Thursday reading: UND, Fejes, BC, UAH, Duluth, Clarkson videos

Here are details about the aftermath of the North Dakota party that resulted in those suspensions and four minor in possession arrests for some freshmen.

Most Sioux logos may remain at Engelstad Arena according to latest talks with NCAA.

CC freshman forward Hunter Fejes (referred to as Samuel Fejes, his legal name) is the top Phoenix prospect to watch in the NCAA according to Hockey’s Future.

A BC freshman dropped out of school over academics.

USCHO staffer wins the Hockey East media award.

Alabama-Huntsville has a new coach. The Chargers have a relatively decent schedule until Jan. 1 when it can manage only one series, on the road, each month.

Minnesota Duluth will need this freshman, Austin Farley, to start off his college career well to make up for a lot of lost points production due to graduation.

Here is the Knights beat writer’s blog and the top 10 videos from the previous season to help CC fans become acquainted with Clarkson.

Here is Ben Sexton’s 3OT playoff game winner against RPI from last season.

Tuesday reading: Picks, Clarkson, Mankato, OHL, Hockey East

Here is the Mankato beat writer’s preseason picks which has CC in seventh and Josh Thorimbert, pictured, as the preseason first team goalie. Here is my take.

Here is Bruce Ciskie’s WCHA preseason picks. Thanks to him for compiling the poll. The Western College Hockey Blog also weighs in.

Clarkson junior forward Ben Sexton is the catalyst for the Knights’ offense. CC opens against Sexton and his teammates Oct. 12-13.

Mankato has a high-skill center coming in in Latvian native Teddy Blueger.

The OHL lowered the fine it levied against the Windsor Spitfires.

The NCAA women’s season will soon be underway.

Defending NCAA champion Boston College was chosen by the Hockey East media to repeat as regular season champion for 2012-13 in the third annual poll of the Hockey East Writers & Broadcasters Association.

The Eagles received 21 of a possible 25 first-place votes. Last year’s regular season runner-up, Massachusetts-Lowell, finished second in the balloting and received three first-place votes.

CC hosts UMass-Lowell on Oct. 20.

Boston University was picked third, followed by New Hampshire and Providence. Maine came in sixth, just behind the Friars, and received the remaining first-place vote.

CC hosts UNH on Nov. 23. Here is a capsule look at the Wildcats.

Merrimack, Northeastern, Massachusetts and Vermont rounded out the remaining four spots in the poll.

The media once again selected a preseason All-Hockey East Team. Because of a tie in the balloting at forward, four forwards were named this year. The four were Joey Diamond (Sr., Maine), 2012 NCAA Tournament MVP Johnny Gaudreau (So., Boston College), Matt Nieto (Jr., Boston University) and last year’s Hockey East Rookie of the Year, Scott Wilson (So., Massachusetts-Lowell).

Garrett Noonan (Jr., Boston University) and Chad Ruhwedel (Jr., Massachusetts-Lowell) were named on defense. Parker Milner (Sr., Boston College) was the choice of the media in goal.