CORAL SPRINGS The smaller, more skilled players can relax after seeing former Princeton standout George "The Stache" Parros make his Panthers' debut on the ice at Saveology.com Iceplex Friday morning for another informal practice.
ALBANY, N.Y. -- Former Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute standout Adam Oates has been selected to the Hockey Hall of Fame 2012 class. Oates will be inducted along with three others during the 2012 Induction Weekend festivities which will run from Friday, November 9 through Sunday, November 11, culminating with the Induction Celebration Monday, November 12 at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, Ont.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Washington Capitals have announced that former Rensselaer standout Adam Oates '85 has been chosen to serve as the head coach of the National Hockey League franchise. He joins the Capitals organization after serving as an assistant with the New Jersey Devils for the past two seasons.
Aaron Volpatti watched the Stanley Cup final as closely as anyone, so he noticed how both the Kings and the Devils had fourth lines that can crash, bang, produce big goals and play more than token minutes.
Following the signing of former St. Lawrence standout Jeff Caister last week, the Fife Flyers (Scotland) announced that former Saints standout Derek Keller has also joined the Kirkcaldy club for the 2012-13 season.
TORONTO – Dominic Moore, forward for the San Jose Sharks and former Harvard standout, along with the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) shall host Smashfest! – a fan-inspired event designed to showcase NHL players’ ping-pong skills while raising money for concussion research.
Less than three weeks after graduating from Harvard, Alex Killorn capped a brilliant 2011-12 season by hoisting the Calder Cup following his Norfolk Admirals' defeat of the Toronto Marlies to win the American Hockey League championship.
LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles Kings defenseman Willie Mitchell couldn't stand in place for long. He skated around the crowded ice at Staples Center, his bloodshot eyes scanning the crowd, looking for the only thing that meant more to him than the Stanley Cup he had just raised above his head.
Add Willie Mitchell to the list of former Clarkson University Hockey all-stars who have raised the Stanley Cup as an National Hockey League champion. Mitchell and his Los Angeles teammates claimed the most coveted trophy in all of sports when the Kings defeated the New Jersey Devils 6-1 in Game 6 at the Staples Center in downtown LA on Monday night to win the Stanley Cup finals series 4-2.
Former Clarkson University Hockey All-Star Chris Clark has joined the growing list of former Golden Knight standouts who have moved into a front-office position in the National Hockey League after completing lengthy playing careers. Clark, who skated 13 seasons in the NHL, was recently named the development coach of the Columbus Blue Jackets.