Battle for the Gold Pan

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Battle for the Gold Pan
DU-CC Rivalry
Denver Pioneers logo Colorado College logo
University of Denver Pioneers Colorado College Tigers
Ice Hockey
First Meeting CC 16–0 DU January 6, 1950; 67 years ago (1950-01-06) at CC
Last Meeting DU 4–0 CC (March 11, 2017) at Denver
Next Weekend Series TBD
Longest Streak
  • DU: 22 (Feb 20, 1959 – Feb 8, 1963)
  • CC: 9 (Jan 6, 1950 – Dec 1, 1951)
Current Winning Streak DU – 12 Games
Games Played 308
All-time series DU leads 175–116–17 [.561]
Gold Pan series TIED 12–12 (24 Years) [.500]
DU CC
1994 / 95
1997 / 98
1998 / 99
2003 / 04
2004 / 05
2005 / 06
2009 / 10
2010 / 11
2012 / 13
2014 / 15
2015 / 16
2016 / 17
1993 / 94
1995 / 96
1996 / 97
1999 / 00
2000 / 01
2001 / 02
2002 / 03
2006 / 07
2007 / 08
2008 / 09
2011 / 12
2013 / 14

The Battle for the Gold Pan (also called The DU/CC Rivalry, or known locally as The Gold Pan) is a series played between the Colorado College Tigers and the University of Denver Pioneers hockey teams.

The Gold Pan is among the top rivalries in college ice hockey.[1][2] With over 300 games played, only Michigan and Michigan State have more games played among top rivalries, which also include the Green Line Rivalry, between Boston University and Boston College and the Border Battle, between the University of Minnesota and the University of Wisconsin.

Background[edit]

Magness Arena
Magness Arena, home of the University of Denver Pioneers
World Arena
Broadmoor World Arena home of the Colorado College Tigers

The University of Denver and Colorado College hockey teams began playing one another in 1949–50, the first season for the University of Denver men's team. Colorado College has had a hockey program since 1938. The two schools were charter members of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA), which was founded in 1951. The schools are also charter and current members of the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC), founded in 2011 with play starting in the 2013–14 season.

Both colleges are private schools with small student populations on Colorado's Front Range. Colorado College (enrollment near 2,000 students) is located in Colorado Springs, while the University of Denver (undergraduate enrollment near 6,000 students) is located in Denver. The two campuses are only 65 miles apart, right off of I-25. The home ice for the Colorado College Tigers is the Broadmoor World Arena, which has a larger, Olympic-size rink, sitting at 6,250 feet above sea level, while the home ice for the Denver Pioneers is Magness Arena, a smaller, NHL-size rink at 5,370 feet. Nearly 300 NHL and other professional hockey players have passed through the hockey programs of the schools.

Both schools have produced Hobey Baker Award winners. Colorado College has had two Hobey Baker winners, Peter Sejna (2003) and Marty Sertich (2005). The University of Denver has had one winner, Matt Carle (2006). Colorado College has eight other players who were finalists for the Hobey Baker Award since its inception in 1981; the University of Denver has had six finalists, as of 2015.

History[edit]

The two schools first met in January 1950 and have faced off against one another at least four times every year since then, as well as multiple playoff matches. There have been a few games postponed or even canceled due to violence between fans and players back between the 1960s thru the 1980s. Up until the 1990s, there was no formal series trophy for the season series, as the CC/DU games were merely for "bragging rights". In the 1993/94 season, then-DU coach Frank Serratore and CC coach Don Lucia decided to create a traveling trophy for the season series winner between the schools. That first Gold Pan trophy was a rusty old gold pan from Cripple Creek, Colorado that had actually been used for prospecting.[3] That first trophy was lost in Denver after the 2003–2004 season. The current trophy was created by Colorado sculptor Mike Halterman and donated by the Cripple Creek & Victor Gold Mine in 2005.[4]

In 2011 with the NCAA realignment of college hockey conferences, Colorado College and the University of Denver joined together to create the NCHC, bringing the rivalry with them. The first season in the NCHC (2013/14 season) led to the conference rule of a shootout if a game is tied after overtime. On November 8, 2013, CC and DU played the first ever regular season shootout in college hockey in Colorado Springs. CC and DU played to a 1–1 tie after overtime, DU would win in the shootout 2–0.

