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 …
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 n…
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 splitt…
The Cyclone Hockey team will face the Colorado State Rams in Fort Collins this weekend on Friday, November 22nd and the 23rd, both games will take place at 7:30 pm at the NoCo Ice Arena.
Cyclone Hockey dropped both games in the series to the fourth-ranked Minot State Beavers, the defending ACHA National Champions. The two games ended in the same score, 3-1. The Cyclones are now 8-9-1 and the Beavers are 13-1-2.
The first period between Cyclone Hockey and Minot State saw lots of action, with great chances early for both teams. Minot State was able to find the back of the net with 9:19 left in the period. Davis Sheldon of Minot State got one past Nikita Kozak with under a minute left in the period on the power play.
The Cyclones were looking to break through on the offensive end while keeping the goaltending by Nikita Kozak as solid as he's been recently. If they could do that and keep their guys out of the penalty box, they would be in prime position to have a good series against the 14th ranked Fighting Illini.
Cyclone Hockey hosted the University of Illinois on Saturday and was defeated by the Fighting Illini 2-0.
After another weekend off, the Cyclone women are making the trip to Alberta Lea, Minnesota, for a neutral location game against the Eagles of UW-La Crosse.
Cyclone Hockey faced the Ohio Bobcats Friday night in Athens, Ohio. The Cyclones were defeated 4-2.
After sweeping Jamestown last weekend, seventh-ranked Cyclone Hockey (6-4) will travel to Athens this weekend to face the sixth-ranked Bobcats of Ohio University (6-0).
If there's one weakness to a stifling Cyclone Hockey defense, it would be protecting one-goal leads.
Cyclone Hockey has a .500 record one-quarter of the way through the regular season. It hasn't scored more than two goals since a 3-2 win over Missouri State three weeks ago.
Cyclone Hockey usually gets off to good starts in the season. Very rarely have the Cyclones struggled to score the puck or find a way to win games.
Cyclone Hockey allowed not one, but two goals in front of its net Friday night.
June 14, 2019, is a day Gabe Bortscheller remembers like it was yesterday.
Each weekend series, Cyclone Hockey is looking to build off what happened the two games prior.
Third-ranked Cyclone hockey split with 15th-ranked Missouri State over the weekend, triumphing in the opener 3-2 before falling 2-0 in the finale. Still, despite a 1-1 record, head coach Jason Fairman was not in a sour mood.
Ray Zimmerman gave Cyclone Hockey the lead late on. The defense kept it that way.
Cyclone Hockey Coach Jason Fairman is looking forward to the challenge of facing Missouri State at the beginning of the season.
The Iowa State hockey team had a solid first weekend against the Waldorf Warriors. The Cyclones started the weekend strong with a 6-0 Iowa State victory and the other was a low-scoring 2-1 overtime victory against the Warriors on Saturday.
ALBERT LEA, Minn. — For Cyclone Hockey, Saturday night proved to be an evening of firsts.
It's no secret what the talk around the Cyclone men's hockey team was coming into the season.
A changed roster doesn't mean changed expectations for Cyclone Hockey.
Things didn’t seem to go Cyclone Hockey’s way toward the end of the season. Despite good play, the Cyclones dropped eight of their last 10 games of the season, which resulted in them falling from No. 4 to No. 5 before the postseason. Then they dropped out of the CSCHL Playoffs with a loss to Ohio.
Post-season is in full swing for the Cyclones, as they started things out with the CSCHL Playoffs last weekend. The Cyclones matched up against the Ohio Bobcats on Saturday, where they lost 2-1 to the Ohio team that ended up falling to Lindenwood in the CSCHL Championship game.
Cyclone Hockey took on the CSCHL tournament on Saturday night, playing No. 4 Ohio University. The Cyclones lost a close one to the Bobcats, falling 2-1.
The No. 5 Cyclones returned home to finish off the regular season in a series against the No. 9 University of Central Oklahoma Bronchos. The Cyclones split the weekend with the Bronchos, losing 4-3 in the first game and winning 4-1 in the second game.
Cyclone Hockey finished off its weekend series against No. 9 University of Central Oklahoma, winning 4-1 on senior night.
The Cyclones returned home on Friday in a matchup against the University of Central Oklahoma Bronchos. The Cyclones were defeated by the Bronchos 4-3.
The Cyclones are coming off a tough weekend that saw them get swept on the road by Illinois. Now, the Cyclones aim to bounce back in a big series at home against the No. 9 University of Central Oklahoma Bronchos.