Aggies Playoff Run Short-lived...

By Aggie Hockey Team News

After beating the University of Texas Longhorns in the last home game, the Aggies were matched up against them in the first round of the TCHC playoffs. In a hard fought game that went back and forth in scoring, the Longhorns hooked their way back to tie the game and force overtime. The Aggies would eventually give up the game winner and end the playoff run. The team and coaches would like to thank everyone for a great year.


Aggies Finish Regular Season Over Bobcats...

By Aggie Hockey Team News

The Aggies traveled to San Antonio following the Friday night home victory over the University of Texas Longhorns, to face-off aginst the Texas State Bobcats in the last two regular season games. The Aggies were no match for the Bobcats, winning Saturday by a score of 5-0 and Sunday by a score of 13-2. The Aggies now prepare for the first round of the Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference playoffs in El Paso on Thursday night at 7:00 PM against the Longhorns. Go Aggies!


Aggies Win Governor's Cup...

By Aggie Hockey Team News

The Aggies hosted the University of Texas Longhorns Friday night in the annual Governot's Cup game. It was a thrilling, hard-hitting, and emotional game for both teams before a packed Spirit Ice Arena crowd. The game went back and forth with the Aggies prevailing by a score of 4-2. The Aggies play the next couple of games against the Texas State Bobcats, in San Antonio on February 4 & 5.


NCAA Hockey in Texas?

By Rick Gosselin Sportsradio 1310

ALLEN, TX -- Hockey has been warming up to the South.

The Stars moved to Dallas in 1993 and became the first Sun Belt team to win a Stanley Cup in 1999. The Tampa Bay Lightning became the second in 2004. The Allen Americans have won four consecutive minor league championships, two in the Central Hockey League and two in the ECHL.

There are 7,300 kids playing hockey in Dallas this winter, either house or travel. In 2013, a Dallas kid, Seth Jones, became the fourth overall selection of the NHL draft. Two other Dallas products, Chris Brown and Stefan Noesen, have skated in the NHL since then.

Alabama-Huntsville became a member of an NCAA Division I hockey conference in 1998 and Arizona State is in its inaugural season of NCAA hockey this winter. There isn't a college hockey team in Florida, but Tampa has hosted the NCAA Frozen Four twice in the last five years.

So I asked Stars president Jim Lites the other day if there was any chance our city would put in a bid for a future Frozen Four at American Airlines Center. I've been to several of them. It's a great event. It's what the Final Four was before its discovery by corporate America in the 1980s. But Lites was ice cold to the suggestion.

"It's a prestige event," Lites said, "but it's a calendar issue for us. We have two professional teams [Mavericks and Stars] here. This building in jammed in March."

So, no.

Then I called Sean Boyle, who coaches the club hockey team at Texas A&M, and asked him if he could envision a school in this state competing at the NCAA Division I level in hockey in the next five to 10 years.

"Yes, I could," Boyle said, "but there would have to be someone like Terry Pegula up at Penn State drop a ton of money on a new arena."

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Aggies Take 2nd in MLK Tournament...

By Aggie Hockey Team News

The extended holiday weekend brought some great hockey to the Brazos Valley, as six teams competed during the MLK Tournament at Spirit Ice Arena in College Station. The Aggies faced the University of Washington Huskies in their first game on Friday night. The Aggies jumped out to a 4-0 lead, but the Huskies clawed their way back into the game with the help of some Aggie penalties and a strong team effort in the third period completing the comeback win of 6-5 over the Aggies.

Saturday night the Aggies faced-off against the Loyola Marymount Lions and rebounded with a decisive victory by a score of 8-2 over the Lions.

Sunday's game would determine the second place team in the tournament with both the Aggies and Matadors having identical points in the tournament standings. Folks, I have been watching the Aggies play now for some 15 years and I believe this game was the best of all I have seen....It had everything, great goaltending, team strategy, penalty shot, fights, physical play, and good puck movement...After the hard-fought game, the Aggies proved to be the better team, beating the Cal-State University at Northridge Matadors by a score of 2-1.