On February 20, 2016, the teams faced off for their first outdoor match, at Coors Field in Denver, billed as the "Battle on Blake" in reference to the location of Coors Field at the corner of Blake Street and 20th Street.[5] Denver won the match 4–1 in front of 35,144 spectators.[6]

Overall rivalry record[edit]

Colorado College victories Denver victories Tie games
# Date Location Winner Score Notes
1 January 6, 1950 Colorado Springs Colorado College 16–0
2 January 7, 1950 Colorado Springs Colorado College 10–0
3 January 21, 1950 Denver Colorado College 14–1
4 January 30, 1950 Denver Colorado College 10–3
5 December 8, 1950 Denver Colorado College 11–8
6 December 9, 1950 Denver Colorado College 7–5
7 January 12, 1951 Colorado Springs Colorado College 10–3
8 January 13, 1951 Colorado Springs Colorado College 8–4
9 December 1, 1951 Colorado Springs Colorado College 7–6
10 December 7, 1951 Denver Denver 4–3
11 December 8, 1951 Colorado Springs Colorado College 7–3
12 January 11, 1952 Colorado Springs Colorado College 5–0
13 January 12, 1952 Denver Denver 5–4
14 January 16, 1953 Colorado Springs Denver 11–4
15 January 17, 1953 Colorado Springs Denver 4–2
16 February 6, 1953 Denver Denver 4–3
17 February 7, 1953 Denver Denver 8–3
18 December 19, 1953 Colorado Springs Denver 7–5
19 January 15, 1954 Denver Denver 5–4
20 January 16, 1954 Denver Colorado College 6–5
21 February 27, 1954 Colorado Springs Denver 6–2
22 January 14, 1955 Denver Colorado College 3–1
23 January 15, 1955 Colorado Springs Colorado College 6–4
24 February 18, 1955 Denver Denver 3–2
25 February 19, 1955 Colorado Springs Denver 4–3 OT
26 January 20, 1956 Denver Colorado College 2–0
27 January 21, 1956 Colorado Springs Colorado College 8–1
28 March 2, 1956 Denver Denver 10–3
29 March 3, 1956 Colorado Springs Denver 5–1
30 January 11, 1957 Denver Denver 6–3
31 January 12, 1957 Colorado Springs Colorado College 8–7 OT
32 February 15, 1957 Denver Colorado College 6–4
33 February 16, 1957 Colorado Springs Colorado College 4–3
34 December 13, 1957 Denver Denver 6–4
35 December 14, 1957 Colorado Springs Colorado College 6–2
36 January 13, 1958 Colorado Springs Colorado College 10–4
37 January 14, 1958 Denver Denver 3–2 OT
38 February 21, 1958 Colorado Springs Colorado College 5–1
39 February 22, 1958 Denver Denver 7–0
40 February 28, 1958 Denver Denver 6–3
41 March 1, 1958 Colorado Springs Colorado College 5–2
42 December 13, 1958 Colorado Springs Denver 5–4
43 January 30, 1959 Denver Denver 3–1
44 January 31, 1959 Colorado Springs Colorado College 6–3
45 February 20, 1959 Denver Denver 7–2
46 March 6, 1959 Denver Denver 8–1
47 March 7, 1959 Colorado Springs Denver 10–6
48 February 2, 1960 Denver Denver 10–4
49 February 19, 1960 Denver Denver 6–2
50 February 20, 1960 Colorado Springs Denver 4–1
51 March 4, 1960 Denver Denver 5–2
52 March 5, 1960 Colorado Springs Denver 6–2
53 March 11, 1960 Denver Denver 9–2
54 March 12, 1960 Denver Denver 3–1
55 December 9, 1960 Denver Denver 8–4
56 February 3, 1961 Denver Denver 11–1
57 February 4, 1961 Colorado Springs Denver 7–5
58 March 3, 1961 Denver Denver 8–1
59 March 4, 1961 Colorado Springs Denver 13–3
60 December 1, 1961 Denver Denver 9–1
61 December 2, 1961 Colorado Springs Denver 5–4
62 February 23, 1962 Denver Denver 7–3
63 February 24, 1962 Colorado Springs Denver 7–3
64 January 11, 1963 Denver Denver 6–5
65 January 12, 1963 Colorado Springs Denver 6–1
66 February 8, 1963 Denver Denver 6–1
67 February 9, 1963 Colorado Springs Colorado College 6–5
68 February 21, 1964 Denver Denver 3–0
69 February 22, 1964 Colorado Springs Denver 6–3
70 January 29, 1965 Colorado Springs Colorado College 4–2
71 January 30, 1965 Denver Denver 3–1
72 February 4, 1966 Denver Denver 4–1
73 February 5, 1966 Colorado Springs Denver 6–2
