The top five college hockey stories of the year.
Wisconsin lands a commitment from one of the top 1997-born forwards in the United States, Brock Boeser from Burnsville, Minn.
Per a report on USHR.com, associate head coach Mike Bavis has announced his resignation after 15 seasons with his alma mater Boston University Terriers.
Former NCAA players had success in the first round of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs. Former Wisconsin star Joe Pavelski had eight points to lead San Jose into the second round while former UMas goalie Jonathan Quick was immense in net for the LA Kings
Rising Austin Prep captain Bobo Carpenter - the son of former Boston Bruin All-Star Bobby Carpenter - finalized his commit to Boston University on Friday.
Mike Cavanaugh, a member of the coaching staff at Boston College since 1995, has been named the new head hockey coach at Connecticut. The Huskies will compete in the Atlantic Hockey Association for one more season before joining Hockey East in 2014.
Former Princeton goaltender Mike Condon has signed a max entry level contract with the Montreal Canadians, according to a source. A formal announcement is expected later today.
Sioux City defenseman Cliff Watson is no longer committed to Ohio State after a coaching change in Columbus.
Detroit Catholic Central High School forward Michael Babcock has committed to Merrimack. He is the son of Detroit Red Wings head coach Mike Babcock. He will play for the Cedar Rapids Roughriders in the USHL this upcoming season.
Niagara junior goaltender Carsen Chubak, a Hobey Baker Finalist in 2013, has signed an AHL contract with the Adirondack Phantoms. The Prince Albert, Saskatchewan native will forego his final season of collegiate eligibility for the Purple Eagles.