Cyclone Hockey headed to Fort Wayne, Indiana, Friday to take on the Indiana Tech Warriors, looking to keep their hot streak going after they s…
The Cyclone hockey team was able to beat the Jamestown Jimmies on the ice by a score of 3-2 on Saturday in an overtime victory. The victory mo…
Cyclone Hockey started a strange season off on the right foot, taking down the Jamestown Jimmies 3-2.
The coronavirus outbreak is affecting much of the world and the story is no different for Cyclone Hockey.
Hockey fans were treated to plenty of free hockey in a five overtime showdown between Cyclone Hockey and Lindenwood Saturday night.
The regular season matchups between No. 19 Cyclone Hockey (21-15-3) and the No. 21 Robert Morris Illinois Eagles (17-17-4) resulted in a sweep or be swept situation. Each team used its home ice to sweep the other.
Cyclone hockey faced off against The University of Oklahoma for the final time on Saturday, with senior night also taking center stage. This would be the final time Dylan Goggin, Nikita Kozak, David Rutowski and Brian Bandyk suit up in the Ames/ISU Ice Arena.
The No. 24 Cyclones (20-15-3) faced off against the No. 20 Oklahoma Sooners (18-13-0) Saturday night. The Cyclones won by a score of 4-0.
Cyclone hockey hosted the University of Oklahoma Friday night in the Ames/ISU Ice Arena and defeated the Sooners on night one of a two day series 3-2.
Cyclone Hockey (18-15-3) has had some meaningful series in the past couple weeks. Traveling to No. 3 Lindenwood after having a wallop of a series against another Central States Collegiate Hockey League (CSCHL) rival, No. 4 ranked Ohio, is not for the faint of heart.