M. HOCKEY | Rivalries at the rink

December 4, 2009
The men’s hockey team faces two stern tests of its ECAC credentials at Ingalls Rink this coming weekend. The No. 10 Bulldogs (5–3–2, 2–1–2 ECAC) welcome fourth-ranked rivals Quinnipiac (12–1–0, 7–0–0) and Princeton (4–5–1, 2–4–1) on Friday and Saturday, respectively. Quinnipiac’s Bobcats sit atop the ECAC with 14 points — four clear of second-place Cornell »
Forward Brian O’Neill ’12 looks to score from close range during Yale’s 4-2 win over No. 3 Cornell on Friday at Ingalls Rink. O’Neill had two goals and three assists in two games over the weekend.

M. HOCKEY | Elis take down No. 3 Cornell in nailbiter

November 16, 2009
The No. 12 Bulldogs cast aside the disappointment of getting just one point last weekend, bouncing back to beat rival No. 3 Cornell 4–2 at home Friday and earning a hard-fought 3–3 tie against Colgate Saturday. Yale (2–1–1, 1–1–1 ECAC Hockey) opened conference play in the newly renovated Ingalls Rink against a Cornell team (3–1, »

M. HOCKEY | Big game vs. No. 3 Big Red

November 13, 2009
After a disappointing start to its ECAC regular season and tournament title-defense campaign last weekend, the men’s hockey team welcomes archrival No. 3 Cornell to Ingalls Rink this weekend in its first ECAC homestand of the season. The No. 12 Bulldogs (1–1–1, 0–1–1 ECAC Hockey) — who, with most of last season’s core and about »

M. HOCKEY | Showdown at Ingalls

November 11, 2009
The excitement toward “The Game” has captured the attention of many at Yale. But in and around Ingalls Rink, the Crimson pale in comparison to the Big Red. The Bulldogs (1–1–1, 0–1–1 ECAC) welcome their Ivy League rivals Cornell to Ingalls Rink on Friday night for one of this season’s most anticipated games. “It’s always »

M. HOCKEY | Flat-footed start in ECAC

November 9, 2009
Yale men’s hockey had hoped for in their ECAC schedule. A tough weekend on the road saw the No. 6 Bulldogs (1–1–1, 0–1–1 ECAC) fall to RPI on Friday evening, 5–2, and tie Union, 3–3, to open conference play. It was a stalemate at Houston Field House in Troy, N.Y., until RPI (6–3–1, 2–0) landed »

M. HOCKEY | Elis begin ECAC in N.Y.

November 6, 2009
The men’s hockey team will take its first steps toward defending its ECAC championship this weekend. The Bulldogs will travel to upstate New York to play Rensselaer (4–3–1, 0–0 ECAC) tonight at 7 p.m. and Union (3–3–1, 0–0) tomorrow at 7 p.m. Yale (1–0–0) has been successful against Rensselaer in the past. In the teams’ »

M. HOCKEY: Allain hopes to build on 2008-’09

November 5, 2009
Q: After the huge success of last season and winning the ECAC championship, what are your expectations and hopes for this season? A: We’d like to improve upon last year. I think that everyone in our locker room feels like they can get better individually and that we can get better as a group. Q: »

M. HOCKEY: 2013 looking to step in

November 5, 2009
Joining a new team is never easy, especially not a team that looks to improve upon its most successful season in team history. The seven members of the men’s hockey team’s class of 2013 have the task of filling the gaps left by departing seniors as they adapt to the many challenges facing newcomers. Andrew »

M. HOCKEY: Bulldogs win in opener

November 2, 2009
In their first regular season game at Princeton on Saturday, the Yale men’s hockey team showed why it is favored to defend the ECAC championship, convincingly beating the No. 11 Tigers 5–2. Although not officially an ECAC contest, facing Princeton, ranked 11th nationally, in their opener was a good barometer for the Elis, who are »

W. HOCKEY: Bulldogs fight back, tie opener

October 26, 2009
The women’s hockey team’s season opener against Providence lived up to its billing as a tough encounter for the Elis. It was quite the way to start off a season — coming from behind twice to earn a 2–2 draw Saturday evening in Providence. Forward Bray Ketchum ’11 retained her momentum from last season, in »

W. HOCKEY: Elis return to the ice

October 23, 2009
Last season was trying both on and off the ice for the women’s ice hockey team, but a young Bulldog squad is looking forward to a new start. Yale finished the 2008-09 season with a record of 12-16-1, 8-13-1 in the Ivy League, one which they hope to improve on, starting with this weekend’s trip »