Ohio Hockey News Roundup: 11/21/2013

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Here at the Union and Blue, we are committed to covering the Columbus Blue Jackets and bringing you the latest news and opinions about the team. The Blue Jackets are not the only hockey team in Ohio and in the Ohio Hockey News Roundup we will provide a quick overview of the latest news in Ohio hockey. The primary focus will be the Lake Erie Monsters of the AHL, the Toledo Walleye of the ECHL, and the Cincinnati Cyclones of the ECHL, as well as any interesting news at the NCAA level.

Nov 14, 2013; Columbus, OH, USA; Mandatory Credit: Greg Bartram-USA TODAY Sports

Ohio State

Despite going into a two game series with Canisius College without their starting goaltender, freshman backup Logan Davis stood strong for Ohio State led them to two victories over the weekend. Davis had a shutout in the first game, a 3-0 win. Ohio State followed up with a 3-1 win last Saturday. Strong defensive play by Ohio State shut down Canisius’ offense, something that made Davis’ job a bit easier. The Buckeyes have this upcoming weekend off. They will open Big 10 Conference Play on November 29th against Michigan in Ann Armor. On December 2nd, Michigan will close out the series in Columbus.

Union and Blue plans to have special coverage of the Ohio State vs Michigan mens hockey series.

  • Recap of the Canisius series from The Lantern [ The Lantern ]
  • An interesting bullet point from the Big 10:

Roughly one quarter of the way through the 2013-14 season, three Big Ten teams rank among the nation’s top 12 squads in winning percentage. Minnesota is tied for third nationally with a winning percentage of .850 while Michigan follows in a tie for sixth at .750. Buoyed by its recent hot streak, Ohio State has climbed into a tie for 11th with a winning percentage of .667. Since Oct. 25, no team in the country has posted more wins than Ohio State’s eight

[ The Big 10 ]

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