COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – After a couple years of struggle, the Army seniors have enjoyed recent success, notably reaching the Atlantic Hockey semifinals last spring. But that progress in rebuilding the program hardly compares to the memories they now cherish after sweeping Air Force on the road for the first time in 14 years. Behind a 29-save shutout by senior goalie Cole Bruns, the Black Knights downed their service academy rivals 2-0 on Saturday before a sold-out crowd in Colorado Springs.
For the first time since 1993, the Colorado Springs Sky Sox will take the field with players not associated with the Colorado Rockies. And it may only be a matter of days, not weeks, before area fans find out if the Sky Sox roster will be populated by Houston or Milwaukee players. Sky Sox general manager and president Tony Ensor sees opportunity in the affiliation change, the first for the Triple-A franchise since 1993.
Fourth-ranked North Dakota controlled the ice in front of both nets and gritted out a 6-4 road win over Colorado College on Saturday. The Fighting Hawks fought their way to the front of the Tigers net, from where they scored all four of their goals during a run-and-gun second period that put UND ahead 5-3 and set themselves up for the National Collegiate Hockey Conference series split. “We just made sure we had a harder mentality all around,” UND coach Brad Berry said.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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