UConn Huskies Hockey Tickets
Head Coach: Mike Cavanaugh
Other Coaching Staff: Joe Pereira (Associate Head Coach), Tyler Helton (Assistant Coach), Matt Michno (Volunteer Assistant Coach)
NCAA Division: Division I
Regional Conference: Hockey East
UConn Huskies Hockey TicketsAs one of the phenoms of New England collegiate sports, the UConn Huskies — in all sports, but particularly in hockey — are among the best teams in their league and in their division. The Huskies are part of the NCAA’s elite Division I and are also part of Hockey East, New England’s own collegiate hockey conference. Since Hockey East’s founding in 1984, it has sent more of its teams to NCAA tournaments than any other conference in a comparable span of time. Despite facing such consistently stiff competition, the UConn Huskies have frequently placed well in NCAA tournaments and regularly find themselves ranked among the best teams in Hockey East. Indeed, since the founding of the UConn Huskies’ men’s ice hockey program in 1960, the Huskies have been a force to be reckoned with. 2020 is already gearing to be business as usual for the Huskies as they prepare to head to the NCAA Championships this year. You and legions of other fans will have the opportunity to watch them and cheer them on. Get your UConn Huskies hockey team tickets at StubHub today.
Which players are on the UConn Huskies hockey team?The UConn Huskies hockey team currently has a number of talented players on its roster. Some of these include goaltender Ryan Keane; defensemen Roman Kinal, Yan Kuznetsov, Jake Flynn and Adam Karashik; and forwards Carter Turnbull, Jonny Evans, Jachym Kondelik, Eric Linell and Vladislav Firstov.
What’s the 2020 schedule like for the UConn Huskies hockey team?According to the team’s current schedule, the UConn Huskies are set to play the UMass Minutemen on February 28 and 29 in a home game and an away game, respectively. After that, the Huskies are scheduled to play at their own home base against the UMass Lowell Riverhawks on March 6. Then, from March 13 to March 15, the Huskies will be involved in the Hockey East Quarterfinals. If the team moves on further, they may get to play in the championship on March 20 and 21. After that, the Huskies will have NCAA Regional games on March 27 through 29 to play in and NCAA Championship games on April 9, 10 and 11.
What are some of the venues where the UConn Huskies play hockey?Since its opening in the fall of 1998, the Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum has been the arena for all home games played by the UConn Huskies men’s ice hockey team. However, in addition to this area, the University of Connecticut plans to build and open a new home arena for the Huskies by the fall of 2021. Besides their home arena, the UConn Huskies have played in venues like the Mullins Center at UMass Amherst, the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell, Lynah Rink at Cornell University and the Agganis Arena at Boston University.
How have the UConn Huskies performed in the Hockey East rankings?During the 2019-2020 season, the UConn Huskies sit at No. 4 in the Hockey East Standings, which is an improvement over the No. 9 position that they occupied during the 2018-2019 season and the No. 5 position they had during 2017-2018. in 2016-2017, the Huskies ranked ninth, and in 2015-2016, they ranked eighth. This suggests an overall trajectory of improvement for the team, which should make fans excited.
What other sporting events might fans of the UConn Huskies enjoy?Other than the UConn Huskies, there are some other major collegiate hockey teams that may be worth seeing for college sports fans, like their Hockey East rivals the UMass Minutemen, the Boston College Eagles and the Maine Black Bears. Some other important teams in NCAA Division I men’s hockey are the University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks, the Cornell Big Red, the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs, the Clarkson Golden Knights and the Denver Pioneers. Get the UConn Huskies Hockey schedule, and that of other exciting sporting events, at StubHub.
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