Denver Pioneers secure a Frozen Four berth with a 6-3 win over Penn State.
The Denver Pioneers are the top team in the NCHC conference. Tonight, they faced the last-placed team in the Colorado College Tigers. Obviously, these teams aren’t strangers to one another, and historically, Denver has had the upper hand. Since the teams’ first face off in 1950, the Pioneers have a 173-116-17 record against Colorado College. Denver came into tonight…...
With their tenth straight win, the Denver Pioneers win the 2017 Penrose Cup as the regular season NCHC champion.
A seven-goal game gave the Denver Pioneers a sweep over the St. Cloud Huskies, a fitting display as the team celebrated their graduating seniors in their last regular season home game.
The Miami RedHawks started Saturday's game strong, opening the scoring and matching the Denver Pioneers play for play. However, the ice tilted strongly in Denver's favor starting in the second period, and the RedHawks were never able to turn the tide again.
For the third time this season, the Denver Pioneers top Colorado College, this time to the tune of 2-1.
Will Butcher appreciates the accolades falling on him, but right now the Hobey Baker candidate's attention is all on the Pioneers road to a national title.
Denver Pioneers split the weekend with the St. Cloud Huskies, taking Saturday night's game in regulation 3-1.
While the official score will be recorded as a tie, the Denver Pioneers will go into tomorrow night's rematch with the St. Cloud Huskies looking for revenge on tonight's 3-2 loss.
Arizona State Sun Devils suffer another big loss to Denver University Pioneers Saturday night, falling 6-1.
The Colorado Avalanche continue their losing ways as they drop another one, this time to the Minnesota Wild to a tune of 2-0.
The Colorado Avalanche kept up with the Nashville Predators goal for goal until the third period, eventually losing the game 4-3.
Miami's Ryan Larkin puts in career performance, stopping a total of 55 shots as Denver Pioneers and Redhawks tied at two goals apiece.
The Colorado Avalanche came out far too slowly in the first, falling into a 3-0 hole against the Stars, a hole that two periods of dominant play could not overcome.
The Colorado Avalanche are off to a rocky start, but Luke Steer explains why you should expect the tide to turn.
Denver University Pioneers extended their win streak with a 4-2 win over the Western Michigan Broncos.
On the Friday edition of the BSN Broncos Podcast, Brandon Krisztal and Zac Stevens break down everything you need to know heading into Sunday's matchup between the Denver Broncos and the San Diego Chargers.
The DU Pioneers hockey team is back at it this weekend against Western Michigan, hoping to continue the four-game win streak and pad its 4-2-0 record.