#9 Massachusetts Lowell (1-1-0, 0-0-0 HEA)
vs #14 Quinnipiac University (1-1-0, 0-0-0 ECAC)
When: Friday, Oct. 18 at 7:15pm ET
Where: Tsongas Center, Lowell, MA
Notes: Non-Conference Game
Tickets: Click Here
Radio: 980AM WCAP
Listen Online: ESPN Radio
Watch Live: GoRiverHawks.tv
Live Blog: Coming 10/18
Joseph Pendenza (2-0-2, +2)
Chris Maniccia (1-1-2, +3)
(Photo/Justin Soderberg/View from 123)
The first week of the season for the past two years has been underwhelming at best and this year held up that form. The national eye has started to give up on this UMass Lowell River Hawks team, and I wouldn’t expect anything else. Writers country wide have never liked the Hawks, but once they made the Frozen Four, it seems so many...
The Pittsburgh Penguins made another cut from their training camp roster today. Goaltender Eric Hartzell was re-assigned to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. They open their camp tomorrow. With this move, the Penguins now have 43 players remaining on the Pittsburgh training camp roster. Here is the breakdown by position:
Center (8): Sidney Crosby, Nick Drazenovic, Andrew Ebbett, Evgeni Malkin...
The Penguins have signed restricted free agent goaltender Eric Hartzell to a two-year, two-way contract that will pay him $550,000 at the NHL level.
In the spring, the Penguins signed Hartzell, 23, through the end of last season following his run to the NCAA Frozen Four with Quinnipiac.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have agreed to a two-year, two way deal with restricted free agent goaltender, Eric Hartzell worth $550,000 at the NHL level. Hartzell signed with the Penguins after leading the Quinnipiac Bobcats to the Finals in the Frozen Four. This past season he posted a 30-7-5 record with a stingy 1.57 goals-against average. Hartzell, a Hobey Baker Award Finalist...
If you want some write ups on dev camp for whatever reason...
-- The Pensnation has some good stuff from day 1. [ tpn ]
Tristan Jarry was fundamentally sound on the posts, squaring up to the shot and quick on his five hole. Had a little trouble with going side-to-side on many occasions.
-- Highland Park Hockey also some good stuff. [ HP ]
I was intrigued...
1. Eric Hartzell
3. Ryan Segalla
6. Nick D’Agostino
7. Alex Boak
9. Jake Guentzel
10. Olli Maatta
11. Jayson Megna
14. Tom Kuhnhackl
15. Bryan Rust
22. Brian Dumoulin
23. Scott Wilson
24. Garnet Hathaway
28. Richard Nejezchleb
29. Tristan Jarry
32. Oskar Sundqvist
34. Harrison Ruopp
37. Troy Josephs
39. A.J. White
40. Chris Shero
TEAM A NOTES
Tom Kuhnhackl was the first...