After Friday night saw Cyclone Hockey outscore Northern Illinois 7-0, as well as outshoot them 48-10, head coach Jason Fairman decided it was …
Coming off a split with the Alabama Crimson Tide, Iowa State was looking to use the familiarity of Ames to build some momentum. Northern Illin…
After a month away from Ames, the Cyclone Hockey team is back in the Ames/ISU arena on January 17 and 18, the puck will drop at 7:30 p.m both nights.
Hockey is not just a game; it is a lifestyle. Hockey is heavily built upon hard work, grit, intelligence and physicality. Both Jason Fairman and Nikita Kozak have a connection to hockey and live their lives based on the sport that they adore.
Note: This game was moved from 2 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. because of impending weather conditions
Iowa State had about a month long hiatus before hitting the ice in Pelham, Alabama, for a weekend tilt with the 2-14 Crimson Tide.
Cyclone Hockey has been able to win the winnable games as of late. The Cyclones swept Colorado State on its home ice last time out, and swept a solid Robert Morris squad this weekend.
Cyclone Hockey played for the Cancer Unites community in support of cancer patients and their families this weekend against Robert Morris University.
Cyclone Hockey picked up its third consecutive win Friday night defeating the Robert Morris University Illinois Eagles 3-2. The Cyclones are now 11-9-1, and the Eagles move to 9-8-2.
For Cyclone Hockey, it has been a challenging last couple of weeks, with a winless trip to Central Oklahoma as well as Minot State, and splitting at home against Illinois. Cyclone Hockey needed to get back on track, and that's exactly what the Cyclones did this weekend in Colorado.