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Morning Edition: 10/13/14

Mark Dennehy's Merrimack team started off the year 2-0
Mark Dennehy's Merrimack team started off the year 2-0

Welcome to the SBN College Hockey Morning Edition. The season was in full-swing last weekend, meaning there's a lot to catch up on as we head into a new week.

Hockey East

Connor Hellebuyck is gone, but UMass Lowell doesn't appear to be fading away. They opened up their season with a 5-2 win over Boston College.

Jeff Cox broke down all the goals in UMass Lowell's win over Boston College.

Jack Eichel had two goals, two assists and was a +5 in his first college game as Boston University routed UMass 8-1.


Here's a scouting report on some of Boston University's top draft eligible talent, including Eichel.

Vermont got off on the right foot with a 6-2 win at Northeastern.

Merrimack completed a sweep of Holy Cross.


A great series in St. Cloud last weekend. Colgate got the better of St. Cloud State on Friday with a 3-1 victory. But the Huskies bounced back with a 3-1 win of their own on Saturday, thanks to three goals from Jonny Brodzinski.


On the recruiting trail, The Huskies got a commitment from Minnesota high school defenseman Jack Ahcan.

Meanwhile, Minnesota Duluth lost a recruit when Jared Bethune signed with Prince George of the WHL.

Big Ten

After a strong start, Minnesota had to hold on late to beat Minnesota Duluth at the Icebreaker. The Gophers beat RPI 3-0 to win the Icebreaker title on Sunday.


Both Alaska teams won two games at the Kendall Hockey Classic--Wisconsin and Maine went home winless--but the story after Saturday night was Brett Cameron's devastating check on Wisconsin's Tim Davison. Ugly as it was, most neutral parties seem to think it's a clean hit. Best wishes to Davison though.

Atlantic Hockey

Air Force and Mercyhurst played to a hard-fought split in a battle of two pretty good Atlantic Hockey teams.