Mike Gabinet named new hockey head coach

Joe Franco SPORTS EDITOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha ended its 23-day search for a new hockey head coach when the university announced Mike Gabinet...

Ambroz’s versatility keys Maverick success

As  October came, the UNO hockey team began preparing for its first season of WCHA hockey. Becoming the newest member of a storied conference with a record of 36 national championships and over 90 current NHL players left most to assume that for the Mavs, the 2010-11 season would be an uphill battle.

The history of UNO hockey

Charlotte Reilly CONTRIBUTOR The first University of Nebraska at Omaha hockey fans went to games for two reasons: hot dogs and beer. More than 20 years before...

Massa returns to the ice

UNO hockey player Ryan Massa, who previously decided to take a year off due to personal reasons, has returned to the team. He has returned to practice, and it appears he will be moving forward with the team from this point. 


Rivalry Time: UNO vs. North Dakota preview

Justin Kies CONTRIBUTOR After dropping the last two games in a row to St. Cloud State, the 13th ranked UNO Hockey team awaits its highly anticipated...

Mavs shoot blanks against Chargers

For college hockey teams the magic number for success is 20 wins.  Achieving that goal qualifies a team for the NCAA tournament and puts you in good standing within your conference, while often earning you a spot in the top-15 rankings.

Big day turns into delays, disappointment

The hockey gods must have been displeased with UNO, the Omaha Sports Commission or the city in general.  On perhaps the biggest day in conference history, neither the elements, the ice nor North Dakota cooperated with the plan.
After pushing the game back twice, the puck was finally dropped at the Battles on Ice at 6:35, two and a half hours after the scheduled start time.  North Dakota proceeded to ruin the party by scoring three goals by the 10:32 mark of the first period and went on to win the game 5-2.