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Field Hockey: The Great Debate: Local vs. International Talent

Bret Belden April 13, 2015

By Justin Loring, Former Sports Editor Recruiting in any sport presents its own set of challenges. With NCAA regulations, dead periods and showcases all over the country, it can be a lot to handle. When...

Field Hockey: Ross Gorham has made a name for himself coaching UNH field hockey

Bret Belden April 2, 2015

By JUSTIN LORING SPORTS EDITOR In the last five years, the UNH field hockey team has been one of the most consistent and successful programs on campus. Highlighted by five consecutive trips to the America...

Men's hockey: Sharks and Wildcats — Willows signs with AHL’s Worcester, Downing to Minnesota

Bret Belden March 26, 2015

By Justin Loring, Sports Editor With UNH’s hockey season officially wrapping up on Friday, NHL teams wasted no time in contacting its free agents. On Wednesday, the Minnesota Wild announced that it...

Men's hockey: UNH falls to top-seeded BU after historic run to end season

Bret Belden March 23, 2015

By Justin Loring, Sports Editor BOSTON — After holding the nation’s longest winning streak, overcoming insurmountable late-season odds and a grueling three-game series which saw each game decided...

Men's Hockey: Boston Calling: Wildcats advance to Hockey East semifinal

Bret Belden March 16, 2015

By Justin Loring, Sports Editor PROVIDENCE — Back in January, most people would have scoffed at the notion of the UNH Wildcats advancing to the Hockey East semifinal in Boston. With a record of just...

Men's Hockey: Showdown at Schneider

Bret Belden March 12, 2015

By Justin Loring, Sports Editor For a deep playoff run, most teams rely on two things: home-ice advantage and a hot goaltender. The UNH men’s hockey team hasn’t lost in a month, thanks in large part...

Men's Hockey: Wildcats punch ticket to Hockey East quarterfinals

Bret Belden March 9, 2015

By JUSTIN LORING SPORTS EDITOR It took everything they had, but after constant pressure all game UNH  was able to score two third-period goals to defeat Connecticut by a score of 2-0. In one of the best...

Men's Hockey: Home-ice advantage: UNH clinches the No. 8 seed in the Hockey East tournament with weekend sweep of Merrimack

Bret Belden March 2, 2015

By Justin Loring, Sports Editor It was the team’s goal since Christmas break, and on Saturday afternoon, the UNH men’s hockey team accomplished it  : clinching home-ice in the first round of the...

Women's Hockey: ‘We’re the team that doesn’t give up’: A decisive game three goes down to the wire, but UNH can’t advance in quarterfinals

Bret Belden March 2, 2015

By Justin Loring, Sports Editor It took a last-minute goal on Saturday and a hat trick effort from one of the best players in the nation to sink the Wildcat women’s hockey team this weekend in the Hockey...

Men's Hockey: 'Cats win fourth in a row, top Merrimack 4-1

Bret Belden February 28, 2015

If years past have taught us anything, it’s that the final week of the season can be the source of the most excitement in Hockey East. With UNH’s 4-1 win over Merrimack College on Friday night, the...

Opinion: "If I were Bob Kraft…" – TNH sports staff weighs in on what moves the Patriots should make this offseason

Bret Belden February 26, 2015

While the joy of winning the Super Bowl is still fresh in the minds of many Patriot fans, coaches and personnel have already begun to scout prospects at the NFL combine and weigh the impact of free agency....

Men's hockey notebook: ‘Cats prepare for newcomer Connecticut

Bret Belden February 20, 2015

By Justin Loring, Sports Editor It’s been nothing short of a rollercoaster ride for Matt Willows and company this season. The one consistency seems to be inconsistency for the young team, as they had...

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