ACHA D1 SCHEDULE

DATE HOME TEAM FINAL AWAY TEAM TIME LOCATION
September 13, 2014 White 3 6 Blue 8:00 pm Northtown Center (Blue vs. White)
September 19, 2014 Canisius 1 3 Logo
BUFFALO
7:00 pm Buffalo State Ice Arena
September 20, 2014 #21 Mercyhurst 1 2 Logo
BUFFALO
7:00 pm Mercyhurst Ice Center on Campus
September 26, 2014 Logo
BUFFALO
9 2 Robert Morris PA 7:30 pm Northtown Center
September 27, 2014 Logo
BUFFALO
1 0 #21 Mercyhurst 7:30 pm Northtown Center
October 3, 2014 Logo
BUFFALO
13 1 Ithaca 7:30 pm Northtown Center
October 4, 2014 Logo
BUFFALO
7 1 RIT 7:30 pm Northtown Center
October 10, 2014 #12 Rhode Island 3 1 Logo
BUFFALO
7:00 pm Bradford R. Boss Ice Arena
October 11, 2014 #12 Rhode Island 5 1 Logo
BUFFALO
4:00 pm Bradford R. Boss Ice Arena
October 17, 2014 PSU – Berks 4 6 Logo
BUFFALO
8:15 pm Body Zone Sports and Wellness Complex
October 18, 2014 Drexel 1 5 Logo
BUFFALO
7:45 pm Class of 1923 Ice Arena – UPenn Campus
October 19, 2014 Villanova 0 3 Logo
BUFFALO
1:00 pm Hatfield Ice World
October 24, 2014 Logo
BUFFALO
3 0 John Carroll 7:30 pm Northtown Center
October 31, 2014 Logo
BUFFALO
1 4 #25 Niagara 7:30 pm Northtown Center
November 7, 2014 Logo
BUFFALO
2 3 Logo
Syracuse
7:30 pm Northtown Center – Military Apprecation Night
November 8, 2014 Oswego 2 3 Logo
BUFFALO
7:00 pm Anthony J. Crisafulli Ice Rink
November 14, 2014 Duquesne 1 4 Logo
BUFFALO
7:00 pm Airport Ice Arena
November 15, 2014 PITT 1 5 Logo
BUFFALO
9:20 pm Bladerunners Ice Complex – Harmarville
November 16, 2014 IUP 2 10 Logo
BUFFALO
10:50 am S&T; Bank Arena
November 22, 2014 Logo
BUFFALO
Indiana Tech GAME CANCELLED – WEATHER
November 23, 2014 Logo
BUFFALO
Indiana Tech GAME CANCELLED – WEATHER
December 5, 2014 Logo
BUFFALO
7 2 Logo
Kent State
7:30 pm Northtown Center
December 6, 2014 Logo
BUFFALO
1 0 Logo
Kent State
3:15 pm The Healthy Zone Rink – East Aurora, NY
December 9, 2014 Buffalo Sabres Sled Hockey 1 0 UB Bulls Hockey 7:30 pm Northtown Center
January 9, 2015 Logo
BUFFALO
6 3 ECC 7:30 pm Northtown Center
January 10, 2015 White 11 9 Blue 5:00 pm ALUMNI GAME – Northtown Center
January 10, 2015 Logo
BUFFALO
12 1 Canisius 7:30 pm Northtown Center
January 15, 2015 #16 Davenport 9 2 Logo
BUFFALO
8:30 pm Patterson Ice Arena in Grand Rapids, MI
January 16, 2015 Logo
#15 Michigan-Dearborn
0 2 Logo
BUFFALO
7:30 pm University of Michigan – Dearborn Ice Arena
January 17, 2015 Logo
#15 Michigan-Dearborn
2 4 Logo
BUFFALO
7:30 pm University of Michigan – Dearborn Ice Arena
January 23, 2015 Logo
BUFFALO
4 5 Canisius 7:30 pm Northtown Center
January 25, 2015 #17 Niagara 2 3 Logo
BUFFALO
8:00 pm Dwyer Arena
January 30, 2015 Logo
BUFFALO
3 2 Oswego 6:30 pm Northtown Center
January 31, 2015 #20 Syracuse 3 1 Logo
BUFFALO
6:30 pm Tennity Ice Skating Pavilion
February 6, 2015 Cortland 1 2 Logo
BUFFALO
7:00 pm Park Center Alumni Arena
February 7, 2015 Binghamton 2 14 Logo
BUFFALO
8:15 pm Chenango Ice Rink
February 13, 2015 Logo
BUFFALO
15 1 St. Bonaventure 7:30 pm Northtown Center (SENIOR NIGHT)
February 20, 2015 Logo
BUFFALO
Oswego 4:00 pm Onondaga Nation Arena – NECHL Playoffs
February 21, 2015 #19 Syracuse Logo
BUFFALO
6:30 pm Tennity Ice Skating Pavilion – NECHL Playoffs
February 22, 2015 Logo
NECHL
Logo
BUFFALO
4:00 pm Tennity Ice Skating Pavilion – NECHL Championship
March 5, 2015 Logo
#16 Colorado
Logo
BUFFALO
5:00 pm OBM Arena – ACHA National Championships
March 6, 2015 #1 Arizona St Logo
BUFFALO
5:00 pm OBM Arena – ACHA National Championships
March 8, 2015 #8 Adrian / #9 Lindenwood Logo
BUFFALO
4:00 pm OBM Arena – ACHA National Championships
March 9, 2015 ACHA Logo
BUFFALO
5:00 pm OBM Arena – ACHA National Championships
March 10, 2015 ACHA Logo
BUFFALO
7:00 pm OBM Arena – ACHA National Championships

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The original Stanley Cup was initially over 20 cm high with names of winning team players written on the base of the cup. That’s why there was a need for lot bigger cup, making the current base approximately 80 cm high.
The team who has won Stanley Cups the most is Montreal Canadians with 23 Stanley Cups. The second team is Toronto Maple Leafs with only 13 cups. Until 1959, goalie doesn’t wear any face mask for the protection until flying puck broke the nose of the goalie of Montreal Canadians, Jacques Plante. Since then; he began to wear the mask and made it as a tradition. Nowadays the face mask become a vital part of goalies uniform.
Two ice hockey players who are believed to be the greatest of all time – Mario Lemieux and Patrick Roy were born on the same day despite their birthplaces were situated about 200 km apart. Such an odd coincidence.
There are twelve woman name written on the Stanley Cup, but none of them were players but team owners and executives.

The Stanley Cup is named after Lord Stanley of Preston, Canada. He was the 1892 Governor General who purchased the decorative cup in London then donated it to award Canada’s top amateur hockey club. Thanks to this action, he and his family became infatuated with the sport at Montreal’s Winter Carnival. The cup was first awarded to the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association in 1893.

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