Posts Tagged ‘Hockey’

  • oneline

    Shipping up to N.Y.

    Mar 14, 17 • 704 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by Plagued by injury, food poisoning and a case of being too tough for the refs to handle, the Gannon University men’s club hockey team was faced with the daunting task of playing Penn-State Altoona in the College Hockey East (CHE) championship game in...

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    More than just a scrimmage

    Sep 28, 16 • 984 Views • Brandon Jaces, Hockey, Opinion, SportsNo Comments

    by The Gannon University men’s club hockey team took a trip to Kennedy Catholic High School on Sept. 16 to play the host team in a scrimmage. At the helm of Kennedy Catholic’s team was coach Shane Cowan, a 2014 Gannon grad who played for Gannon’s coach,...

  • the-killers

    The Killers rock World Cup of Hockey Premiere

    Sep 21, 16 • 1179 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by By SARA BORRO staff writer The World Cup of Hockey is currently underway. The two- week long international tournament is being held in Toronto and will last until Oct. 1. The tournament consists of eight teams: USA, Canada, North America, Europe, Sweden,...

  • Becky

    Hockey’s in my blood

    Oct 7, 15 • 1024 Views • Becky Hilker, OpinionNo Comments

    by It is starting to feel a lot like hockey season. The air is getting colder, Canadians are getting rowdier and Tim Hortons lines are getting longer. This is my favorite time of year. It used to hold a different meaning, however, four years ago when I would...

  • Editor’s body finally takes a stand, in rebellion

    Apr 22, 15 • 1827 Views • Becky HilkerNo Comments

    by Pain is all I feel when I wake up and go to bed. It can’t be old age because I am not old, but my body is rebelling against me and it is quickly starting to win the war. I don’t blame it though; I have been putting it through hell for over 18 [&hellip...

  • Do not underestimate female athletes

    Apr 15, 15 • 1586 Views • Becky HilkerNo Comments

    by I have been playing sports since I was 3 and hockey was my first love. Being Canadian and from a family who loved no other sport but hockey, I was basically born with a stick in my hands and skates on my feet. There were no girl leagues when and where I...

  • First round draws to a close

    Apr 30, 14 • 2787 Views • Hockey, SportsNo Comments

    by The St. Louis Blues at one point held a 2-0 series lead on the defending Stanley Cup Champion, Chicago Blackhawks. Prior to the playoffs a large portion of hockey fans saw this Blues team as a cup contender. The general consensus was that if anybody could...

  • Olympic hockey predictions

    Feb 12, 14 • 1109 Views • Hockey, SportsNo Comments

    by With the Olympics underway and the hockey tournament starting Wednesday, there are a lot of things to think about. A common question many find themselves pondering is will the Canadians dominate this year’s Olympics, and live up to their hype? The...

  • U.S. Hockey Team goaltenders gear up for Olympics

    Nov 13, 13 • 2088 Views • Hockey, Sports1 Comment

    by When addressing the what-were-then boys of the 1980 Olympic hockey team, just after he cut the first batch of players, but before finalizing his roster, Herb Brooks said, “If you give me 99 percent, you will make my job very easy.” This may be...

  • Gannon Club Hockey off to a perfect start

    Oct 30, 13 • 1947 Views • Hockey, SportsNo Comments

    by The Gannon University club hockey team won its home opener against Case Western Reserve University by a score of 7-2 Saturday at the Ice Center of Erie. The team went on to crush the University of Pitt-Bradford 15-1 Sunday at Callahan Ice Rink in Bradford,...