Ryan Durling

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Ryan Durling is the Managing Editor of Stanley Cup of Chowder. Originally from Syracuse, NY, Ryan now resides in Boston, where he can often be found sipping craft beers and talking baseball or hockey. Follow him on twitter at @Ryan_Durling and feel free to contact him via email at ryandurling (at) gmail (dot) com.

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Come talk hockey at Cup of Chowder tonight


Yes, we're done playing hockey 'til October. But that's no matter. If you're watching anything tonight, come talk about it at Stanley Cup of Chowder, as we share our support for our friends in...

Hockey East Week 21 Power Rankings


UMass-Lowell became the first team not from Boston, Durham or Orono to win the Hockey East regular season title with their 4-1 win over Providence on Saturday night, but was it enough to vault them...

Jack Parker retiring as coach of Boston University


After 40 years behind the bench, Boston University head coach Jack Parker will retire from his position, reports ESPN.

BC, Northeastern Beanpot Lines


Boston College and Northeastern have taken to the ice for pre-game warmups in advance of their second Beanpot Championship game in three years. Here are the lines for the 2013 Beanpot Championship...

BC's Beanpot title defense begins


It's Trophy Season for Boston College, which looks to continue its recent dominance in the Beanpot beginning Monday night.

Power Rankings: Is Maine frisky or just faking?


How far will sweeping BC move Maine up the rankings, and will Lowell finally get some love for their hot streak?

A bad weekend for good teams in Hockey East


Parity may have been the name of the game in Hockey East this weekend, but there's plenty of reasons for it.

HEA Power Rankings:Lowell, Providence Make Moves


We felt good about things after last week, but Providence, UMass and BU all gave us some things to think about this past weekend.

Three Stars, Three Scars


If you're a fan of offense, this was the weekend for you in Hockey East. Of course, that means it was a pretty rotten weekend for goaltending.

Hockey East Week 13 Power Rankings

We've been ready for this for a long time.

Hockey East Stars and Scars

In which we are all witnesses to Johnny Gaudreau's polarizing enigma.

UNH earns split with 2-1 win over BC


John Henrion netted a late power play goal to give UNH a 2-1 win over Boston College Saturday night at the Whittemore Center in Durham, NH.

UNH leads BC 1-0 after second period


Matt Willows' first collegiate goal was the highlight of the second period for UNH.

BC, UNH Scoreless After First Period


UNH dictated the play, but Boston College had the better chances in a scoreless first period at the Whittemore Center.

BC, UNH battle for Hockey East supremacy


The biggest series of the Hockey East season takes place this weekend, as third-ranked BC and fourth-ranked UNH face off in a home-and-home battle with the conference's top spot on the line.

York Sets All-Time NCAA Wins Record


Jerry York earned his 925th win as a Division I head coach as BC beat Alabama-Huntsville 5-2 on Saturday night

Hockey East Week 10 Power Rankings


BU and Providence made big statements last weekend, but they're still a long ways from the top of the mountain, where UNH and BC still reside.

Hockey East Three Stars: Week 10

A strong weekend for both of BU's goaltenders gave the Terriers a big boost heading into the holiday break.

Hockey East Stats: Northeastern's struggles

There have been a few times when Northeastern's looked really good this year. But mostly, they've looked really bad.

Hockey East Power Rankings: Here Comes UNH


With Boston College hockey stumbling at BU Friday night, UNH is an easy pick for the top spot in the Hockey East power rankings.

Hockey East 3 Stars: Spotlight on UNH, BC Offense

The offenses for UNH and Boston College both made big statements this weekend, but it was a goalie who made a statement in northern Maine.

Hockey East scores: UNH has another big weekend

Could UNH be the number one team in the country after sweeping their weekend series with Lowell?

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