It was a successful weekend in Utah for the Wildcat hockey team as they beat the Utah Utes on Friday, Nov. 10 and Saturday, Nov. 11 by scores of 5-2 and 5-3 respectively. The Wildcats were able to sweep Utah, but no one stood out more than Ethan Stahlhuth with a hat trick on Saturday night.
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It couldn’t be a more picture-perfect scenario for Claire Green, her final race of her cross country career for the University of Arizona will be in Louisville, Ky. as she competes in the NCAA National Championship on Nov. 18.
Until the two big games against rival ASU club hockey, Arizona's hockey team will be on the road battling opponents from across the country in the span of five games.
The 1988 men's basketball team won the Final Four, but where are they now?
That kid is Arizona hockey sophomore Christopher Westlund. Westlund is a second year player who hails from Calgary, Alberta, and is no stranger to the sport of hockey.
The Arizona Wildcats hockey team defeated Colorado State on Nov. 4 to sweep the series with a 6-2 win. Austin Wilson started in net for the second time in the span of 24-hours, and let up just one more goal than he had in the previous contest. This was the second time Wilson had played, and won, both nights of a back-to-back this season.
After catching some wind in their sails after a 7-0 win against Oklahoma, Arizona faced a heavy storm with ranked No. 5 Colorado coming in and ultimately fell 7-2 to the Buffaloes, but won't let it slow them down.
The University of Arizona hockey team had one of their best summers from recruiting and brought in loads of talent. Among the group is Trey Decker, who stands out amongst his teammates through his personality, the edge he plays with and the experience he has under his belt.
Arizona had all cylinders firing on both ends of the ice in an early start against Oklahoma that concluded a three-game series against two Oklahoma schools.
After a loss to Central Oklahoma, Arizona came out to win 5-3 against ranked No. 19 Oklahoma. This is the Cat’s seventh win of the season so they rise to a win percentage of .636.
For just over 40 minutes it was a scoreless tie – a goaltender’s dream. Both goalies were solid. University of Central Oklahoma’s Alex Henry would get the shutout and Austin Wilson, despite taking the loss, posted a .946 save percentage with 35 saves on 37 shots.
It's not a new concept. Every championship hockey team out there, on every level, fulfills a set list of requirements before they are named champions. There's unspoken rules of ways to win hockey, and they change every so often, but some remain true.
Cusanelli is the leading goal scorer on the team by two goals. Josh Larson has nine and from there it rops off to three apiece for the players following. His ability to find the twine also has him tied for third in goals across all Division I ACHA men's players.
5-1 isn’t a bad way to start the season. From Oct. 12-14, the Arizona Wildcats hockey team called AZ Ice Gilbert their home for one game against the ranked No. 18 Missouri State Bears, and two against the Arkansas Razorbacks.
The puck dropped Wednesday night for a matchup between the Arizona Wildcats and Arizona State Sun Devils and it was a long well fought game that resulted in a win for the Wildcats, 6-4, making them 3-0 on the season.
Arizona is coming off a well-fought match against GCU that was dominated by penalties and action after the whistle. The Wildcats were successful when they weren't afraid to use their bodies to push GCU around.
Both teams have to find their identity and the team who can find their feet first in this match, and get going will be the one to take home the win. Because of the risk of the game slipping into collar-grabbing after the whistle, sticking to a speed game and avoiding getting stuck in the defensive zone for too long is of utmost importance for both teams.
The Ducks played to their strengths, speed and grit. The Coyotes came out of the doors fast and hard, equalling the play of Anaheim, but the tables were soon turned as the Ducks pressured in both their offensive and defensive zones. By being hard on the puck and clogging up passing lanes, Anaheim dominated play throughout the game.
Last week, “Inside the Glass”, an hour program on KAMP student radio, had the honor of interviewing special guest Arizona Hockey Media Director, Tim Gassen. Gassen, known as “AZPuckMan,” has been following UA hockey for more than thirty years. He had plenty of insight on not only the dynamic of the team, but about the growth of hockey in Arizona as well.