Brad Elliott Schlossman
Schlossman is in his 11th year covering college hockey for the Herald. In 2014, he was named one of the top three beat writers in the country by the Associated Press Sports Editors. He has voted in the national college hockey poll since 2007 and has served as a member of the Hobey Baker and Patty Kazmaier Award committees.
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There will be no changes to college hockey's overtime this season after all. The NCAA Men's and Women's Ice Hockey Rules Committee tabled its own recommendation that college hockey move to 4-on-4 overtimes across the board in all conferences.
The Western Collegiate Hockey Association has selected its new women's commissioner. Katie Million, who currently serves as the director of events for the New York State Olympic Regional Development Authority,...
Jade Miller is working on faceoffs. He's finding other small areas of his game to develop. For the Minto, N.D., product, he believes that's his ticket to earning a spot in the lineup for a Minnesota Duluth team that's deep at forward this season. Miller committed to the Bulldogs this spring after a strong year with Austin (Minn.) in the North American Hockey League. Near the end of the season, college recruiters came calling and he quickly settled on Minnesota Duluth.
Find your good-luck charms for the tables. Pick out your favorite fashion for The Strip. College hockey’s big show in Las Vegas is finally booked. Longtime rivals North Dakota and...
The Hockey Academy's grand opening was in 2009. It was Eli Rosendahl's first day on the job. During the past seven years, Rosendahl has risen from one of three helpers on staff to the director, playing a behind-the-scenes role in the development of numerous local hockey players. Many have gone on to junior hockey and college hockey careers—including a handful who helped UND win its eighth national championship just a few months ago.
The morning after Brad Berry returned home from Tampa, Fla., he walked into Starbucks with the national championship trophy. Fans and employees stopped to snap pictures. Then, Berry continued his day with breakfast at Darcy's Cafe, where he carried the trophy in tow. After that, he visited Rydell's with it. The trophy hasn't slowed down much since then. Upon bringing home UND's first national championship in 16 years, Berry has let the entire community join in the celebration.
The process of joining the NCHC will not be cheap for any potential seekers. The application fee is $20,000. The admittance fee is substantially higher — I’ve been told it’s...
Minnesota State-Mankato is nearly two months into its pursuit to join the National Collegiate Hockey Conference. MSU-Mankato president Richard Davenport first sent a letter to NCHC commissioner Josh Fenton on...
College hockey's two winningest programs of the last decade will meet in historic Madison Square Garden in December. But North Dakota and Boston College will have completely different-looking teams than the ones everyone saw in Tampa a couple months ago. Since the NCAA Frozen Four, 12 players from the two programs have turned pro early and signed NHL contracts. UND has lost five players early—juniors Paul LaDue, Troy Stecher, Luke Johnson and Keaton Thompson and sophomore Nick Schmaltz. Boston College has lost seven players early, likely a college hockey record.
Five years to the day of when four teams jumped ship from the Western Collegiate Hockey Association to form the National Collegiate Hockey Conference, Minnesota State-Mankato made it clear that it wants to do the same in the near future. MSU-Mankato announced Wednesday afternoon that it has applied for membership to the NCHC "to be proactive in seeking what's best for the University." The announcement came days before the Herald was scheduled to receive records from MSU-Mankato showing correspondence between the school and the league.