CC hockey notes: Coming home, familiar faces

By: Joe Paisley

Some Tigers happy to be home

One of the benefits of playing in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference are regular road trips to Minnesota, which some Tigers call home.

Sophomore defenseman Teemu...

Penalty proves costly as Colorado College can’t hold lead

By: JOE PAISLEY joe.paisley@gazette.com

DULUTH, Minn. - An untimely penalty and not enough defensive pressure by Colorado College helped Minnesota-Duluth rally Friday for a 5-3 victory.

The Tigers pulled ahead 2-0 47 seconds into the second...

Minnesota-Duluth rallies past CC hockey

By: Joe Paisley

Colorado College made only a minor change to its lines from the previous game as they prepare to take on unranked Minnesota-Duluth at Amsoil Arena. Friday’s game is available on FSN North and ROOT TV. Wings Trey...

Pivotal three-week stretch for Air Force hockey starts against rival RIT

By: JOE PAISLEY joe.paisley@gazette.com

The stakes continue to become bigger for the Falcons and with it the opportunity to surprise preseason prognosticators and coach Frank Serratore.

The next three series may determine if Air Force, picked...

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

By: JOE PAISLEY joe.paisley@gazette.com

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.

The...

AFA's Dylewski finalist for national humanitarian award

Air Force senior goalie Chris Dylewski is one of five finalists for the 2016 Hockey Humanitarian Award.

The award recognizes a college hockey player who makes significant contributions not only to his...

Air Force's Starrett earns fourth Atlantic Hockey honor

By: Joe Paisley

Air Force freshman Shane Starrett is the Atlantic Hockey Conference goalie of the week for the second time this season after he helped lead Air Force to a 1-0-1 record at Canisius this past weekend.

The...

Former Tiger on the move in Sweden

By: Joe Paisley

Former Colorado College forward Joey Crabb was traded from the sixth-place Vaxjo Lakers of Sweden’s top division to the first-place Frolunda Indians (30-9) to make room for a Finnish forward.

Crabb recorded...