More Colorado College Hockey Articles

  • Halloween memories aplenty for Tigers this bye week

    Joe Paisley, The Gazette
    Updated: Thu, Oct 30, 2014

    It only takes a few moments thinking of Halloween as a child to bring a smile to a Colorado College hockey player's face. "One year, I was the field-goal posts and my (younger) brother (Jake) was (Minnesota Vikings) kicker Gary Anderson," said sophomore forward Luc Gerdes, who was...

  • Five questions for area college hockey fans to consider this week

    By name newspaper -
    Updated: Wed, Oct 29, 2014

    Can Air Force avoid turnovers against a potent North Dakota offense? 1 It's a question that should be asked of the Falcons against every foe until they improve their defensive zone coverage. Mistakes could prove very costly against No. 3 North Dakota, which is in a four-way tie for...

  • CC Tigers suffer another big loss in shades of last season

    Updated: Sun, Oct 26, 2014

    DURHAM, N.H. - Colorado College enters its bye week still trying to shake off last season. On Saturday, it was two goals in 12 seconds during the second period that blew open the nonconference 6-2 win for host New Hampshire. The night before, four goals in the second powered No. 6...

  • CC Notes: It's back to training camp after another blowout loss

    Joe Paisley, The Gazette
    Updated: Sat, Oct 25, 2014

    Back to training camp for the Tigers Colorado College will use its upcoming bye week to focus on the basics and try to shake off a four-game losing streak that brings back all-too-fresh memories of last season. To do so, they need to learn their systems better and work to make the...

  • No. 6 Boston College makes Colorado College pay for mistakes

    by joe paisley
    Updated: Fri, Oct 24, 2014

    BOSTON - A perennial national championship contender like No. 6 Boston College is simply too good to make mistakes against. Colorado College found that out all too often in a 6-2 nonconference loss at the Conte Forum in Boston on Friday night. "We gave them the goals they scored,"...

  • CC hockey notes: Penalty kill improves in loss

    Published: Fri, Oct 24, 2014

    Penalty kill improves in loss For a penalty kill that remains very much a work in progress, going 3-for-4 marked a considerable improvement for Colorado College, which entered Friday's 6-2 loss to No. 6 Boston College at a paltry 57.9 percent. After some extended work in practice,...

  • CC hockey looks to bounce back during challenging road test

    By Joe Paisley -
    Updated: Thu, Oct 23, 2014

    Colorado College's hockey team cannot afford to worry about who it plays this weekend as much as how it competes. Six days after a 7-2 home loss to No. 3 North Dakota, the Tigers travel to New England to face No. 6 Boston College on Friday and NCAA Tournament regular New Hampshire on...

  • Former walk-on earns spot in Colorado Springs Hall

    News services -
    Updated: Thu, Oct 23, 2014

    Pete Geronazzo came to Colorado College from Trail, British Columbia, as a walk-on and watched the 1991-1992 Tiger hockey team from the stands. He later proceeded to become an All-American, Hobey Baker top-10 finalist and one of the school's most productive players in history. After...

  • Five questions for state's college hockey teams this weekend

    By joe paisley -
    Updated: Wed, Oct 22, 2014

    Can Air Force control the puck better? 1 Turnovers, especially in their own zone, negated an overall decent performance in the past three Falcons losses. Some of the turnovers can be attributed to inexperience with nine to 10 freshman skaters playing regularly. But others, including...

  • Tigers' effort is sorely insufficient

    by JOE PAISLEY -
    Updated: Sun, Oct 19, 2014

    Special teams were anything but for Colorado College on a night the Tigers should never forget. No. 3 North Dakota took advantage of a poor overall effort by the host Tigers to record five power-play goals and add two short-handed scores in a 7-2 rout Saturday night. "We got...