Don't let that fool you though. The Clones and Bobcats just don't like each other. Why should they? Every single year they battle for the Central States Collegiate Hockey League Conference Title, every year they battle each other in the national rankings and every year they compete for a national title. This is what college hockey is all about.
Last season, the previously
undefeated Cyclones marched into
While they are ready for the
competition that will take place on the ice, the team is hoping to get some
serious home ice advantage. With this being arguably one of the biggest home
series of the year, Cyclone Hockey is challenging their fans to come to the rink
wearing red. We want to make Ames/ISU Ice Arena a
The best priced ticket in town
just got cheaper. There is no excuse to miss out on one of the best rivalries in
Cyclone Nation, it's time to get out there and support one of the top college hockey teams in the nation. Those of you that remember watching games in the old rink will want to relive some of those Cyclone Hockey glory days in what promises to be a thrilling game between two national powerhouses.
There is no doubt about it. This team is for real. Cyclone Hockey is bringing that championship mentality to the ice against another proven winner. I know a lot of you have been talking about checking out a game; well this Saturday night's contest is the one you absolutely must see. So come out to the game, support your Cyclones and show your Cyclone Hockey pride by wearing red to the game on Saturday night. As Coach Murdoch always says, "Get there early, because they'll be hangin' from the rafters for this one."
CYCLONE HOCKEY NEWS AND NOTES:
-The Cyclones spent Thanksgiving
Break on the road, splitting their series with Eastern Michigan and sweeping
-Last Week's Cyclone Hockey Player
of the Week was Sophomore Bill Adolph of
-Jayson Peterson has made his way
to #5 on the national goal scorers leader board. To go along with his 19 goals,
the junior from
Remember to come on out to Ames/ISU Ice Arena on Saturday night wearing red and receive $1 off of admission at the door. And if you can't make it to the game you can listen to all of the Cyclone Hockey action on the web at www.cyclonehockey.com.
Next Week: Should ISU make the jump to NCAA Division 1? I'll have the answer in next week's Cyclone Hockey report right here at CycloneNation.com.