74 February 18, 1966 Denver Tie 3–3 OT
75 February 19, 1966 Colorado Springs Denver 7–2
76 March 3, 1966 Colorado Springs Denver 8–2
77 March 7, 1967 Denver Denver 6–3
78 January 19, 1968 Denver Denver 3–1
79 January 20, 1968 Colorado Springs Denver 6–0
80 November 22, 1968 Denver Denver 7–0
81 November 23, 1968 Colorado Springs Denver 4–2
82 January 24, 1969 Denver Denver 6–0
83 January 25, 1969 Colorado Springs Denver 2–1
84 March 8, 1969 Denver Denver 3–1
85 November 22, 1969 Denver Denver 7–4
86 February 6, 1970 Denver Denver 5–2
87 February 7, 1970 Colorado Springs Denver 8–7 OT
88 March 6, 1970 Denver Denver 4–1
89 March 7, 1970 Colorado Springs Colorado College 5–4
90 November 13, 1970 Denver Denver 8–4
91 January 29, 1971 Denver Denver 5–3
92 January 30, 1971 Colorado Springs Denver 5–4
93 March 5, 1971 Denver Denver 6–4
94 March 6, 1971 Colorado Springs Denver 7–6
95 March 11, 1971 Denver Denver 6–3
96 November 13, 1971 Denver Denver 4–3
97 February 11, 1972 Denver Colorado College 9–7
98 February 12, 1972 Colorado Springs Denver 13–4
99 February 25, 1972 Denver Denver 13–2
100 February 26, 1972 Colorado Springs Colorado College 9–6
101 February 1, 1973 Denver Denver 7–2
102 February 3, 1973 Colorado Springs Denver 7–5
103 February 15, 1973 Denver Denver 8–3
104 February 17, 1973 Colorado Springs Denver 3–1
105 November 2, 1973 Denver Denver 6–4
106 November 3, 1973 Colorado Springs Colorado College 2–1
107 March 1, 1974 Denver Colorado College 7–4
108 March 2, 1974 Colorado Springs Denver 7–1
109 December 13, 1974 Colorado Springs Colorado College 6–2
110 December 14, 1974 Colorado Springs Colorado College 5–3
111 February 28, 1975 Denver Denver 5–4
112 March 1, 1975 Denver Colorado College 8–4
113 December 5, 1975 Denver Colorado College 2–1
114 December 6, 1975 Colorado Springs Colorado College 7–3
115 March 5, 1976 Denver Colorado College 7–5
116 March 6, 1976 Colorado Springs Colorado College 5–3
117 December 10, 1976 Denver Denver 6–3
118 December 11, 1976 Colorado Springs Denver 5–4 OT
119 March 4, 1977 Denver Denver 9–4
120 March 5, 1977 Colorado Springs Colorado College 9–2
121 November 11, 1977 Denver Denver 5–4
122 November 12, 1977 Colorado Springs Denver 6–4
123 March 3, 1978 Colorado Springs Denver 9–2
124 March 4, 1978 Denver Denver 7–5
125 March 14, 1978 Denver Colorado College 6–3
126 March 15, 1978 Denver Denver 4–3
127 December 28, 1978 Colorado Springs Denver 5–2 Broadmoor Tourn.
128 January 23, 1979 Colorado Springs Colorado College 11–5
129 January 30, 1979 Denver Colorado College 9–6
130 March 2, 1979 Denver Colorado College 4–1
131 March 3, 1979 Colorado Springs Denver 10–1
132 November 2, 1979 Denver Colorado College 7–5
133 November 3, 1979 Colorado Springs Colorado College 5–4 OT
134 February 29, 1980 Denver Colorado College 4–2
135 March 1, 1980 Colorado Springs Colorado College 10–2
136 November 7, 1980 Denver Denver 3–1
137 November 8, 1980 Colorado Springs Denver 6–3
138 December 12, 1980 Denver Denver 7–3
139 December 13, 1980 Colorado Springs Colorado College 5–2
140 November 6, 1981 Denver Colorado College 6–5
141 November 7, 1981 Denver Tie 7–7 OT
142 December 11, 1981 Denver Denver 11–5
143 December 12, 1981 Colorado Springs Denver 9–8 OT
144 February 12, 1982 Denver Colorado College 4–3
145 February 13, 1982 Colorado Springs Tie 5–5 OT
146 October 29, 1982 Denver Denver 3–2 OT
147 October 30, 1982 Colorado Springs Denver 7–5
148 January 28, 1983 Colorado Springs Denver 8–3
149 January 29, 1983 Colorado Springs Denver 8–7
150 February 18, 1983 Denver Denver 11–3
151 February 19, 1983 Colorado Springs Denver 10–4
152 October 28, 1983 Denver Denver 8–5
153 October 29, 1983 Colorado Springs Colorado College 5–3
154 January 27, 1984 Denver Colorado College 9–8 OT