The Aggies play the next couple of games against the University of Texas Longhorns, in Allen on January 21 @ 4:00 PM and College Station on February 3 @ 7:30 PM.



By Aggie Hockey Team News

Allen, Texas – The Allen Americans, ECHL affiliate of the San Jose Sharks (NHL) announced today the club will host its first ever college hockey game on January 21st at Allen Event Center when Texas A&M faces the University of Texas at 4:05 PM prior to the Americans game against Wichita.

“It’s fun to keep the UT vs A&M rivalry alive through hockey and be able to give back to the youth hockey community, said Texas A&M Head Coach Sean Boyle. “It’s also a great chance for us to bring some visibility to our new conference, the TCHC and to ACHA hockey in general.

The Northern Division features Texas Tech, TCU, North Texas and Dallas Baptist, while the Southern Division includes UTEP, UT, A&M and Texas State. Teams play a 20 game regular season. Sean Boyle, Head Coach for Texas A&M is also the League’s inaugural commissioner.

Tickets for this exciting hockey game are on sale NOW. Click here to purchase tickets for doubleheader hockey on January 21st as the Americans face the Wichita Thunder in the second game at 7:05 PM. It’s also Star Wars Night at Allen Event Center so you won’t want to miss double the hockey plus your favorite Star Wars characters roaming the concourse. For more information call 972-912-1000.


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2017 TCHC Recruiting Camp Announced...

By Aggie Hockey Team News

The Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference is proud to announce its annual college recruitment camp and college fair August 4-6, to be held at the Farmers Branch Dr Pepper StarCenter in Farmers Branch, TX.

The camp is open to any players that will be in grades 9-12 during the 2017-2018 school year and any player having graduated high school in 2016.

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Aggies Clip The Eagles...

By Aggie Hockey Team News

The Aggies end a three game weekend with victories in every game! Thursday night in Austin, the Aggies beat the Longhorns by a score of 7-0. The team came home after that game to take on the Mean Green Eagles of North Texas Friday and Saturday. The Aggies kept the momentum going from the previous night and rolled over the Eagles by a score of 9-2 on Friday night. On Saturday, the momentum was still high, as well as some tempers on the ice. The Aggies were in complete control of the game from the start and beat the Eagles by a score of 11-1. The team hits the road to start the new year by traveling to West Texas, El Paso, to take on the Miners. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year...Let's keep the momentum going for next year. BTHO finals! Whoop!


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Hockey Benefit...

By Aggie Hockey Team News

January 21, 2017 there will be some great ice hockey games to watch for one small price!

See rivals Texas A&M the University of Texas Longhorns at 4:05 PM, then after that game at 7:05 PM, the Wichita Thunder take on the Allen Americans.

A portion of each ticket sold will be donated back to support your school hockey program.

Free parking at the Allen Event Center.

Memories that will last a lifetime!



Hockey Legend Gordie Howe Dies at 88...

By Aggie Hockey Team News

Gordie Howe, the rough-and-tumble Canadian farm boy whose boundless blend of talent and toughness made him the NHL's quintessential star during a career that lasted into his 50s, has died. The man forever known as "Mr. Hockey" was 88.

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New Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference Launches This Fall...

By Aggie Hockey Team News

This fall college hockey in Texas will take a big step forward with the formation of the new Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference (TCHC), which will feature two divisions (North and South) and a season ending championship tournament that will come with an automatic berth into the ACHA Division II West Regional.

The Northern Division will feature Texas Tech, TCU, North Texas and Dallas Baptist, while the Southern Division will include UTEP, UT, A&M and Texas State.

Teams will play a 20 game regular season, with Sean Boyle, Head Coach for Texas A&M will serve as the League's inaugural commissioner.

The TCHC has announced plans to conduct an annual “College Hockey Showcase” to allow high school aged players to get an opportunity to get acquainted with the teams in the conference and to learn more about the ACHA.

Stay tuned for more details as the dates for the Showcase are finalized.

First Annual College Recruitment Camp