FORT WAYNE, IN -- The Fort Wayne Komets of the Central Hockey League (CHL) announced Wednesday that veteran goaltender Nick Boucher, a former Dartmouth standout, has agreed to terms for the upcoming 2011-12 season. Boucher will be starting his fifth consecutive season with the Komets when the puck drops in October.
The Anaheim Ducks announced today that 18-year National Hockey League (NHL) veteran Todd Marchant has retired as a player from the NHL. Marchant will join the Anaheim Ducks front office as Director of Player Development.
FRISCO, Texas -- Joe Nieuwendyk admits that growing up in Oshawa, Ontario, the fact that he was able just to get the opportunity to play in the National Hockey League was what he considered the ultimate thrill.
ALBANY, N.Y. -- Former Cornell standout Joe Nieuwendyk has been selected to the Hockey Hall of Fame 2011 class. Nieuwendyk, in his second year of eligibility, will be inducted along with three others during the 2011 Induction Weekend festivities which will run from Friday, November 11 through Sunday, November 13, cumulating with the Induction Celebration Monday, November 14 at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, Ont.
Minnesota Wild General Manager Chuck Fletcher today announced the club has acquired center Darroll Powe, a former Princeton standout, from the Philadelphia Flyers in exchange for the club’s third-round pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.
Jason Visser, a former Union standout, will showcase his skills in Europe in 2011-12, having signed an agreement with the Friesland Flyers (Netherlands). The signing marks a return to the Netherlands for Visser, who played for the Geleen Smoke Eaters in 2006-07.
Peter Chiarelli doesn't look much like hockey with his professorial appearance and law degree from the University of Ottawa. He looks more like Harvard, which he captained during his playing days before going to law school, becoming an agent and getting into the management business.
General manager Peter Chiarelli, a former Harvard standout, and the Boston Bruins captured the team’s first National Hockey League championship in 39 years with Wednesday night’s 4-0 road win against the Vancouver Canucks in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final.
In 1991, after the highly publicized negotiations between Joe Juneau and Boston Bruins GM Harry Sinden fell through, the young college star was criticized by many as being selfish and unrealistic in his demands for a one-way NHL contract.
DAYTON, OH – The Dayton Gems have re-signed veteran forward Chris Lipsett, a former Clarkson standout, for the 2011-2012 season. Lipsett will return as an assistant coach and player for the Gems, the same position he had last season.