Providence College Hockey Junior Erik Foley has forgone his Senior season and signed a three-year entry level deal beginning in 2018-2019 with the St. Louis Blues of the NHL. Foley is headed to the AHL's San Antonio Rampage (Colorado Avalanche affiliate) on an amateur tryout contract for the remainder of this season. Foley's rights were … Continue reading PC Hockey Junior Erik Foley Signs Contract with the St. Louis Blues
Providence College Hockey's Senior Captain Brian Pinho from North Andover, Mass. has signed a two-year entry level contract with the Washington Capitals of the NHL. Pinho was drafted by the Capitals in the 2013 NHL Draft with the 174th overall selection. The Caps held his rights until August 15th of this year and if they … Continue reading PC Hockey Senior Captain Brian Pinho Signed by the Washington Capitals
Ben Mirageas, a PC Friar recruit who will begin his Providence career in 2018 and Jacob Bryson, sophomore at PC were selected this past Saturday at NHL Entry Draft. Ben Mirageas, from nearby Newburyport, Mass., was selected by the New York Islanders in the 3rd round with the 77th overall pick. Mirageas had a helluva … Continue reading Two PC Friar Hockey Players Selected in the 2017 NHL Draft
The Providence College Friars Men's Hockey Team announced their annual awards for their players for the 2016-2017 College Hockey season. Here's the list of the awards for this past season: Lou Lamoriello Award (Team's Most Valuable Player): Brian Pinho Gates Orlando Award (Most Points): Brian Pinho; 40 points Robert Gaudreau, Jr. Award (Most Goals): Erik Foley; 15 … Continue reading PC Men’s Ice Hockey Announces End of the Year Player Awards for the 2016-2017 Season
Providence College Alum Noel Acciari recently got called up by the Boston Bruins on March 1st, but it wasn't until his 5th game playing the the B's that Acciari was able to score his first goal as an NHL player. Playing at home against the Nashville Predators, Acciari was able to net a goal with … Continue reading Former PC Friar Noel Acciari Scores First NHL Goal for the Boston Bruins
Congrats to Coach Leaman!! Sorry, I mean, Congrats to National Championship Winning Coach Leaman!
The Providence College Men's Hockey team received their 2014-2015 NCAA National Championship rings on the Slavin lawn this past Friday, thus completing the final step before having to defend their title this upcoming season. The Friars won their first National Championship in their fourth trip to the Frozen Four. .
A big congrats to the PC Hockey team on winning the National Championship! The Friars were back in the championship game for the first time in 30 years and didn't waste the opportunity, coming back from down 3-2 to win 4-3 over Boston University and claiming their first ever hockey National Championship for the school. … Continue reading Congratulations to PC Hockey on Winning the National Championship
ESPN.com - The past two years, the Providence Friars have been knocking on the door of Hockey East's upper echelons. This year, league coaches expect Nate Leaman's Friars to break through, establishing Providence as the prohibitive favorite for the 2014-15 season Hockey East crown. Hot on the Friars' heels is perennial powerhouse Boston College, the … Continue reading PC Friars Hockey Picked To Finish First in Hockey East this Year