It was a busy Cyber Monday for Fighting Hawks fans who took advantage of online deals. Online purchases were identified for the Grand Forks zip code 58201 using DataTrax. Here are their Top 6 Cyber Monday purchases: Continue reading North Dakota Fans Jump on Cyber Monday Deals
While Omaha hockey fans were disappointed in the Saturday night postponement to 2:00 pm Sunday, However, most were willing to take advantage of the extra time in Denver.
‘I’m going to iHop’, said Myriam Hobbs of Fairacres. “My eggs are usually hen to mouth but I want to try store-bought.” Continue reading Omaha Fans Relish the Extra Time in Denver
“We want to create a unique identity, so we are embracing our new home – Mullett Arena”, said ASU hockey head coach Greg Powers. “We asked Billy Ray Cyrus to be our super fan. Unfortunately, Billy Ray was too busy so we went with David Spade’s Joe Dirt.” Continue reading ASU Embraces New Mullett Arena
Colorado College announced back in March that they are pulling out of the US News & World Report rankings. In the announcement, the liberal arts college’s President L. Song Richardson stated they are withdrawing “because it (US News) privileges criteria that are antithetical to our values and our aspirational goals.” Continue reading Colorado College Withdraws From US News Rankings, Seeks ‘Good People’
LetsGoDU has released its 19th annual hockey Super-Poll™ for the 2023-24 season. A host of statistics are fed into the supercomputer at Goddard Computing Center in Houston. The program runs ten thousand Monte Carlo simulations and securely delivers preliminary projections to ChatGPT AI headquarters in New York. The ranking methodology then places the Pioneers in their rightful place at the top and Colorado College at the bottom. The results are then tabulated by Deloitte, hermetically sealed, and sent to Denver via courier to reveal the projections. For the nineteenth consecutive season, DU claims the top spot. Continue reading LetsGoDU SUPER-POLL™ Tabs DU Hockey #1 in Preseason Poll For 19th-Straight Year
Denver hockey is two games away from a return to the Frozen Four. LetsGoDU did an in-depth comparison of Cornell and Denver to determine the favorite team. Here are the results: Continue reading Tale of the Tape: Denver vs. Cornell
Since CC fans rarely get to the NCHC Frozen Faceoff in St. Paul, we wanted to give Tiger fans these Twin Cities travel tips:
- While in the Twin Cities, CC fans should visit Minneapolis’ Mall of America. In ‘The Springs’ this would be considered a high-end shopping and dining district. A big plus is an indoor rollercoaster which duplicates the course of CC hockey this season.
The Colorado College Tigers will be traveling by bus to Magness Arena Friday night for their game against Denver. However, the CC hockey team will be walking back to Colorado Springs for their Saturday night tilt against the Pioneers at Robson Arena. In an act of solidarity with the student body and in support of the school’s efforts to divest from fossil fuels, the Tigers will show that life goes on after fossil fuels. Continue reading CC Hockey Walks The Talk in Regular Season Finale
A University of North Dakota sports blog has posited a number of theories about NCHC favoritism and referee bias when it comes to the Denver Pioneers. After carefully reviewing their theories, we would like to share the most fascinating ones with our readers: Continue reading Conspiracy Theories Abound as DU & UND Prepare to Hit the Ice at Magness Arena
Air Force surveillance revealed a direct Colorado College connection to the Chinese weather balloon mystery. Air Force U-2 surveillance aircraft identified writing on the balloon, “50 years on the Block Plan” and investigators traced the balloon’s origin to Colorado College. Continue reading Colorado College Embroiled in ‘Chinese Weather Balloon’ Controversy