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Joe Paisley

College Hockey Reporter

  • AFA gears up for playoffs in regular-season finale

    Updated: Fri, Feb 21, 2014

    Air Force is determined to play playoff-caliber hockey when it hosts the Rochester Institute of Technology in its final regular-season home series this weekend, which includes Senior Night on Saturday. "It won't be a problem," senior defenseman and captain Adam McKenzie said of...

  • Colorado College women’s soccer joins Mountain West

    Updated: Fri, Feb 21, 2014

    Colorado College women’s soccer is making a move up in competition while staying closer to home. On Thursday, the Mountain West Conference added CC as an affiliate member beginning this fall. The Tigers, which won the 2013 Conference USA regular-season and playoff championships,...

  • Last six games have been better for CC hockey

    Updated: Wed, Feb 19, 2014

    Colorado College has seen its fortunes slowly improve with a 2-2-2 record over its past six games including garnering four out of a possible six points this past weekend against Western Michigan. The Tigers will try to continue their improved play against fourth-place Denver...

  • World championship qualifiers highlight Rhythmic Challenge competitors at Olympic Training Center

    Updated: Sun, Feb 16, 2014

    Winning more medals was nice for gymnast Rebecca Sereda, but smoothing out the kinks in her new routines was more important after the Rhythmic Challenge. Teenagers Jazzy Kerber and Sereda were the first two Americans to reach the 2013 rhythmic gymnastics world championship all-around...

  • Tigers get shutout; Gerdes gets points

    Updated: Sun, Feb 16, 2014

    Colorado College freshman Luc Gerdes wants a DVD of Saturday's game, or at least a copy of the first 3:26 of the third period. The rookie left wing, playing in only his fifth game, assisted the opening goal and then scored the second to help the Tigers to a 3-0 home win over Western...

  • Bill "Red" Hay is one of many who helped put CC hockey on the map

    Updated: Sat, Feb 15, 2014

    It all came full circle for Bill "Red" Hay during the 75th anniversary weekend celebration for Colorado College hockey. Hay recounted how while headed to Winnipeg to start his pro career in the summer of 1956, he stopped in Lethbridge, Alberta. He had a change of heart and hitchhiked...

  • Tigers can't hold on to three-goal lead against Western Michigan

    Updated: Sat, Feb 15, 2014

    Another game left Colorado College hockey and its fans feeling down. That feeling came despite some positives. CC scored four goals, including one on the power play. Reaching the shootout pushed the Tigers (3-18-6, 3-9-5-1) ahead of Miami, 3-2 losers at North Dakota earlier...

  • Tigers focusing on progress, playoff positioning

    Updated: Fri, Feb 14, 2014

    Two teams battling for playoff position meet up when Western Michigan visits Colorado College this weekend. CC hopes to move into sole possession of seventh place ahead of Miami (14 points) and generate momentum headed into the playoffs. The fifth-place Broncos (14-10-4, 8-7-1-1,...

  • Air Force hockey faces tough road test at Canisius

    Updated: Fri, Feb 14, 2014

    Air Force needs to bear down against road opponent Canisius to maintain its momentum headed into the playoffs. "They will be tough," Falcons assistant Andy Berg said. "They sit back and trap and wait for you to make mistakes. We need to make sure we get in front of their goal....

  • Three things to focus on for CC hockey this weekend

    Updated: Thu, Feb 13, 2014

    Here are three things that Colorado College will focus on headed into this weekend's home National Collegiate Hockey Conference series against Western Michigan; 7:37 p.m. Friday, 7:07 Saturday, World Arena: 1. Win the special teams battle This will not be easy with the fifth-place...

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