UConn Hockey’s Evan Richardson Playing Best Hockey of His Career

Despite the fact that the UConn Huskies men’s hockey team is struggling right now after four straight losses, Evan Richardson has been playing his best hockey in his career according to head coach Mike Cavanaugh.

Hopefully, the Huskies can get things back on the winning track tonight when they take on the Army Black Knights at the XL Center. You can catch the game on WTIC 1080-AM.

Video: Mike Cavanaugh Wants UConn Hockey To Be Known as Top 10 Team

With the 5-2 win over the Boston University Terriers on Tuesday night, the UConn hockey program, led by head coach Mike Cavanaugh, is 4-3-1 against Top 10 teams in two seasons of Hockey East play.

While Cavanaugh is happy with that, he’d rather that UConn hockey be known as a top 10 team year in and year out.

Photos – MHOC: UConn Huskies @ Boston University Terriers – 10/24/15

Here is a photo gallery from the UConn men’s hockey game vs the Boston University Terriers at Agganis Arena in Boston, MA on October 25, 2015. BU beat the UConn men’s hockey team 4-2. To see full size picture or slide show, please click on image (mobile/tablet users: to scroll through photos, you can swipe […]

Select UConn Hockey Games to Air on WTIC

From UConn: October 22, 2015 – The University of Connecticut men’s ice hockey team will receive extensive coverage this season on the UConn IMG Audio Network with the debut of the “UConn Hockey Radio Show” with head coach Mike Cavanaugh and game coverage of 12 Husky contests. The show and games will be heard on […]

Two UConn Men’s Hockey Games To Air On NESN

As part of NESN’s 17 game Hockey East schedule, the UConn men’s hockey team will see two of their games be broadcast on the regional network. The two UConn men’s hockey games to be broadcast on NESN are as follow: Dec 6, 2015 – UConn @ UMass Lowell – 1 p.m. – NESN Jan 22, […]

Video: UConn Hockey Freshmen Continue To Impress

UConn hockey coach Mike Cavanaugh doesn’t want to heap too much praise on his freshman just yet. They are after all just freshman playing in their third career game.

But you can’t help but notice that before this game, Max Letunov and Tage Thompson, both UConn hockey freshman were on top of the scoring list. Plus two other freshman, Miles Gendron and Joseph Masonius had a goal each.

The freshman class continued their scoring ways in Friday night’s 5-1 win over the Arizona State Sun Devils with five points. Letunov and Masonius both had two assists while Max Kalter added his first career game.

After the game, Cavanaugh talked about the freshman and their play through the first three games: