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

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

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Air Force hockey team will keep Pikes Peak Trophy for third straight year over Colorado College
By: Joe Paisley - 0 9 hr ago

It wasn't the prettiest of college hockey games but Air Force's last-minute win over Colorado College certainly lived up to the rivalry the series...

Colorado College Tigers get 1st win of season
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Sat, Nov 28, 2015

For the first time this season, The Broadmoor World Arena was filled with loud cheers from a crowd rising to give a standing ovation.


Colorado College hockey searching for elusive win against city rival Air Force
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Fri, Nov 27, 2015

In years past, the Colorado College Tigers entered Air Force weekend with trepidation for a different reason.

If they lost, fans considered it...

Winless Colorado College blanked again by Minnesota-Duluth
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Sat, Nov 21, 2015

Colorado College started to muster a better performance Saturday after a delivering a dud in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference series opener...

Bradley brothers' line play may provide needed spark for Colorado College hockey
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Thu, Nov 19, 2015

It's been more than a decade since the Junior Bulls of Tampa, Fla., had the Bradley brothers playing together on the same line.

At times over...

Colorado College hockey alum brings passion, knowledge to coaching role
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Tue, Nov 10, 2015

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...

Colorado College's comeback attempt in Denver too little, too late
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Fri, Nov 6, 2015

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...

Colorado College's Kivihalme steps up his game on 'D'
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Thu, Nov 5, 2015

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


Ramsey blog: Why did Altitude cancel TV coverage of Colorado College-DU game?
By: David Ramsey - 0 Tue, Nov 3, 2015

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

Just a guess, but the...

Struggling Colorado College gets chances against No. 1 North Dakota, but can't convert
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Sun, Nov 1, 2015

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...

No. 1 North Dakota uses similar formula, dispatches Colorado Colorado
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Sun, Nov 1, 2015

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...

Colorado College hockey looking to upperclassmen to step up on ice
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Thu, Oct 29, 2015

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...

Colorado College alum's wife back to coach husband's former hockey team
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Thu, Oct 29, 2015

Sandy Straub knew there was a niche to be filled as a power skating coach while watching her husband Brandon Straub, a former Colorado College...

CC hockey commit still coming to terms with scoring game-winner for ill mom
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Tue, Oct 27, 2015

A special night became even more so for Colorado College commit Connor Sundquist. The 6-foot, 180-pound forward scored his first U.S. Hockey League goal...

Eagles score on first shot and it's down hill from there for Colorado College hockey team
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Sat, Oct 24, 2015

Fourth-ranked Boston College stifled hope of an upset by winless Colorado College almost immediately during a 5-0 win on Saturday night.


Boston College breaks open game with winless CC in third period
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Fri, Oct 23, 2015

Colorado College was one shot away from tying the No. 4 team in the country entering the third period of a nonconference hockey game.


Tigers hockey hopes to sustain performance against No. 4 Boston College
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Thu, Oct 22, 2015

Coach Mike Haviland believes his Tigers made a bit of a breakthrough Saturday.

And while Colorado College hockey did not win at No. 7...

Second Colorado College hockey player retires due to health concerns
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Tue, Oct 20, 2015

A second Colorado College hockey player has retired after sophomore forward Jordan Berger announced his decision to stop playing competitive...

Colorado College loses top-four defenseman to junior hockey
By: - 0 Mon, Oct 19, 2015

The Colorado College Tigers are down to nine defensemen after sophomore Garrett Cecere left the program on Monday.

The blueliner played...

Coach Haviland pleased with Colorado College hockey team's performance in loss to UMass-Lowell
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Sat, Oct 17, 2015

Colorado College played one of its more complete games this season, but fell 2-1 at ninth-ranked UMass-Lowell Saturday night.

"I was really...

52 saves not enough for Colorado College
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Fri, Oct 16, 2015

Colorado College freshman goalie Jacob Nehama recorded the most saves in one game in 18 years by a Tiger, but it wasn't enough as ninth-ranked...

Colorado College Tigers must learn and move on entering tough hockey schedule
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Thu, Oct 15, 2015

With a schedule pitting the Tigers against five top-nine teams in six weeks, there is no time for Colorado College to mull over a disappointing...

College project gets OK, disappointing residents of historic Colorado Springs neighborhood
By: Billie Stanton Anleu - 0 Thu, Oct 15, 2015

Tucked in a secluded corner of Colorado Springs sits a collection of turn-of-the-century houses whose residents soon will face a 10,923-square-foot...

Colorado College loses late three-goal lead, falls to visiting UMass
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Sat, Oct 10, 2015

The Tigers were caught thinking their nonconference game was essentially over. Massachusetts proved otherwise, much to Colorado College's...

Colorado College hockey team drops season opener
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Sat, Oct 10, 2015

Most of the fans came looking to see what the Colorado College hockey freshmen could do in the season opener.

Instead, most everyone at The...

Tigers hope culture change sparks resurgent campaign
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Thu, Oct 8, 2015

Colorado College fans can hope that the foundation is in place for winning hockey this season.

They need only look to the second half of last...

Who are these guys? A look at Colorado College hockey's 14 freshmen
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Thu, Oct 8, 2015

The 14 Colorado College freshmen have a chance to make an immediate impact on the National Collegiate Hockey Conference program.

They feel...

Colorado College gets physical for its goals in exhibition win over Calgary
By: - 0 Sat, Oct 3, 2015

Colorado College hockey fans can only hope the offensive potential will continue when the games count.

The Tigers rolled to a 6-2 exhibition...

Inexperienced Tigers, Falcons face tough opening hockey exhibition test versus Calgary
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Fri, Oct 2, 2015

This weekend's exhibition games will not count in the standings. But for the two area teams with a combined 26 freshmen, their contests against...

College hockey coaches preview seasons at annual Colorado Springs Faceoff Luncheon
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Wed, Sep 30, 2015

USA Hockey executive director Dave Ogrean declared the Front Range as a regional hotbed and the 250 people at the College Hockey Faceoff Luncheon...