Colorado State Hockey gives back.

I don’t know what it is that makes us “get the feels” when we learn of teenagers, or young adults, caring about the feelings of others. Is it because as we age into adulthood, we tend to become a bit jaded and more cynical? That we just see the world going to hell, and that…

2015-2016 ACHA Nationals lineup set

The ACHA DI Nationals Championship Tournament will be held in Bensenville, IL on March 3rd through the 8th. The season’s final standings won’t be released until March 11th, but the Nationals standings and seedings were released this week and matchups are set. Latest ranking Top 25*: *Missouri State was #26 A look at the bracket…

Hockey Roadtrip-Missouri State Icebears

A motto most diehard hockey fans are familiar with: Hockey fans are the best fans. To go along with this, hockey roadtrips are the best roadtrips. The Game. Friday night’s game had a later start than usual, but that did not keep the crowd away. I had heard many tales about how well the game…

Oklahoma Sooners lacrosse ready for the 2016 season.

The long-awaited 2016 schedule is finalized and released! (Ok, long awaited for myself.) Unfortunately, the Sooners will play only two games in Norman this season, St. Gregory’s, out of Shawnee, and Texas Tech (Divisional matchup). The good news however is that games in Arkansas and Texas are easy enough road trips! The Sooners season begins on…

Mid-Season report: WCHL

It’s that time of year for Season’s Greetings, blinky lights, cookies, and good cheer. For ACHA hockey fans, it’s a time of loneliness and withdrawals. The month of December is when teams take their winter break and players focus on their testing, returning to the ice in January. For lack of anything else to do…

UCO sweeps their opening weekend

The Central University Bronchos hosted ACHA DI and WCHL newcomer Missouri State on Friday and Saturday night. Friday night fans were treated to the Bronchos National Championship banner being hung from the rafters and members of the 2014-2015 Championship team being present for accolades. FRIDAY: UCO 6-3 The first period was nearly at the halfway…

UCO looks to keep Oklahoma a hockey champion state in 2015-16

It took as little as nine seasons for the University of Central Oklahoma to bring the Murdoch Cup to Edmond, Oklahoma. The Bronchos ended their 2014-15 season as ACHA National Champions, stunning the league with their dominance all season. UCO held the #1 spot in the ACHA for four straight weeks before being knocked down…

::UPDATE:: 2015-2016 Oklahoma hockey schedule released

(Due to some schedule changes, I edited the former post. It was previously reported that OU would host the Midland Warriors, but they cancelled due to new schedule conflicts on OU’s part. Several games have also changed their dates.) The Sooners will host some new faces this upcoming season due to changes in the WCHL…

Saying goodbye in OKC. Again.

It’s the moment I have been dreading. I’ve also, in a weird way, been looking forward to getting it over with. To the end of this season. To the end of this chapter of hockey in OKC. The heartache and bitterness of this past year after it was formally announced that Oklahoma City would once…

Oklahoma Sooners Lacrosse head to the playoffs this weekend

The Sooners lacrosse team wrapped up their 2014-2015 regular season with a 10-2 record, going 5-0 in their Division, putting them at the top of the LSA North for the first time in school history. Oklahoma will meet Texas A&M Sunday, April 19 (2pm), at John Crain Field in Norman, for the first round of…

Saying goodbye: A chat with the Sooners Seniors

Another year, another hard goodbye. Here we are yet again saying “thanks for all the fish” to a group of young men we’ve watched grow for the past four years on and off the ice. The Sooners finish the regular season 24-8-1 and are now preparing for the National Tournament in Cleveland,OH on March 7th….