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Joe Paisley

College Hockey Reporter

  • President's delegation is a no go, but Paralympic Games in Russia are a go

    Updated: Tue, Mar 4, 2014

    The announcement that the U.S. presidential delegation will not attend the 2014 Sochi Paralympics later this week does not mean American athletes will not compete. "Today we were advised of the decision to not send a presidential delegation to the Paralympic Winter Games. As a sports...

  • Tigers fall in OT, finish 7th in conference

    Updated: Sat, Mar 1, 2014

    OMAHA, Neb. - The Tigers left Omaha without a win and as the seventh seed in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference playoffs. Colorado College fell short in a 2-1 overtime loss at Nebraska-Omaha Saturday, one night after a 6-0 defeat. The setback in the series finale was...

  • Tigers run into team hitting on all cylinders

    Updated: Fri, Feb 28, 2014

    OMAHA, Neb. - Colorado College's momentum came to a sudden halt Friday against red-hot Nebraska-Omaha. Mavericks freshman Austin Ortega scored 11 seconds into the National Collegiate Hockey Conference game, a school record, and the hosts never looked back en route to a 6-0 victory....

  • CC hockey notes: CC's all-time team slanted toward recent players

    Updated: Fri, Feb 28, 2014

    Earlier this season, Tiger fans voted for their all-time CC hockey greats. Most of the first-team spots going to players from the modern era. Four forwards were chosen for the first and second teams with two defensemen and a goalie apiece. The first-team forwards are: Bill "Red" Hay...

  • Skalbeck's focus, work leads to improvement down the stretch

    Updated: Thu, Feb 27, 2014

    The Colorado College coaches and players know what they will get out of Archie Skalbeck this weekend: his best effort. "He's everything you want in a line mate," senior center Jeff Collett said. "He knows our systems so well. He's always in the right spot and very reliable,...

  • Falcons down two defensemen as they try to lock up bye, home ice

    Updated: Thu, Feb 27, 2014

    An injury-depleted defensive corps has Air Force coach Frank Serratore looking for two of his reserves to seize their opportunity. "We need someone to step up," Serratore said. "Collectively our defensive corps needs to make up for losing (junior Dan) Weissenhofer. We will find out a...

  • Tigers still on list of all-time CC worst records but moving up rapidly

    Updated: Tue, Feb 25, 2014

    A three-game winning streak gives Colorado College a much-improved chance of avoiding a place on a dubious list. The 6-18-6 Tigers could end up as one of least successful hockey teams, based on their current .300 winning percentage, in program history. If the season ended today, CC...

  • Pan-demonium as CC hockey team wins trophy over rival Denver

    Updated: Sun, Feb 23, 2014

    This one was for Winks. Saturday night's 3-1 win over Denver was all the sweeter for the Tigers, who dedicated the victory to former Colorado College standout Scott Winkler, who died last summer of an undiagnosed heart condition. It would have been the Norwegian's 24th birthday....

  • Colorado College has chance to win Gold Pan Trophy vs. Denver on Saturday

    Updated: Sat, Feb 22, 2014

    DENVER - Possession of the Gold Pan Trophy remains up for grabs after Colorado College posted a breakthrough victory. The Tigers held on for a 3-2 road win at No. 18 Denver on Friday for the team's first road win and first victory in a one-goal contest. CC (5-18-6, 5-9-5-1 league)...

  • Colorado College must sweep DU to take back Gold Pan trophy

    Updated: Fri, Feb 21, 2014

    It's pretty simple when Colorado College takes on Denver. Pride and a trophy symbolizing victory in a historic hockey rivalry are at stake. "Our goal is the Gold Pan," Tigers senior Jeff Collett said. "We know we need to play well to get it back. Those two go hand in hand." Denver...

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