Thursday, September 22, 2011

NHL Bits: Kinkaid and Presizniuk

Two players who were integral parts of last year's Cleary Cup team made news in the NHL sphere: Keith Kinkaid started a preseason game last night against the Rangers, while Adam Presizniuk was cut from the Boston Bruins' training camp roster exactly one week ago.

Kinkaid logged 10 saves--on ten shots--in 31:13 of icetime. The former all-ECAC goaltender suited up in new pads in Devils red and black. However, he donned his Union helmet while wearing number 50.

For Presizniuk, however, the press wasn't quite as rosy. After playing in Boston Bruins' rookie camp, the former Union standout was let go only nine days later. There is still time, however, for Adam to sign with another team. His opportunity to crack the pro ranks will likely come via a PTO, a professional tryout agreement, with an AHL team. From there, the prolific college scorer will hopefully bring his nose for the net to the pro ranks.


Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Naming the Student Section

There has just been an announcement that the school plans on naming the Student Section. In order to vote on the name you must visit

Cast your vote, and if you come up with a clever name for other, post it in the comments section. Who knows, if enough people like it, your name could be the winner.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Video: Union College Hockey - The Storm Is Coming

Phil Cohn is back at it again with another stellar pump-up video. His videos are getting better and better each time. Just imagine what he has cooking for us later this season (or even as soon as opening weekend)!

We are less than one month away from the game at Army, so get pumped!

Thursday, September 1, 2011

2011-2012 ECAC Preseason Poll

Note: Look for UHB's all-conference team prediction and a rundown of our top 16 teams in the country shortly.

Click here or click through to enlarge the poll).

Edit: A tip of the hat to Dan, who correctly pointed out that Clarkson defenseman Mark Borowiecki is no longer with the Golden Knights--he signed with the Senators back in March.