Joe Paisley

College Hockey Reporter

  • Homey vibe drew league leading scorer Trevor Gooch out west to CC

    Updated: Sat, Feb 21, 2015

    Homey vibe drew league leading scorer out west Philadelphia Junior Flyers forward Trevor Gooch never considered playing college hockey beyond the East Coast but meeting the Colorado College coaching staff assured him that Colorado Springs should be his new home. "They made it so...

  • Denver capitalizes on poor CC defense, skates away with Gold Pan Trophy

    Updated: Sat, Feb 21, 2015

    No. 9 Denver took advantage of too many Colorado College mistakes to pull away and take the Gold Pan Trophy from Colorado College, 6-4, on Friday at The Broadmoor World Arena. Denver freshman Danton Heinen recorded two goals and two assists while senior linemate Daniel Dormeus added...

  • Colorado College hockey notes: Tyler Marble steady as a rock

    Updated: Fri, Feb 20, 2015

    Sophomore goalie Tyler Marble has started the past eight games, including Friday's home contest against No. 9 Denver, and 11 of the last 13 outings in 2015 starting with a career-high 48-save performance at Providence on Jan. 3. He has picked up both CC wins in 2015....

  • Friday Faceoff: Will Tigers or Falcons hockey thrive in 2015-16?

    Published: Fri, Feb 20, 2015

    Wave of talent is headed CC’s way By Joe Paisley Colorado College is better prepared than Air Force for a strong 2015-16 season thanks to a large, college-ready freshman class and the likely return of most of its scoring from this season. At this point, 10 freshmen and a transfer...

  • Colorado College hockey player Teemu Kivihalme always looking to improve

    Updated: Thu, Feb 19, 2015

    Colorado College freshman Teemu Kivihalme is always looking for something to learn. The 2013 Nashville fifth-round draft pick is always observing the other Tigers because he is eager to learn a new move or mimic an off-ice approach. It has paid off with the defenseman who has...

  • Air Force hockey team focuses on Niagara

    Updated: Thu, Feb 19, 2015

    An injury-depleted Air Force team can ill afford any distractions when it travels to last-place Niagara this weekend. "We really can't because of all the injuries we have," coach Frank Serratore said. "As a coach, there are enough distractions out there without you creating or...

  • AFA notes: Meeting with No. 1 Denver up next for Air Force men's lacrosse

    Updated: Mon, Feb 16, 2015

    Meeting with No. 1 Denver up next for AFA lacrosse If Air Force's men's lacrosse team hopes to replicate last year's run in the NCAA Tournament, the pressure is on this week as it prepares to face No. 1 Denver. Last year the Falcons won a conference title and automatically advanced...

  • Lengthy video review negates tying goal in Tigers' comeback bid

    Updated: Sun, Feb 15, 2015

    The longer the video review lasted, the more restless The Broadmoor World Arena crowd became. Then the call waved off a Colorado College goal. The boos followed. A tying score by Tigers junior Cody Bradley with 9:05 left in the third was waved off and No. 7 Miami held on for a road...

  • Tigers' only lead against RedHawks short-lived in seventh straight loss

    Updated: Sat, Feb 14, 2015

    Seventh-ranked Miami controlled the puck for much of the game to pull away for a 3-1 win over Colorado College. Miami of Ohio dominated most of the second and all of the third periods en route to the National Collegiate Hockey Conference road win. The RedHawks broke through with a...

  • Colorado College hockey recruit changed forever after dad died in twin towers on 9/11

    Updated: Fri, Feb 13, 2015

    James Martello Jr. remembers little about the day that changed his life and those of so many others. The New Jersey Hitmen forward was only 7 when his father, James, 41, died during the collapse of the twin towers following the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11,...

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