The 2015 NCAA Champions will be crowned tomorrow night in Boston as Providence faces off against B.U. at TD Garden. During the hours leading up to the NCAA final many future college hockey players will be taking to the ice in a title game of their own in Boston and the surrounding regions. All but a few division semifinals are now in the books and just two teams remain.More >
This Friday all 12 VHL All-Star teams will come together at the Haverhill Valley Forum for the grand finale! The West and North teams advanced to the finals at both the Peewee and Mite levels. The Squirt East and South teams finished the season with identical 8-2-1 records. The East earned the #1 seed with a 2-1-1 head to head record and will face the South one last time.More >
MIKE LYNCH COLUMN
A Random Act of Kindness
I've written about Pete Frates in this space a few times. All of us never seem to run out of words when chronicling the courage of Pete and how he has affected so many without even using his voice. On April 15th, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh asked Bostonians to perform a random act of kindness on the second anniversary of the Marathon bombings.
Ben Cherington and the Boston Red Sox took the lead two days prior to the 15th during the ceremonies preceding the Red Sox home opener. Read More
PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
Week ending March 15th