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Colorado College Tigers Hockey Tickets

Colorado College Tigers Hockey tickets

Colorado College Tigers Hockey Schedule

It's college hockey season once again in Colorado Springs and the men at Colorado College are once again ready to make a strong showing in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference. With a history that includes several college championship game appearances as well as two national championships and trips to the Frozen Four, the Tigers are one of the preeminent college hockey teams in the country. As such, Colorado College possesses some of the most dedicated and passionate fans in the sport and attending a game at World Arena is a must for any sports fan.

Twice this season the Tigers will take on in state rivals the Denver Pioneers at home, first on November 8th and again on February 22nd. Seeing one or both of these games is a must for college hockey lovers as two of the sport's most storied programs will be renewing their bitter rivalry and the action will be heated. Another big in-state rivalry game is slated for November 19th as Air Force skates onto the ice at World Arena. Always an intense battle, any game in which the Tigers face the Falcons is sure to be an unforgettable event.

The Team

If ever there was a Tigers team poised to make a big splash in the NCHC as well as the NCAA tournament it is this years squad. As coach Scott Owens enters his record 15th season at the helm of the Colorado College hockey program he can do so with the confidence of knowing that he is in possession of possibly his most talented team to date. Four players on the 2013-2014 roster have already been drafted to NHL teams, Aaron Harstad, Peter Stoykewych, Hunter Fejes, and Scott Winkler. In his final season you can expect senior forward Scott Winkler to really light up the scoreboard not only to leave his mark in the program's history books and help lead his team to victory but also to prove to the Dallas Stars who drafted him that he is NHL ready. Be prepared for a banner year at Colorado College with this talent laden group on the ice.

The Experience

Hockey fans in general, and college hockey fans specifically are hands down some of the most intense and raucous you will find anywhere in the world. Colorado College is fortunate enough to have some of the best fans of them all and they really bring World Arena to life on game day. From the moment you enter the arena it is clear that this will be a sports game unlike anything you have ever experienced. The fans with the help of an enthusiastic announcer help get World Arena to the point of exploding just before the puck drops for the opening face off and as the big time hits pile up, and the crack of big slapshots fill the arena the excitement only continues to build. Big plays that will get you out of your seat screaming and high fiving total strangers will have you eager to make a return to the next Colorado College hockey game.

The Conference

The National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) is one of the premiere college hockey conferences in the country. For the 2013-2014 season, NCHC will consist of eight members and each and every member stands to make a serious run to the top of the standings including new members Nebraska-Omaha, St. Cloud State University and Western Michigan University. The schools of NCHC have combined to win 17 national championships with University of Denver and University of North Dakota setting the pace with seven championships apiece. NCHC is a college conference that is in existence only for hockey and makes for a hungry fan base that is assured of seeing top notch college hockey action no matter which two teams are facing off in conference play.

Colorado College Tigers Hockey Trivia

It has been a while but the Colorado College Tigers were NCAA Champions back in 1950 and 1957 and were conference tournament champions in 1978. The school's hockey program's history dates all the way back to 1938 when Spencer Penrose and Charles Tutt turned an old unused equestrian center into Broadmoor Ice Palace and it became the home of the Tigers' hockey team. January 21, 1938 saw the Tigers get off to an inauspicious start, however when they lost 8-1 to a team sponsored by a department store. It was not long though before the Tigers got started on their winning ways. Colorado College hosted the first NCAA hockey tournament in 1948 and continued to do so for the following ten years. Finally in 1993 under the guidance of first year coach Ron Lucia the Tigers won their first MacNaughton Cup,the award given to the NCHC regular season champion, since 1957. From 2001 to 2003 the Tigers made three consecutive NCAA tournaments, then made it all the way to the Frozen Four in 2005 after missing the tournament the previous year.

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