Thanksgiving’s hours away – but there’s no rest for the UNH hockey team. The Wildcats are on the road, getting ready to play a weekend series at Colorado College. Once the second game ends, No. 20 UNH will have played 10 games in 23 days, a stretch that has been made all the more grueling for the well-traveled ’Cats with a weekend in Providence and a cross-country trip to Colorado. It hasn’t been an easy slate. But the Wildcats haven’t seemed any worse for the
Concord High held a pep rally for its football team this afternoon to get ready for its championship bout tomorrow when it hosts No. 3 Pinkerton at 1 p.m. at Memorial Field.
When the UNH men’s hockey team fell to 1-5-1 for the season, it had the benefit of a portion of the schedule coming up that was significantly weaker than the assembly line of national powers it had faced to begin the year. After games against teams like Minnesota, Michigan and UMass Lowell, the Wildcats were facing Massachusetts, Brown and Northeastern, solid teams (NU was ranked going in, after all), but not of the caliber of their previous opponents. And to UNH’s credit, the team capitalized,