thing of the past. And when the puck

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Q&A: Watch 6 Big Ten hockey coaches

Earlier today, BTN.com streamed the Big Ten Hockey Media Day live for hockey fans looking to get ready for the conference’s inaugural men’s hockey season. You can still watch the entire even for free via this link, but we also carved out each of the six coaches’ media sessions in this post. Watch them all below. Also, check out a few Big Ten Hockey Media Day pictures from Big Ten Network’s Instagram account. Here are the videos. Minnesota head coach Don Lucia *** Ohio State head coach Steve Rohlik *** Penn State head coach Guy Gadowsky *** Michigan coach Red

Green Bay, WI, USA; Wisconsin Badgers fans enjoy Frozen Tundra Classic hockey game against the Ohio State Buckeyes during the third period at Lambeau Field. Mandatory Credit: Photo By Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports Copyright (c) 2006 Jeff Hanisch

Q&A: Wisconsin hockey coach Mike Eaves

It’s tough to find an individual more emblematic of Wisconsin hockey than Mike Eaves. The Badgers’ head coach, all-time leading scorer, 1977 national champion and head coach of the 2006 title team has been around for it all. From the earliest days of Big Ten hockey, where informal standings were kept between schools and a trophy given out for the best record (there weren’t enough teams for a Big Ten conference) to the emergence of the new Big Ten, as a player and coach, Eaves’ knowledge bridges that gap. Big Ten Hockey Media Day was Thursday, Sept. 19 in St.

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Video: Wildcats honor 2013 Stanley Cup champs

Northwestern pubs itself as “Chicago’s Big Ten Team.” So, it only makes since that the Wildcats would honor the Chicago Blackhawks for their Stanley Cup championship the first chance they got. During Saturday night’s home opener vs. Syracuse, Northwestern did just that. The Wildcats invited Andrew Shaw, Bryan Bickell and Brandon Saad to Ryan Field, and the trio, dressed in Northwestern football jerseys and hats, was recognized during a timeout. Speaking of hockey, don’t forget that the puck drops on the first season of Big Ten hockey on BTN/BTN2Go this winter.

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Minnesota hockey loses to Denver, 2-0

No. 10 Denver scored a 2-0 win on Friday to upset the second-ranked Minnesota Gophers. Read a full recap at GopherSports.com.

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Wisconsin edges Minnesota at Soldier Field

No. 18 Wisconsin took a 3-0 lead in the second period, but it had to hold off a furious comeback bid from No. 2 Minnesota in a 3-2 victory Sunday night at Soldier Field. The game was the nightcap of the OfficeMax Hockey City Classic, a college hockey doubleheader that marked the first time the iconic NFL stadium hosted hockey. Watch our highlights and see photos of the scene in this post. [GAMETRACKER: Catch up on all the action from Soldier Field ] Kevin Schulze provides the first goal of the game: John Ramage gives Wisconsin 2-0 lead: Sean Little

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Video: Hockey City Classic timelapse

There’s never been a hockey game played at historic Soldier Field in Chicago. That all will change Sunday, as No. 18 Wisconsin battles rival and No. 2 Minnesota in the second of two games at the Office Max Hockey City Classic. The Badgers and Gophers are scheduled to battle at 4:30 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go. Before the puck drops, though, make sure to catch our “Big Ten Hockey Pre-Game” at 4 p.m. [ RELATED: Badgers, Gophers to wear throwback uniforms ] Notre Dame and Miami (OH) get the action started at 1 p.m. ET. Oh, and you’ve got to see

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Penn State Women's Ice Hockey Feature

Kara Lentz takes a look at the Penn State women’s ice hockey team which is playing its first season as a varsity team. Watch the feature now as Lentz talks with head coach Josh Brandwene and various players.

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No. 1 Minnesota topples No. 10 Minnesota Duluth

A quartet of goals in the third period catapulted the top-ranked Minnesota women’s hockey team to its 36th consecutive victory and its first season sweep of Minnesota Duluth in program history. Junior Amanda Kessel led the Golden Gophers’ offensive attack by netting four points, including the game-winning goal, in the 6-2 decision. Read the full recap at GopherSports.com and watch our interviews with the Gophers in this post.