10. Play the UMass-Amherst Drinking Game. Invite friends over and purchase a case of beer and shot glasses. Whenever the announcers say, “UMass” the first person to yell ‘Amherst’ does not have to drink while the rest of the room takes a shot. Everybody drinks if the announcers say, ‘flagship’. Continue reading Top 10 Things to do Without Denver in the NCAA Men’s Hockey Tournament
Both teams will lace them up at the single-elimination NCHC tournament in Grand Forks in two weeks. Denver faces Omaha in first-round action.
Top photo: Head Coach Mike Haviland takes a timeout to draw up the Tiger power play.
While DU Hockey is focused on their final two trips to the Broadmoor World Arena tomorrow and Saturday, March 6th to enter the postseason on the right foot, CC students are looking to the future following yet another disappointing hockey season. Continue reading CC Students Team Up to Power Future Robson Arena Operations
When head coach Dave Hakstol left North Dakota to lead the Philadelphia Flyers, a cleaner version of hockey was introduced by his replacement, Brad Berry. But, in some ways, the Fighting Hawks have returned to their old tricks under Berry with a slash here, a boarding there, an extra shove, and a trip to lead the NCHC in penalties with 248 total minutes spent in the sin bin. Denver sits in sixth place with 156 minutes in the box. In comparison, UND’s top five offenders have spent 131 minutes in the box, double Denver’s total of 66. Continue reading DU vs UND: When Perception and Reality Collide
After an unexplained monolith was sighted in Utah late last year, a new mysterious ‘orb’ has appeared on the University of Nebraska Omaha campus. The newly discovered unidentified object was reported Tuesday morning in front of UNO’s Arts and Sciences Hall. Continue reading Mysterious ‘Orb’ Discovered in Omaha
Avid Fighting Hawk hockey fans are used to taking to the road to support their beloved hockey team. This year is more difficult with social distancing leaving fans at home. We wanted to see just how well North Dakota fans were adjusting to the ‘new normal’.