Growing up living around the block from a rink, Denise Cattani, was always around ice skating, so it was no shock when her son, Chicago Blackhawks prospect, Evan Barratt, grew a passion for ice hockey at a young age. Barratt was invited to try-out for the United States National Development Program (USNTDP) when he was … Continue reading Denise Cattani: A Hockey Mom and General Manager
With most college students concentrating on March Madness and the men’s Frozen Four in a few weeks, the women’s Frozen Four has been a bit overlooked. With its semi-final being Friday and the finals taking place today. Need a run-down on who’s who before watching today’s game? Puck It Up has got your back! The … Continue reading Let’s Go Ladies!
Now that we're in the month of November, college hockey is in full swing. Teams are looking to continue hot streaks or get out of some low points, and many surprises have been happening this season already. In the Big Ten region, Minnesota leads the way with a 3-1-0 record in conference. Penn State and … Continue reading College Hockey is Off To a Fast Start
For one night in the summer, alumni of both Boston College and Boston University come together and play for a cause. The two rivals put their hate for one another aside to help support and raise money for both Compassionate Care ALS and the Travis Roy Foundation in the Comm Ave Charity Classic game in … Continue reading Comm Ave Charity Classic Was Another Success