Seawolves take Kendall crown with a tie

The Seawolves won the Kendall Hockey Classic Saturday night by holding off the Air Force Falcons in an overtime nail biter. After falling to an early 2-0 deficit, the Seawolves put up three unanswered goals. They held on to the 3-2 lead until the Falcons pushed in a goal with only .2 seconds left in regulation.

Hockey team adds eight rookies

The Seawolves welcome eight new players to their team for the 2012-2013 hockey season.

Meet the Seawolf: Chris Crowell

TNL's sports editor, Taylor Hall, gets the lowdown on one of UAA's stars on the ice, hockey player Chris Crowell, who will be playing his final year of hockey next year. TNL: First off, congrats on becoming captain. Where and how did you get the news that you being named captain and what was your reaction?

Beavers spoil senior sendoff, sweep Seawolves

The UAA Hockey team played in two different types of games this past weekend against the Bemidji State Beavers. One was a low-scoring affair where scoring chances were at a premium. The other, a wide-open and high-scoring contest in which both teams had chances aplenty.

Slideshow: Shootout decides winner of Cup yet again

The Seawolves took on the Nanooks this weekend, beating them 3-2 Friday night but failing 3-1 in Fairbanks Saturday night. In their Feb. 24 game, UAA started off slow but came forward with a barrage of shots in the second period. UAF was unable to stop their attacks, only scoring once more in the third period. After traveling to Fairbanks the Seawolves played Sat. 25 in the second Governor's Cup game.

Seawolves surrender to bad bounces lose pair at home to MSU

The UAA Hockey team got a cruel reminder of just how unfair the game of hockey can be this past weekend. A pair of fluke goals turned out to be the game winners for Minnesota State as they took a 3-2 win on Feb. 10.

UAA struggles return with pair of home losses to North Dakota

The UAA Seawolves ran into a band saw this past weekend and it has left them reeling once again searching for answers. North Dakota used a pair of three-goal wins over the Seawolves at the Sullivan Arena to continue their recent return to winning form. While their winning streak grew to four straight and propelled them into a tie for fourth place in the WCHA, the host Seawolves remain in a tie for eleventh place with Minnesota State at five points in 12 league games.

Hat-trick hero lifts UAA to Kendall title

The UAA Seawolves treated fans to the school’s first Kendall Hockey Classic title since 2006 on Oct. 8 as well as the emotional rollercoaster they took to actually lift the championship gold pan when all was said and done.

College hockey realignment carousel keeps on spinning

The revolving door of the college hockey world saw another two teams relocate this past week to new conferences. Leaving the WCHA is the St. Cloud State Huskies, a program who had sated in the conference since the 1990-91season. The Huskies are headed to the newly formed National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) after they received an official invite to join the new super-conference that had seen five WCHA teams commit to playing beginning in the 2013-14 season.

WCHA inducts new teams for the 2013-14 hockey season

After the devastating changeup in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) this past July, in which several top schools scheduled their departure from the conference, the program seems to be looking up. In the last days of August, invitations were sent out to Alaska Fairbanks, Bowling Green, Ferris State, Lake Superior State and Western Michigan.

New assistant hockey coach suits up

A man who knows all the in and outs of college athletics with be taking over as the new assistant UAA hockey coach. T.J. Jindra...

Big Ten Hockey conference will have negative ripple effect

Throughout this college hockey season, there have been whispers of a new conference coming into existence, and reshaping the landscape of the current college hockey world. As the season progressed, those whispers grew more and more tumultuous until the official announcement transformed those whispers into ear-splitting realizations. On Mar. 21, the Big Ten Conference released plans for the formation of a six-team hockey conference that would commence play in the 2012-13 season.

UAA bounced out of WCHA postseason

-With collaboration from Patrick McCormick The wave of momentum that the Seawolves rode into St. Paul, Minnesota and the WCHA Final Five Playoffs came crashing...

UAA-UAF split series, UAF wins shootout and cup

Two heated rivals, two electric atmospheres, two lopsided wins for home teams. One heartbreaking way to see the Governor’s Cup leave town for the UAA...

‘Wolves look for revenge in 18th annual Governor’s Cup

Photo by Patrick McCormick It’s time for the UAA Seawolves and UAF Nanooks to rekindle their rivalry and battle it out for the 18th annual...

Production from freshmen can’t be ignored for UAA hockey team

As the sand in the hourglass trickles away on the WCHA regular season, all teams have questions remaining. Will we gain the all important home-ice...

Gunderson’s play has Seawolves rising in standings

Freshman netminder Rob Gunderson has an ability to make one feel very comfortable quickly as he is quick to give a handshake and smile...

Seawolves look to regroup, set sights on BSU Beavers

The odd week off in the WCHA came at a bit of a strange time for the UAA Seawolves, but it may be just...

UAA hits road against Duluth

The Seawolf hockey team is ready to open the book on the 2010-11 WCHA campaign as they go to battle with the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs. UAA...

UAA gives strong showing in 2010 Kendall Classic

Though the North Dakota Fighting Sioux may have skated off with the 2010 Kendall Classic title, the UAA Seawolves were by far and away...

UAA will be tested early in 2010 Classic

A young UAA hockey team will get plenty of game experience when they host the 2010 Kendall Hockey Classic Oct. 8-9 at the Sullivan...

Hockey homecoming is a nontraditional start to fall

Homecoming was a big deal in high school. Between dress-up days and football games, the week that preceded the ultimate dance party was the...

After first round playoff exit, Aces look to rebound.

It’s a tough crowd to win over and impress up here in Anchorage. First year head coach Brent Thompson came up to the Alaska Aces...

UAA forward Bruijsten going home to play for his country in one of hockey’s...

Even though the UAA Hockey season is finished, you can still find some of the players on the Wells Fargo Sports Complex ice playing...

‘Nooks take back cup from ‘Wolves

The UAF Nanooks swept the UAA Seawolves, regaining the Alaska Airlines Governor’s Cup. The bid for a fourth-straight series win over the ‘Nooks came up...

UAA has eyes on 4-peat over arch rivals

Separated by 359 miles and bad blood, the Seawolves and Nanooks are set to renew their rivalry as they battle for the 2010 Governor’s...

UAA hit road in search of critical points

It’s getting closer and closer to crunch time in the WCHA. That can only mean that every point earned in the league standings will...

Crucial points at stake for UAA hockey

The Seawolves will be looking for some critical WCHA points when they entertain the Minnesota Golden Gophers this weekend at the Sullivan Arena. UAA and...

Seawolves begin home stand against Colorado College at the Sully

The UAA hockey team will host Colorado College in the teams’ second series of the season. They last time the two teams met, the Seawolves...