ST PAUL, Minn. - In an ad campaign shot before the season, the Colorado College Tigers promised, “We will not finish where we started.”
If it really was the end, Westin Michaud made sure it was one to remember.
Three of the teams in the NCHC Frozen Faceoff — Denver, Minnesota Duluth and St. Cloud State — studied hard all year. They got consistent As a…
At the annual NCHC Awards Celebration in St. Paul, Colorado College hockey co-captain Mason Bergh won the Senior Scholar-Athlete Award, given …
So Colorado College hockey has reached its first NCHC Frozen Faceoff. Now what? Among other things, buck a trend against St. Cloud State. In order to play for the conference tournament title and an automatic NCAA Tournament bid, Colorado College will have to hand the top-ranked Huskies their first loss in 13 games.
The Tigers aren’t bothering going home, and who can blame them.
KALAMAZOO, Mich. — St. Paul, here they come. Colorado College beat Western Michigan on Monday in Game 3 of the NCHC quarterfinals and is headed to the Frozen Faceoff for the first time in the league’s six-year history.
KALAMAZOO, Mich. - As anticipated, Western Michigan wasn’t ready to call it a season.