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Denver hockey roster update: 2017-18 Pioneers poised to dominate once again

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If you thought that the University of Denver hockey team’s run to their eighth national title a few months ago was a wild ride, come this October, buckle up. The 2017-18 Pioneers might be even better than the 2017 National Champions. Crazy? Sure. Implausible? Absolutely not. Continue reading Denver hockey roster update: 2017-18 Pioneers poised to dominate once again

American Hero Troy Terry’s hat trick powers Denver to second straight Frozen Four

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For the second straight year, the top-ranked University of Denver Pioneers are going to the Frozen Four.

Troy Terry notched a hat trick, Jarid Lukosevicius tallied two more goals, and Tanner Jaillet stopped 24 shots against the Penn State Nittany Lions in the Midwest Regional Final at the US Bank Center in Cincinnati to earn Denver a trip to Chicago in two weeks. Continue reading American Hero Troy Terry’s hat trick powers Denver to second straight Frozen Four

Denver rides Evan Cowley’s second straight shutout to sweep of Tigers and into 4th straight Frozen Faceoff

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For the fourth straight year, the top-ranked University of Denver Pioneers will head to Minneapolis for the Frozen Faceoff thanks to Evan Cowley’s 4-0 shutout of the Colorado College Tigers on Saturday night. The win was the Pioneers’ 14th straight over CC and clinched the first-round series sweep. Continue reading Denver rides Evan Cowley’s second straight shutout to sweep of Tigers and into 4th straight Frozen Faceoff

WATCH: Jim Montgomery talks Game 1 victory over Colorado College

The top-ranked University of Denver Pioneers took Game One of the NCHC Tournament first round best-of-three series from the Colorado College Tigers last night with a 4-1 win. They had to overcome a slow, disjointed first period to do it, but they did what the had to do with a strong second period performance. Continue reading WATCH: Jim Montgomery talks Game 1 victory over Colorado College

Denver overcomes slow first period to take Game 1 from Colorado College

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It wasn’t exactly the start to the first playoff game of the year that the top-ranked University of Denver Pioneers had envisioned this week. However, as they’ve done so many times before this year, they used the first intermission to make some much-needed adjustments and they didn’t look back as they topped the Colorado College Tigers 4-1. With the win, the Pioneers take a 1-0 lead in the best-of-three first round NCHC Tournament series. Continue reading Denver overcomes slow first period to take Game 1 from Colorado College

Henrik Borgström lifts Denver back into 1st place with overtime goal

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Henrik Borgström, the artist, only had one goal all night, but it was the one that mattered most for the top-ranked University of Denver Pioneers. With 1:16 left in overtime, Borgström took a Troy Terry pass and wristed it under #18 St Cloud State University goalie Jeff Smith’s right arm to give the Pioneers a key 4-3 victory to reclaim 1st place in the NCHC. Continue reading Henrik Borgström lifts Denver back into 1st place with overtime goal

Pioneers extend Tenzer Streak, grab first place from Duluth with sweep of Tigers

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For the 12th straight time, the #2 University of Denver Pioneers beat the Colorado College Tigers and in the process, they extended the Tenzer Streak to 16 and jumped into first place in the NCHC, one point ahead of UMD. The only thing that didn’t happen for Denver is earning the #1 ranking in the Pairwise. They remain at #2. Continue reading Pioneers extend Tenzer Streak, grab first place from Duluth with sweep of Tigers

WATCH: Jim Montgomery talks sluggish 11th straight victory over Colorado College

Last night, the #2 University of Denver Pioneers topped Colorado College for the 11th straight time to extend their third-longest streak in the 305-game history of the Gold Pan Rivalry. The 2-1 victory was an important one, as all wins over CC are, but the Pios played sluggish hockey for much of the game. Part of that was a function of the bye week last weekend. Continue reading WATCH: Jim Montgomery talks sluggish 11th straight victory over Colorado College

Denver tops Colorado College for 11th straight time in Troy Terry’s return

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DENVER – Troy Terry returned, Adam Plant scored a goal barely a minute into the game, and the #2 University of Denver Pioneers won their 11th straight game against in-state “rival” Colorado College Tigers by a score of 2-1. And that’s about all there is to say about the third matchup of the season between Denver and Colorado College. Continue reading Denver tops Colorado College for 11th straight time in Troy Terry’s return

What will DU do without the American Hero?

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A college hockey team does not become one of the top teams in the nation because of one player. One player cannot dictate the success or failure of one team. Will the Denver Pioneers miss American Hero Troy Terry, who is out indefinitely with an upper-body injury? Absolutely. Is it reasonable to expect that they won’t be successful without him? Absolutely not. Continue reading What will DU do without the American Hero?