Colorado College Tigers Hockey Schedule
Each year when the college hockey season gets underway, World Arena in
Colorado Springs, Colorado, is the place to be. As the home of the Colorado College Tigers, World Arena is bursting with excitement
for every home game as the Tigers try to navigate their way through a tough NCHC schedule. Boasting one of the best home ice
advantages in all of NCAA hockey, the Colorado College Tigers are especially tough to College hockey is a big deal in Colorado
Springs and tickets to see the Tigers playing at home always sell quickly. Be sure to get your tickets from StubHub as soon
as possible to show Colorado College your support.
The Tigers kick off their home schedule on Friday, October 10th with
the first of two games against the Alabama Huntsville Chargers. Plenty of other exciting series at World Arena loom large
on Colorado College's schedule including games against the University of North Dakota, the Wisconsin Badgers, the Nebraska
Omaha Mavericks, the Miami Ohio Redhawks, and the Western Michigan Broncos. The Tigers will also take on the defending NCHC
regular season champions the St. Cloud Sate Huskies and the defending NCHC tournament champions the Denver Pioneers at home
this season. On December 27th and 28th the Colorado College Tigers will take have scrimmages against USA Hockey Under 18 team.
There are plenty of chances to come out to World Arena to catch the Colorado College Tigers in action during the 2014-2015
The Colorado College Tigers have a long and storied history when it comes to college
hockey and they will be looking to begin a return to glory during the 2014-2015 season, their first under new head coach Mike
Haviland. After missing the NCAA Tournament at the end of the past three seasons the Tigers are as hungry as ever to make
a big move up the NCHC standings and back into the postseason. It is not an easy task getting to the top of the NCHC standings,
but with the a strong returning core and the leadership of a proven winner in Mike Haviland, Colorado College is looking to
make an impressive run through the regular season and into the NCHC tournament. This looks like it could be the season that
the Huskies finally bring home the university's first NCAA Championship in men's hockey in nearly sixty years. It would appear
that the sky is the limit for the 2014-2015 Colorado College Tigers, so get in on the action from the start!
Hockey fans in general are some of the most passionate sports fans around, but nothing quite matches the
fanaticism surrounding college hockey and Colorado College Tigers fans are some of the most dedicated and vociferous fans
in the entire NCAA. On game day at the World Arena, the fans file in and take their seats when the cheering and chanting begins.
As the clock winds down closer and closer to the dropping of the puck the crowd works itself into a frenzy. Finally both teams
are ready for face off and the excitement really begins. Thunderous, bone rattling hits, incredible displays of speed and
agility, powerful slapshots, and tremendous saves set the arena on fire for the following three periods of world class college
hockey. By the time the final buzzer sounds your voice is hoarse and your palms are stinging from clapping and giving high
fives and you will already be planning a return trip.
Colorado College Tigers Hockey Conference
play in the recently formed National Collegiate Hockey Conference. The NCHC played its first season of collegiate hockey last
year after teams from the WCHA and the CCHA came together to form a new conference after their previous conferences lost teams
to the newly formed Big Ten hockey conference. The conference is primarily made up of schools from the Midwest and its members
include the St. Cloud Huskies, the Denver Pioneers, Colorado College, Miami University, University of Minnesota – Duluth,
University of Nebraska – Omaha, University of North Dakota, and Western Michigan University. Prior to joining the NCHC
the Tigers were members of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, or WCHA, which was one of the most storied conferences
in the entire NCAA. Members of the conference had combined to win a record setting 36 men's national hockey championships
and the teams are sure to continue their excellence and help make the NCHC one of the best conferences in all of college hockey.
The Colorado College Tigers have been to the NCAA Tournament 20 times, including 10 trips to the Frozen
Four, most recently in 2005. The Tigers have also won two National Championships, in 1950 and 1957. Two Colorado College Tigers
have won the Hobey Baker Award, the highest individual award in college hockey which is given to the best NCAA men's hockey
player; Peter Sejna won the award in 2003 and Marti Sertich won it in 2005.