155 January 28, 1984 Colorado Springs Denver 8–6
156 February 17, 1984 Denver Denver 4–1
157 February 18, 1984 Colorado Springs Denver 7–5
# Date Location Winner Score Notes
158 October 26, 1984 Denver Denver 4–0
159 October 27, 1984 Colorado Springs Colorado College 12–6
160 February 22, 1985 Denver Denver 6–2
161 February 23, 1985 Colorado Springs Denver 6–5 OT
162 October 11, 1985 Denver Denver 7–2
163 October 25, 1985 Denver Denver 5–1
164 October 26, 1985 Colorado Springs Denver 6–4
165 February 21, 1986 Denver Denver 7–6
166 February 22, 1986 Colorado Springs Denver 4–2
167 October 24, 1986 Denver Tie 3–3 OT
168 October 25, 1986 Colorado Springs Colorado College 4–1
169 February 20, 1987 Colorado Springs Denver 6–2
170 February 21, 1987 Denver Colorado College 10–2
171 February 27, 1987 Denver Colorado College 4–2
172 February 28, 1987 Denver Colorado College 3–2
173 October 23, 1987 Denver Denver 5–4
174 October 24, 1987 Colorado Springs Denver 4–2
175 February 19, 1988 Colorado Springs Denver 11–4
176 February 20, 1988 Denver Denver 5–3
177 November 4, 1988 Denver Denver 8–7
178 November 5, 1988 Colorado Springs Denver 7–4
179 February 17, 1989 Colorado Springs Denver 5–2
180 February 18, 1989 Denver Denver 5–4 OT
181 October 20, 1989 Colorado Springs Colorado College 6–2
182 October 21, 1989 Denver Denver 8–3
183 February 23, 1990 Denver Colorado College 5–4 OT
184 February 24, 1990 Colorado Springs Denver 5–4
185 October 26, 1990 Denver Colorado College 7–1
186 October 27, 1990 Colorado Springs Denver 5–2
187 February 15, 1991 Colorado Springs Colorado College 6–4
188 February 16, 1991 Denver Colorado College 5–4
189 November 1, 1991 Colorado Springs Colorado College 6–3
190 November 3, 1991 Denver Denver 2–0
191 March 6, 1992 Denver Tie 3–3 OT
192 March 7, 1992 Colorado Springs Colorado College 5–2
193 November 6, 1992 Colorado Springs Colorado College 8–4
194 November 7, 1992 Denver Denver 6–3
195 March 5, 1993 Colorado Springs Denver 4–2
196 March 6, 1993 Denver Denver 8–2
197 January 7, 1994 Colorado Springs Colorado College 6–5
198 January 8, 1994 Denver Denver 5–4
199 March 4, 1994 Denver Colorado College 4–3 OT
200 March 5, 1994 Colorado Springs Tie 5–5 OT
201 November 11, 1994 Denver Denver 6–5
202 November 13, 1994 Colorado Springs Colorado College 7–3
203 March 3, 1995 Colorado Springs Tie 5–5 OT
204 March 4, 1995 Denver Denver 7–3
205 December 28, 1995 Denver Denver 7–3 Denver Cup
206 January 12, 1996 Denver Denver 4–3
207 January 14, 1996 Colorado Springs Colorado College 7–4
208 February 2, 1996 Colorado Springs Colorado College 5–4
209 February 3, 1996 Denver Colorado College 6–0
210 November 8, 1996 Denver Colorado College 6–2
211 November 10, 1996 Colorado Springs Colorado College 3–2
212 February 14, 1997 Colorado Springs Colorado College 4–3
213 February 15, 1997 Denver Denver 6–1
214 March 13, 1997 St. Paul, MN Colorado College 5–2
215 December 7, 1997 Colorado Springs Colorado College 9–1
216 December 8, 1997 Denver Denver 6–0
217 December 28, 1997 Denver Colorado College 6–1 Denver Cup
218 February 6, 1998 Colorado Springs Tie 6–6 OT
219 February 7, 1998 Denver Denver 4–2
220 March 13, 1998 Colorado Springs Colorado College 3–2 OT †
221 March 14, 1998 Colorado Springs Colorado College 6–4
222 November 13, 1998 Colorado Springs Colorado College 6–4
223 November 14, 1998 Denver Denver 6–0
224 February 19, 1999 Colorado Springs Colorado College 5–2
225 February 20, 1999 USAFA, CO Denver 4–3 OT
226 March 19, 1999 St. Paul, MN Denver 3–2 OT †
227 November 19, 1999 Colorado Springs Colorado College 4–2
228 November 20, 1999 Denver Colorado College 4–1
229 January 21, 2000 Denver Colorado College 2–0
230 January 22, 2000 Colorado Colorado College 6–4
