Tigers hockey adds two more defensemen for next fall, winger for 2017-18 season

By: JOE PAISLEY joe.paisley@gazette.com

Colorado College added two players to next season's incoming class and another for the near future Wednesday.

Defensemen Cole Josefchak and Alex Pernitsky, both of the Lloydminster Bobcats of the Alberta...

Colorado College hockey alum brings passion, knowledge to coaching role

By: JOE PAISLEY joe.paisley@gazette.com

Former Colorado College goalie Matt Zaba may still be figuring out if coaching is in his future, but Tigers hockey is thrilled to have him here now.

The longtime hockey professional has made the move into...

Colorado College's comeback attempt in Denver too little, too late

By: Joe Paisley joe.paisley@gazette.com

DENVER - The annual battle for the Gold Pan Trophy brought out the best and worst in the Colorado College Tigers in a frantic but ill-fated third-period comeback in a 5-3 loss at No. 9 Denver.

Junior Luc...

Colorado College's Kivihalme steps up his game on 'D'

By: JOE PAISLEY joe.paisley@gazette.com

Colorado College sophomore defenseman Teemu Kivihalme is playing at the same level he did during a good second half of his rookie season.

That is a bright spot for the winless Tigers, as they resume their...

Ramsey blog: Why did Altitude cancel TV coverage of Colorado College-DU game?

By: David Ramsey, The Gazette

Altitude TV canceled its scheduled coverage of Saturday's Colorado College vs. DU hockey game at World Arena.

Just a guess, but the cancellation might have something to do with the current state of CC's...

Struggling Colorado College gets chances against No. 1 North Dakota, but can't convert

By: JOE PAISLEY joe.paisley@gazette.com

Colorado College had its chances to knock off No. 1 North Dakota, but its struggling power play could not generate a timely goal in an eventual 2-0 loss on Saturday night.

"When you have a 5-on-3 (late in...

No. 1 North Dakota uses similar formula, dispatches Colorado Colorado

By: Joe Paisley joe.paisley@gazette.com

For the second game in a row, Colorado College's opponent scored on its first shot and the Tigers never entirely recovered as No. 1 North Dakota went ahead early and pulled away late for a 5-2 victory.


Colorado College hockey looking to upperclassmen to step up on ice

By: JOE PAISLEY joe.paisley@gazette.com

The Colorado College upperclassmen will need to step up and lead their freshman-laden team if the Tigers are to break through for a win, especially against No. 1 North Dakota this weekend.

"I don't like to...