• Colorado College has rough special teams night in 6-3 loss at New Hampshire

    Updated: 2 hr ago

    New Hampshire freshman defenseman Max Gildon scored three goals in the first two periods and Colorado College's special teams had a bad night in a 6-3 loss in Durham, N.H. The No. 17 Wildcats (5-0) took four trips to the penalty box with CC down in the third period, but the Tigers...

  • Hot start has Colorado College hockey confident as No. 17 New Hampshire looms

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    Nothing like the only 4-0 team in Division I hockey to bring you back down to earth. Fresh off their first series sweep since December 2015, the Colorado College Tigers head east to face  No. 17 New Hampshire. The Wildcats swept then-No.5 UMass-Lowell to open the season,...

  • Blog: St. Paul brothers commit to CC hockey

    Updated: Thu, Oct 19, 2017

    The Christys are a packaged deal for Colorado College. Forwards 18-year-old Ray Christy and his 16-year-old brother Rob announced their commitments to the Tigers with matching tweets Thursday afternoon. The brothers are St. Paul, Minn. natives and  play for St. Thomas...

  • College hockey: 3 stars from last weekend's Colorado College and Air Force games

    Updated: Mon, Oct 16, 2017

    The Tigers and Falcons combined to go 4-0 last weekend. Here is a look at some of the top performers: Mason Bergh, F, Colorado College The line Bergh centers with Nick Halloran and Trey Bradley on the wings had an impressive weekend as a whole, but the Tigers captain grabbed the...

  • Mason Bergh's first career hat trick sends Colorado College hockey to series sweep

    Updated: Sat, Oct 14, 2017

    Colorado College captain Mason Bergh scored a goal in each period for his first career hat trick as the Tigers swept their first home series of the season against Alaska-Anchorage, 3-2 on Saturday night. Three minutes, 44 seconds into the third period, Bergh scored the only...

  • Colorado College hockey blows out Alaska-Anchorage in home opener

    Updated: Sat, Oct 14, 2017

    Colorado College’s line of Trey Bradley, Mason Bergh and Nick Halloran set up a goal on the first shift of the game and didn’t stop there, leading the Tigers to a 6-1 win against Alaska-Anchorage in their home opener Friday night at The Broadmoor World Arena. Halloran finished with a...

  • Healthy Trey Bradley leads Colorado College hockey into home opener against Alaska-Anchorage

    Updated: Fri, Oct 13, 2017

    Patience is a virtue, one Colorado College junior Trey Bradley is all too familiar with. “He doesn’t give up easy, and he’s persevered through a lot of pain, and also just the lows of life,” Tigers co-captain Tanner Ockey said. Bradley broke his collarbone seven games into the...

  • Vermont scores 3 in span of 3:19 to down Colorado College

    Updated: Fri, Oct 6, 2017

    The Vermont power play scored twice in 3:19 while the Colorado College unit went 0 for 7, and the Catamounts blanked the Tigers 3-0 in Burlington, Vermont, to start the 2017-18 campaign. The Tigers almost escaped the first period, but the Catamounts' Ross Colton scored on the power...

  • With assist from NHL, goalie Billy Christopoulos key to Air Force hockey's continued rise

    Updated: Thu, Oct 5, 2017

    Once again, Billy Christopoulos is the heir apparent. Beaten out by Shane Starrett, who went on to gather several MVP honors and turn pro, junior Christopoulos has reclaimed the net for the top-ranked, veteran-laden Falcons. “Nothing against Billy, but I wish Shane was still here,”...

  • 'Progressing' the objective as Colorado College hockey opens regular season

    Updated: Wed, Oct 4, 2017

    The Tigers aren’t shying away from it. Five straight losing seasons. No seniors. Picked, by a wide margin, to finish last in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference. As Colorado College opens its season Friday night on the road, the task is immense, but clear. “We’re definitely...

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