Colorado College hockey notes

By: JOE PAISLEY The Gazette

Tigers power play surge continues despite loss

After starting the season at a 5.3-percent rate (59th), the Tigers have climbed to 16.7 percent and a three-way tie for 35th with Denver and Omaha out of the 60...

CC hockey seeking stronger back-to-back performance in road series at Minnesota-Duluth


Colorado College hockey fans can expect a dialed-in Tigers squad when they travel to unranked Minnesota-Duluth; a team that is considerably better than the Bulldogs' sub-.500 record might indicate.


Colorado College Tigers revert to poor outing, get blasted by Nebraska-Omaha


At least the Colorado College hockey fans could enjoy seeing junior goalie Derek Shatzer make his Tigers debut.

The rest of Saturday's 6-1 loss to No. 12 Nebraska-Omaha is something they may want to...

Colorado College hockey notes: Derek Shatzer rewarded with college hockey debut


Colorado College coach Mike Haviland rewarded junior goalie Derek Shatzer with his first game appearance as a Tiger. He also hoped to light a spark under the Tigers. Shatzer made eight saves in a scoreless...

Colorado College making moves with win over No. 12 Nebraska-Omaha

By: Joe Paisley

Colorado College's winning formula - stout defense and special teams - claimed another ranked victim during a 5-1 home victory Friday over No. 12 Nebraska-Omaha.

"Especially after last weekend, we knew we...

Colorado College hockey notes: Saturday game time earlier than usual


CC's National Collegiate Hockey home series finale against No. 12 Nebraska-Omaha will start at 6:07 p.m., not the usual 7:07 at The Broadmoor World Arena. This is the second and final early start this season in an...

Tigers' top line clicking during Colorado College hockey's recent uptick in play


For the first two months, Colorado College hockey fans were waiting for the Tigers' offense to emerge. Thanks to the No. 1 line of senior Hunter Fejes and juniors Luc Gerdes and Sam Rothstein it has.


No. 2 North Dakota downs Colorado College

By: News services

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Second-ranked North Dakota scored the first four goals and defeated Colorado College 5-1 Saturday.

Rhett Gardner scored twice and Cam Johnson made 18 saves as the Fighting Hawks won their...