231 January 5, 2001 Denver Colorado College 4–1
232 January 6, 2001 Colorado Springs Colorado College 5–1
233 January 19, 2001 Denver Colorado College 4–1
234 February 10, 2001 Colorado Springs Denver 3–2
235 November 2, 2001 Colorado Springs Denver 3–2 OT
236 November 3, 2001 Denver Denver 3–2
237 February 1, 2002 Denver Colorado College 3–2
238 February 2, 2002 Colorado Springs Colorado College 4–2
239 March 15, 2002 St. Paul, MN Denver 3–0
240 December 6, 2002 Denver Colorado College 4–3
241 December 7, 2002 Colorado Springs Colorado College 6–2
242 March 6, 2003 Colorado Springs Colorado College 2–0
243 March 7, 2003 Denver Colorado College 4–2
244 November 7, 2003 Colorado Springs Denver 5–2
245 November 8, 2003 Denver Colorado College 4–1
246 March 4, 2004 Colorado Springs Denver 3–1
247 March 5, 2004 Denver Denver 3–2
248 March 12, 2004 Denver Colorado College 4–3
249 March 13, 2004 Denver Colorado College 6–1
250 November 12, 2004 Colorado Springs Colorado College 3–1
251 November 13, 2004 Denver Denver 6–3
252 March 3, 2005 Colorado Springs Colorado College 3–0
253 March 4, 2005 Denver Denver 5–0
254 March 19, 2005 St. Paul, MN Denver 1–0
255 April 7, 2005 Columbus, OH Denver 6–2 ^ Semis
256 December 2, 2005 Colorado Springs Denver 4–2
257 December 3, 2005 Denver Denver 5–1
258 March 2, 2006 Colorado Springs Denver 5–4 OT
259 March 3, 2006 Denver Tie 3–3 OT
260 December 1, 2006 Colorado Springs Colorado College 5–1
261 December 2, 2006 Denver Colorado College 3–2
262 March 2, 2007 Denver Colorado College 3–0
263 March 3, 2007 Colorado Springs Tie 5–5 OT
264 November 23, 2007 Colorado Springs Colorado College 5–1
265 November 24, 2007 Denver Denver 3–2
266 March 7, 2008 Denver Colorado College 5–2
267 March 8, 2008 Colorado Springs Colorado College 3–1
268 October 31, 2008 Denver Tie 2–2 OT
269 November 2, 2008 Colorado Springs Colorado College 3–2
270 February 13, 2009 Colorado Springs Tie 3–3 OT
271 March 7, 2009 Denver Tie 1–1 OT
272 December 4, 2009 Colorado Springs Denver 2–1
273 December 5, 2009 Denver Tie 4–4 OT
274 March 5, 2010 Denver Colorado College 2–1
275 March 6, 2010 Colorado Springs Denver 7–3
276 November 5, 2010 Denver Denver 4–1
277 November 6, 2010 Colorado Springs Colorado College 9–2
278 February 4, 2011 Colorado Springs Colorado College 3–2
279 February 5, 2011 Denver Denver 5–3
280 November 12, 2011 Denver Denver 5–4
281 December 2, 2011 Colorado Springs Colorado College 4–3 OT
282 February 3, 2012 Denver Colorado College 2–0
283 February 4, 2012 Colorado Springs Tie 2–2 OT
284 November 16, 2012 Colorado Springs Denver 6–5
285 November 17, 2012 Denver Denver 6–2
286 February 8, 2013 Denver Tie 1–1 OT
287 February 9, 2013 Colorado Springs Colorado College 6–5 OT
288 March 15, 2013 Denver Denver 5–3
289 March 16, 2013 Denver Colorado College 2–1
290 March 17, 2013 Denver Colorado College 4–3
291 November 8, 2013 Colorado Springs Tie 1–1 OT
292 November 9, 2013 Denver Denver 2–1
293 February 21, 2014 Denver Colorado College 3–2
294 February 22, 2014 Colorado Springs Colorado College 3–1
295 November 14, 2014 Denver Denver 8–1
296 February 6, 2015 Colorado Springs Denver 3–0
297 February 20, 2015 Colorado Springs Denver 6–4
298 February 21, 2015 Denver Denver 6–3
299 November 6, 2015 Denver Denver 5–3
300 November 7, 2015 Colorado Springs Denver 3–1
301 February 18, 2016 Colorado Springs Denver 4–1
302 February 20, 2016 Coors Field – Denver ø Denver 4–1 35,144 attend.
303 December 2, 2016 Colorado Springs Denver 3–1
304 December 3, 2016 Denver Denver 3–1
305 February 10, 2017 Denver Denver 2–1
306 February 11, 2017 Colorado Springs Denver 5–1
307 March 10, 2017 Denver Denver 4–1
308 March 11, 2017 Denver Denver 4–0
309 TBD
310 TBD
311 TBD
312 TBD
Series: Denver leads 175–116–17

