Air Force Falcons Hockey 2014-15 Schedule
The Air Force Falcons are ready to fly high this season as they take
to the ice to do battle with some of the best teams on the college hockey landscape. The Falcons have a roster brimming with
talent, and the team is hoping that such a talent level can take them to the top of the standings in 2014-15. Air Force is
a part of the Atlanta Hockey Association, one of the best conference in the sport. This conference features some of the top
teams in the nation each and every season, making for a bevy of tough matchups for the Falcons on an annual basis. The Falcons
are coming off a solid 2013-14 season in which they were able to finish with the third-most points in the Atlantic after posting
a 15-9-3 record on the year. The Falcons will be back in action in 2014-15 ready to take on the best of the best on the ice,
and the fans will surely pack into the stands to see it all unfold right before their eyes.
The Falcons will be looking
forward to taking on their Atlantic rivals, especially the Mercyhurst Lakers. The Lakers notched 17 wins last season and racked
up enough points to take the top spot in the conference standings. A victory against them would be huge confidence boost for
the Falcons. The Lakers have a talented group that is going to be difficult to take down, even at home, so having a raucous
how crowd can really go a long way in this contest. If the Falcons can sink the Lakers, it will give them some serious momentum
going forward in 2014-15. It could also mean a lot in the conference standings by the end of the season.
team that will visit the Falcons' home ice is the Bentley Falcons, the other team that finished ahead of Air Force in the
conference rankings last season. It will be a great battle of the Falcons when these two teams hit the ice, and the biggest
Air Force hockey fans will be there in person to enjoy the action. Bentley has some top returning upperclassmen that will
be out to contribute to a banner season for their Falcons, and the Air Force players would love to send them home with a crushing
loss. This could be one of the better matchups of the 2014-15 season for Air Force, but there are plenty of other great contests
on the docket this season as well.
Air Force Falcons Hockey History
The Air Force Falcons hockey team
is a member of the Atlantic Hockey Association, a conference that features a number of top college hockey programs. The Falcons
have a long history of success on the ice that goes back a long way, and as a result they boast a dedicated fan base that
loves to support the team at home and on the road. The Falcons first reached the NCAA Tournament back in 2007 and gave returned
several times since then. They have notched the best record in the conference multiples times, and have won their conference's
tournament on more than one occasion. This program is in search of a National Championship, and the team is hoping that they
can make a run at the Frozen Four as early as this season.
Hockey is a sport that is incredibly
popular throughout North America, and for good reason. The fast-paced action up and down the ice is enough to create a hockey
fan even if it's their first time out to a game. It's always a fantastic experience at a hockey game, and you can see that
for yourself when you head out to see the Air Force Falcons take to the ice this season. The Falcons have a number of top
players that are sure to entertain you when you're in the stands this season. The atmosphere at a Falcons home game is always
great, and you'll be sure to return once you've experienced it all once.
Air Force Falcons Hockey Trivia
was the first time the Air Force Falcons hockey team was able to win its conference tournament?
The answer is 2012.
The Falcons also notched the best regular season record in their conference that season.
Air Force Falcons Hockey
The Air Force Falcons have a proud hockey program that boasts a fan base that is just as proud. These fans show
up in force for each and every home game, ready to cheer on the Falcons to victory. When the Falcons take the ice against
a top opponent at home their biggest fans can always be found in the stands ready to root for the Air Force players. Join
them in the stands this season as Air Force looks to make a big move up the standings.