Yale Bulldogs Hockey Schedule
Once the college hockey season is fully underway, Ingalls Rink in New Haven, Connecticut
is the place to be as the Yale Bulldogs embark on their quest for yet another ECAC and national championship. Ingalls Rink
is one of the most exciting places in the world to be when the Bulldogs take the ice looking to add another win to their postseason
resume. As one of the most historic and successful programs in all of college hockey, Yale annually brings in some of the
top recruits and is always competitive and looking to make a run to the Frozen Four. This year's squad is loaded with talent
and expectations are high in New Haven. Be sure to make it out to a game this season and be part of the action from the start!
Friday, January 31st the Cornell Big Red enter Ingalls Rink with hopes of knocking off the defending National Champions at
home. Many teams have tried but few have succeeded in recent years as the Bulldogs have reestablished themselves as a true
national power, and the home team crowd never takes it easy on the visiting squad. Any love left over from Valentine's Day
will surely be extinguished on February 15th when the hated Princeton Tigers come to New Haven for a game against the Bulldogs.
The two Ivy League schools have a long history as rivals in every sport and hockey is certainly no exception. For information
on all of the Yale Bulldogs' upcoming hockey games be sure to check back on StubHub regularly.
the 2013-2014 season the Yale Bulldogs will be looking to win their second consecutive National Championship. Clearly success
on the ice is nothing new to the Bulldogs as they have also won two conference tournament championships. Coach Keith Allain
will be looking to fire up the troops and to get the most out of them this season. Should he be successful there could be
no stopping the Bulldogs on the ice. Led by senior defenseman and Colin Dueck, Yale will undoubtedly have a staunch defense
that will not be easy to score on. Senior Andrew Miller will be looking to light up the scoreboard at the forward position
once again but this year he should have even more help from sophomore forward Alex Ward. This could well be the year that
the Bulldogs firmly establish their dominance of the ECAC and possibly bring home another national championship, their second
in two years. Be sure to be part of what could be a historic season in New Haven right from the start.
fans in general are some of the most passionate sports fans around, but nothing quite matches the fanaticism surrounding college
hockey and Yale Bulldogs hockey fans are some of the most dedicated and vociferous fans in the entire NCAA. On game day at
Ingalls Rink, the fans file in and take their seats when the cheering and chanting begins. As the clock winds down closer
and closer to the dropping of the puck the crowd works itself into a frenzy. Finally both teams are ready for face off and
the excitement really begins. Thunderous, bone rattling hits, incredible displays of speed and agility, powerful slapshots,
and tremendous saves set the arena on fire for the following three periods of world class college hockey. By the time the
final buzzer sounds your voice is hoarse and your palms are stinging from clapping and giving high fives and you will already
be planning a return trip.
Yale Bulldogs Hockey Conference
Yale plays hockey in the ECAC, the Eastern
Collegiate Athletic Conference, which is one of the most hotly contested hockey leagues in the country. This could well be
the season that either Harvard or Yale separate themselves from the pack of the other ten participants in the league and take
the title home to either Connecticut or Massachusetts. The path will not be easy, however, as both teams will have to eventually
face Brown, Army, Cornell, Dartmouth, and several other hockey powerhouses. Anyone who is familiar with college hockey is
well aware that navigating through the treacherous ECAC conference schedule is an unenviable task, yet both Harvard and Yale
appear poised to come out on top. Whoever comes out of the ECAC unscathed will be well prepared to make a deep post season
run, possibly to the Frozen Four, after playing such a rigorous conference schedule.
is the oldest collegiate hockey program in the United States. They played their first intercollegiate game, a 2-2 tie with
Johns Hopkins, all the way back in 1896, and their program dates back to 1893. Despite all of that history it was not until
the 2013 season that the Bulldogs finally brought home their long awaited first National Championship in college hockey.