Cooler weather and changing leaves call for sweaters, scarves and Metro State hockey. Fall is around the corner and so is the start of the season. After taking a hard loss last season in the American Collegiate Hockey Association’s 2014 Pacific Regional Tournament, Metro hockey looks forward to welcoming the season with a full roster […]
After only two seasons, the Denver Cutthroats of the Central Hockey League have suspended all operations and elected dormancy for the 2014-2015 season. The team is looking forward to hopefully finding additional investors for the 2015-2016 season. The Cutthroats will still host their open tryouts this weekend at The Edge Ice Arena in Littleton, but […]
With 2011-2012 NBA regular season games in serious doubt, Colorado sports fanatics have two reasons to not feel blue this winter: the Avalanche and their goaltender depth.
On a night where Peter Forsberg’s jersey number was retired, Avalanche fans are pondering if their team can make it back to their glory days. However, the Avs have become a shadow of their own success.
The Colorado Avalanche dove right into the fire July 1, trying to snag whomever they could get their hands on via free agency. The players they managed to bring to the Mile High City seem like appealing choices – for now.
I named my pet hamster Forsberg in third grade — rest his furry soul — but we’re going to need more than a “seasoned” Peter Forsberg to pull us out of the rut we’re in and into the playoffs. I grew up watching Forsberg win two Stanley Cup Championships with the Avs’ and I even cried when he rejoined the team in 2009.
The Metro club ice hockey team lost two games and tied another during a road trip Nov. 11–13 in Utah.
The Metro club ice hockey team took the Pepsi Center rink Oct. 29, but failed to play at a professional level.
The Metro club inline hockey team participated in the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Roller Hockey Association’s preseason tournament Sept. 25 and 26 at Rocky Mountain Roller Hockey in Littleton.
The Metro club ice hockey team began last season ranked in the top 10 of the AmericanCollegiate Hockey Association’s Western Region but faltered during the second half, team president Turner Bahn said.