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  • † – denotes Conference Playoff match
  • ^ – denotes NCAA Playoff match
  • ø – denotes Outdoor match

Goal Count[edit]

Team Total Goals
DU Goals 1,376
CC Goals 1,180
TOTAL Goals 2,556


Head-to-head tally[edit]

Type Leader Leaders W – L – T Total Matches
DU Home Games DU 99 – 49 – 9 157 Matches Total
CC Home Games DU 69 – 66 – 8 142 Matches Total
Neutral Games DU 5 – 1 – 0 6 Matches Total
Overtime Games DU 12 – 8 – 17 37 Matches Total
Playoff Games DU 12–10 22 Matches Total
  • As of 10 February 2017

Set up[edit]

Four games are played every regular season between Colorado College and the University of Denver, two home games and two away games. It is played on two separate weekends, one near the beginning of the regular season and one near the end of the regular season. It is played in a Home/Home series where both teams play on their home ice once per series (unlike most college weekends series, which play at only one team's home ice). The team with the better record out of the four games receives or is able to hold on to the Gold Pan for another year. If a season series is tied then the winner from last year keeps the gold pan for that year. With the NCHC ruling for a shootout if the overtime period is tied, though a team will win in the shootout, the game is still counted as a draw to the overall record and Gold Pan record. Post-season matches are not counted for the Gold Pan, but are counted overall in the rivalry.

Team tallies (side by side)[edit]

•as of the end of the 2015/16 Season

    • as of end of 2016/2017 Season

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ David Kensa, "College Hockey's Top 10 Rivalries," College Hockey News, February 8, 2006
  2. ^ Top College Rivalries, Inside College Hockey
  3. ^ Klee, Paul. "Klee: Anyone seen the Gold Pan? The DU-CC hockey mystery continues". Gazette.com. Retrieved 2016-01-19. 
  4. ^ "High stakes for CC in Gold Pan rivalry game". Gazette.com. Retrieved 2016-01-19. 
  5. ^ Nick Groke, "Denver, Colorado College prep for Coors Field hockey with first look," Denver Post, February 19, 2016.
  6. ^ Nick Groke, “Denver hockey gets by Colorado College with big crowd at Coors Field,” Denver Post, February 20, 2016
  7. ^ "Tiger Hockey : Men's Hockey 2015–16 Media Guide" (PDF). Cctigers.com. Retrieved 2016-01-19. 

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