ACHA D1, D2 College Scoreboard


Saturday, October 14, 2017

Final Scores


Arizona 7, Arkansas 5

Iowa State 2, Lindenwood 1 OT


Denver 6, North Dakota State 4

Cal State Fullerton 4, Cal State Northridge 3

Montana State 6, Eastern Washington 3

Long Beach State 9, San Jose State 3

Montana Tech 4, Eastern Washington 1

Texas A&M 11, Texas Tech 1


Weber State 4, BYU 2

Loyola Marymount 4, Gonzaga 1

East Texas Baptist 6, Dallas Baptist 5


Friday, October 13, 2017


Alabama 5, Utah 0

Arizona State 5, Missouri State 2

Arizona 5, Arkansas 2


San Jose State 5, Santa Clara 2

Cal 11, Washington State 3

Metro Denver 6, Colorado 2


Loyola-Marymount 6, Gonzaga 1

Utah Valley 7, Western Washington 4

UCLA 5, Oregon 2






UNLV Rebels Going into Their Biggest Games vs ACHA D1 #5 Ranked Ohio University

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UNLV head coach Anthony Greener

Thursday, October 12, 2017

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Las Vegas –  The UNLV Rebels will practice today – Thursday – at City National Arena – and then will head for their biggest games of the season, taking on Ohio University, a ACHA D1 power for years on Friday and Saturday nights at Bird Arena.

“After practice around 3 pm we will get on a flight and head to Columbus, Ohio. We will have dinner there, stay overnight and then get onto a early-morning team bus on Friday to Athens, Ohio. We will have a pre-game skate there and then get ready to play.”

UNLV, in its first season of ACHA D1, has played strong teams already – like ASU, Colorado and a feisty mean-spirited Utah club. But they do not have the historical firepower and glory of Ohio University.

Take a look at this:



2012-13 – 26-8-2

2013-14 – 26-7-4

2014-15 – 26-7-0

2015-16 – 27-8-0

2016-17 – 23-7-0

2017-18 – 4-2-0

UNLV, with coaches Greener and Nick Robone, have constructed their best team ever. And goalie Ben Giesbrecht, who did not play in that ultra heated game with Utah last Saturday night, is available for the weekend series vs Ohio University. So far, Big Ben has been unbeatable.

Ohio U is ranked #5, UNLV #14

Coach Greener said “it’s going to be a tough go without two of our top guys (in scraps vs Utah) but this is why we recruited such a deep roster. It’s time for our players to step up and have an impact. Me, I have nothing but faith in them.

“Let’s get onto the scoreboard quick and get their crowd out of it.”



Jason Zucker One Goal, One Assist for NHL Minnesota Wild in Big 5-2 Road Win

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Jason Zucker of Las Vegas had an awesome game with NHL Minnesota Wild in a 5-2 road win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Thursday night.



Thursday, October 12, 2017


Jason Zucker of Las Vegas and Minnesota Wild 5 at Chicago Blackhawks 2

//With key linemates injured Jason Zucker of Las Vegas stepped up and had one goal, one assist for NHL Minnesota Wild in a 5-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks.


Friday, October 13, 2017



Detroit Red Wings 6, Vegas Golden Knights 3 at TMobile Arena Las Vegas


#5 ranked Ohio University 3, #14 ranked UNLV 1 at Bird Arena in Athens, Ohio


Joey Raats of Las Vegas and Arizona State vs Air Force

//Air Force wins 4-3; Joey Raats one assist for ASU

Joe Sullivan of Las Vegas and St. Lawrence at North Dakota

//Captain Joe Sullivan scores for St. Lawrence in tough 2-1 road loss

Brendan Harris of Las Vegas and Bemidji State vs Minnesota Duluth

//In his college debut Brendan Harris scores in a 5-2 Bemidji victory

Michael McNicholas of Las Vegas and New Hampshire vs Colgate

//New Hampshire wins 5-0; Michael McNicholas 1 assist


Zach Pochiro of Las Vegas and Allen Americans vs Rapid City Rush

//Zach Pochiro 2 goals, one assist and +5 on the ice for the Allen Americans in big 8-3 road win in South Dakota.


Derek Sutliffe of Las Vegas and Mississipi RiverKings in exhibition game


Vito Carlo of Las Vegas and Atlanta Capitals vs Point Mallard Ducks

Ducks win 3-2 OT – Vito Carlo one assist for Atlanta Capitals

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Michael Cichy, Spencer Poscente of Las Vegas and Wisconsin Muskies at Carolina Eagles

Carolina Eagles win 1-0 in OT/Shootout


Cody Printzen of Las Vegas and Fresno Monsters vs San Diego Sabers

//Fresno Monsters win 5-2


To add a game send to

UNLV Rebels Hockey Coach Nick Robone Released from Las Vegas Hospital #Robone Strong

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

By Lee Samuels

UNLV Rebels hockey coach Nick Robone has been released from a Las Vegas hospital and said moments ago “I am getting stronger every day. My plan is to return to the rink next week.”

Coach Nick was a victim of the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. Nick was shot in the chest area. His brother Anthony, a paramedic, applied life-saving techniques.

“Anthony was our Guardian Angel that night,” said Tony Robone, father of Nick and Anthony.


Bet You Didn’t Know – Goal Scorer James Neal NHL Vegas Golden Knights

Tuesday Final Score – James Neal two more goals as Vegas Golden Knights win an emotional 5-2 game over the Phoenix Coyotes. The crowd was 18,191. Vegas Golden Knights first NHL expansion team to begin season 3-0-0

By Charles V Reilly
NHL Insider for

Bet you didn’t know:

James Neal, the top goal scorer for the NHL Vegas Golden Knights is from Whitby, Ontario, Canada. He is 30 years old and listed at 6’2″ and 220.

He played for the 2002-03 AAA Whitby Wildcats midget major team, then with Canada’s national 18u, 20u teams.

James played for the OHL Plymouth Whalers and then in 2005 was drafted by the NHL Dallas Stars.

Bet you didn’t know James has scored 241 NHL career goals while playing for Dallas, the Pittsburgh Penguins and Nashville Predators.

In his NHL career James is plus 50 on the ice.

He has skated and has been a powerful force in the NHL playoffs seven times.

James has scored two game-winning goals for the NHL Vegas Golden Knights and the bright golden spotlight will be shining on him when the Vegas Golden Knights take on the Phoenix Coyotes at the TMobile Arena tonight.

Cody Printzen of Las Vegas to WSHL Fresno Monsters

Monday, October 9, 2017

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Cody Printzen of Las Vegas has signed and is now skating for the WSHL Fresno Monsters. Cody, 17, is listed at 6’0, 150. Last season he skated initially for the Wally Lacroix-coached AA Las Vegas Storm 16u, then finished the season with the Micah Sanford AAA Las Vegas Storm 16u ice hockey team at the Las Vegas Ice Center. Cody is also a premier roller hockey player and has skated for Team USA in international inline tournaments throughout the world.