Two Big Ten teams were selected to participate in the 2019 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Championship, with Notre Dame and Ohio State earning bids.
Listen to all even Big Ten men's hockey coaches talk to reporters ahead of the 2019 Big Ten Men's Hockey Tournament.
With the bracket set for the 2019 Big Ten Men’s Ice Hockey Tournament, BTN today announced its coverage plans for the tournament which opens March 8-10 and ends with the championship game on March 23 or March 24. The quarterfinal series will be available via streaming platforms and on select FOX Sports regional networks, while the semifinals and championship rounds will air live on BTN, BTN2Go and the FOX Sports app. Each game in the tournament, spread out across three weekends, takes place on the campus of the higher-seeded teams. Beginning on March 8, Minnesota, Notre Dame and Penn State
On Thursday, the Big Ten hockey coaches participated in a teleconference with members of the media to preview the 2018-19 Big Ten men’s hockey season. Audio from each coach is posted here.
Notre Dame advances to Frozen Four National Championship in thrilling fashion, Michigan and Ohio State fall
Notre Dame defeated Michigan to advance to the NCAA Men's Hockey National Championship Thursday, while Ohio State fell to Minnesota-Duluth at the Frozen Four.
University of Minnesota athletics director Mark Coyle and hockey coach Don Lucia announced Tuesday that Lucia will step down, pending the approval of the University’s Board of Regents later this week.
Four Big Ten teams were selected to participate in the 2018 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Championship, with Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Penn State earning bids.
On Wednesday, Ohio State’s Steve Rohlik and Notre Dame’s Jeff Jackson talked with members of the media and previewed the upcoming 2018 Big Ten Men’s Hockey Championship. Audio from each coach is posted here.
On Wednesday, the Big Ten hockey coach’s participated in a teleconference with members of the media to preview the 2018 Big Ten Men’s Hockey Tournament. Audio from each coach is posted here.
With a 2-1 victory Saturday over Ohio State, Notre Dame clinched the outright Big Ten Championship. In addition to their first Big Ten regular-season crown, the Fighting Irish (22-5-2, 16-2-1-1 Big Ten) secured the No. 1 seed and accompanying first-round bye in the upcoming Big Ten Tournament. Andrew Oglevie netted his 12th goal of the season with the help of Dylan Malmquist and Cal Burke to put the Irish on the board halfway through the first period. Jordan Gross sealed the win with the eventual game winner in the second period, while Cale Morris recorded 31 saves to earn his