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Parting Schotts

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Ken Schott blogs about college hockey & more
Monday, July 27, 2015

Union, RPI each have 18 players on ECAC Hockey All-Academic team

Union and RPI each had 18 players make the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team, it was announced Monday. The Union players on the squad are JC Brassard, Sam Coatta, Nick Cruice, Theo Di Pauli, Spencer Foo, Sebastien Gingras, Noah Henry, Tyler Hynes, Matt Krug, Eli Lichtenwald, Connor Light, Max Novak, Dillon ...
Monday, July 27, 2015

Rangers-Blackhawks drop puck on NBC Sports Group NHL schedule

NBC Sports Group will drop the puck on its 2015-16 NHL coverage with a doubleheader on NBCSN Wednesday, Oct. 6, it announced Monday. The Chicago Blackhakwks will raise their Stanley Cup championship banner that night and then play the New York Rangers at 8 p.m. That will be followed at ...
Sunday, July 26, 2015

Riveters sign Union's Lundberg, Johnston

Two former Union women's hockey players are about to start their pro careers together. Goalie Shenae Lundberg and defenseman Ashley Johnston signed on Sunday with New York Riveters of the National Women's Hockey League, which starts its inaugural season this fall. Lundberg graduated in June. She made a program-record 3,023 ...
Friday, July 24, 2015

ESPN rids itself of Cowherd after comments on Dominicans in baseball

Colin Cowherd, who was scheduled to leave his ESPN Radio show next week, was shown the door Friday after comments he made on his Thursday program about Dominican Republic players in baseball. Here is what Cowherd said: “It’s too complex? I’ve never bought into that ‘baseball is too complex.’ Really? ...
Friday, July 24, 2015

Ex-Union standout Jooris re-signs with Flames (updates with Jooris comment)

Josh Jooris and the Calgary Flames avoided a salary arbitration hearing when the team announced Friday that it had signed the former Union College standout to a one-year contract. The contract is a one-way deal worth $975,000. That means if Jooris is sent to the minors, he's still paid an ...
Thursday, July 23, 2015

Another win for Gage, another no-decision for Hoffman

Capital Region natives Matt Gage and Jeff Hoffman pitched well in their second Eastern League starts Thursday. One got a win, the other saw a victory fall by the wayside. Gage, a Broadalbin-Perth High School graduate and Siena College product, improved to 2-0 in pitching the Richmond Flying Squirrels to ...
Thursday, July 23, 2015

New college football role for Tessitore at ESPN

CBA graduate and Schenectady native Joe Tessitore will have a new role on ESPN's college football coverage. ESPN announced Thursday that Tessitore will be the host "College Football Final," which airs after the late college football games are over. He takes over for Rece Davis, who is the new host ...
Saturday, July 18, 2015

A no-decision for Hoffman in Class AA debut

Shaker High School graduate and Toronto Blue Jays prospect Jeff Hoffman didn't get a decision in his Class AA debut with the Eastern League's New Hampshire Fisher Cats on Saturday. Hoffman, the Blue Jays' No. 1 pick in last year's Major League Baseball Draft, allowed two runs on five hits ...
Friday, July 17, 2015

Broadalbin-Perth grad Gage wins Eastern League debut

Pitcher Matt Gage, a Broadalbin-Perth High School graduate and a two-year member of the Siena College baseball team, had an impressive Class AA debut for the Richmond Flying Squirrels, the San Francisco Giants' Eastern League affiliate. The left-hander allowed a run on seven hits in five innings and got the ...
Friday, July 17, 2015

Conclusion of British Open second round on ESPN at 2 a.m. Saturday

ESPN will show the conclusion of the second round of the British Open at 2 a.m. Saturday. The start of the second round was delayed for more than three hours because of inclement weather. Several golfers were still on the course when the round was stopped because of darkness. Once ...

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