Facebook Is New Home for HockeyYall.com

Looking for HockeyYall.com? This is it, or at least, this used to be where you’d find it. Temporarily, HockeyYall.com is appearing on Jim Davis’ personal Facebook page. You’ll find it — and all the recent scores and news — at www.facebook.com/jim.davis.7773631.  

Ex-NHL Goalie Plugs Hole in Liberty DI Coaching Staff

Ex-NHL Goalie Plugs Hole in Liberty DI Coaching Staff

Ironically for a Christian university, Liberty head coach Kirk Handy is bringing aboard a “bandit” to coach the ACHA Division I team’s goalies. The new guy in Lynchburg, Va., is Daniel Berthiaume, who toiled in NHL goal creases for the Winnipeg Jets, who drafted him with the 60th overall pick of the 1985 NHL entry […]

FGCU Still Atop DII SE Ranking; Louisville Displaces Dayton

The second ACHA Division II Southeast Division ranking is out, and Florida Gulf Coast is still No. 1 and Miami has nudged Penn State out of the second spot. The biggest changes are at the bottom of the new ranking, where Maryland-Baltimore County fell from No. 10 to No. 12 and previously unranked Louisville is […]

DIII Selects to Launch Five-Game Euro Tour Dec. 29

DIII Selects to Launch Five-Game Euro Tour Dec. 29

After getting acquainted in Georgia, the 23 members of the 2014-15 ACHA Division III Selects Team will launch their Friendship Games tour of Europe against a Swiss team on Dec. 29. They’ll play five games in 10 days in four countries — Switzerland plus Austria, Slovenia and Slovakia. Five of the Selects are members of […]

Old Dominion Joins Caps in Verizon Winner's Circle

Old Dominion Joins Caps in Verizon Winner’s Circle

After missing Old Dominion’s last seven games with a leg injury, sophomore defenseman Dennis Nicholson showed his teammates and the ODU partisans in the Verizon Center Friday night that he’s 100 percent again. Once Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals had disposed of the red-hot New York Islanders 5-2, Nicholson scored three goals as his […]

ASU NCAA-Bound; Could Second Southern School Be Next?

For the second time in three years, a university with multiple ACHA teams, including one at the Division I level, has announced plans to make the jump to NCAA Division I hockey. Penn State did it in 2010 after receiving an $88 million donation from the man who is now the owner of the Buffalo […]

Tables Turned for Thanksgiving Showcase; Knights Reeling

Six of the ACHA’s top Division III teams will convene this weekend in Rutledge, Fla., for the third annual Knights Thanksgiving Tournament, and the only one of the bunch to have lost in the last two weeks is the host and a perennial national tournament qualifier, Central Florida. It’s been an unusual season for UCF. […]

Virginia Tech Pair Shares MACH Player of Week Honor

A high-scoring freshman forward and a stingy veteran goalie share this week’s Player of the Week honors for Mid-Atlantic College Hockey. Felipe Rodriguez accumulated five points in Virginia Tech’s 6-2 loss to Rider and 7-1 win over Pittsburgh. His hat trick against the Panthers helped increase his season point total to 17 in 16 games, […]

USC Schedule: Seven Games With Five Top DIII Teams

The University of South Carolina can certainly make a case for having the toughest schedule during the next three weeks in the South Eastern Collegiate Hockey Conference, if not the entire ACHA Division III South Region. Here’s the evidence: The Gamecocks play Central Florida (12-3-0 record) three times, twice this weekend at home and once […]

Schedule Void to Finally End for No. 9 Ole Miss

The Ole Miss Ice Rebels. You remember them. One of the South Eastern Collegiate Hockey Conference’s winningest teams the last few seasons. Made back-to-back trips to the ACHA Division III National Tournament in 2013 and 2014. At the beginning of the season, a threat to unseat Arkansas as the conference champion. When was the last […]