The New Hampshire Wildcats are ready to tear into the competition this season as they take on some of
the best teams in college ice hockey. Some of the top programs in the NCAA Division I ranks are going to be skating into Whittemore
Center Arena in 2013 to try to push the Wildcats around, but that's easier said than done. The Wildcats have a ton of great
matchups on their schedule this season, and fans are clamoring to gain access to the arena for the biggest contests this year.
December 7th the Wildcats will host the Boston College Eagles hockey team in what should be one of the toughest tests of the
season for New Hampshire. Boston College is always one of the top programs in college hockey year in and year out, which makes
this a huge game on the schedule for New Hampshire. The Eagles have some of the top players in the nation, perhaps even a
few players that could make it to the next level in the National Hockey League. Still, it's a team game, and if the Wildcats
can play together and execute their game plan, they just might have what it takes to ground the Eagles in this one. Fans are
sure to pack into the Whittemore Center Arena for this game, as it could be one of the best of the season.
1st the Wildcats will see what they're made of when the Norte Dame Fighting Irish hit the ice in an effort to score a victory
on New Hampshire's campus. The Wildcats certainly will have a thing or two to say about that, as this is a team that never
goes down easily. New Hampshire's players will fight tooth and nail, and claw their way to a victory if need be. Notre Dame
is sure to be a tough matchup, but the Wildcats are looking to send them back to South Bend with bruised and battered, and
with a loss.
The New Hampshire Wildcats hockey program is a part of the NCAA Division I ranks, and
a program that competes in the American East Association, one of the top hockey conferences in the nation. The Wildcats play
their home games at Whittemore Center Arena in Durham, NH, where they annually host some of the best opponents that the NCAA
has to offer. This program has been to the NCAA Hockey Tournament a number of of times, and has appeared in the Frozen Four
on multiple occasions as well.
There is nothing better than seeing a sporting event live
and in person. Sports have been a part of cultures around the world for a very long time, and spectators have always enjoyed
watching athletes compete at the highest of levels. When you're there in the stands at a sporting event like this one, you're
treated to seeing some of the most talented athletes in the entire world going head to head with everything on the line. There's
nothing that compares to the atmosphere at a game, where you're surrounded by fans that are all there to enjoy a great spectacle
There is something special about the sport of hockey. No other sport in the world seems to combine the assets
of power and grace so well, as these are some of the most incredible athletes you'll ever see hit the ice. Going to see a
game in person is a completely different experience than watching it from home, which is why so many people head to the arena
for all the biggest games featuring their favorite teams. You're sure to get caught up in the electric atmosphere that comes
with attending a collegiate hockey contest. You'll find yourself in the stands, cheering with everything you've got as you
root for the home team to take out their opponent with effort and skill. Collegiate sports are always special, because when
you head to a college sports event you're treated to seeing the best amateur athletes in the world. These student-athletes
are always willing to give it their all in the name of school pride, and that makes seeing them in person all the more thrilling
The Hockey East Association, more commonly known as Hockey East, is a Division I college
hockey conference that predominantly features collegiate hockey programs in the New England area. The conference currently
has 12 members, the Boston College Eagles, Boston University Terriers, University of Connecticut Huskies, University of Maine
Black Bears, University of Massachusetts Amherst Minutemen, University of Massachusetts Lowell Riverhawks, Merrimack College
Warriors, University of New Hampshire Wildcats, Northeastern University Huskies, University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish,
Providence College Friars and University of Vermont Catamounts.
When did the New Hampshire Wildcats
hockey team make their first appearance in the NCAA Hockey Tournament?
The answer is 1977, when the Wildcats made it
all the way to the Frozen Four.