• November 28, 2021

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Rhinos Avoid Sweep in OKC, Return Home to Play Dallas

This past weekend, the Rhinos traveled to Oklahoma City to play their rivals, the Blazers. Going into the series, the Rhinos sat atop the Midwest Division while the Blazers were in second place. On Friday, Sam Robinson, with the help of Oscar Andersson and Dominik Sedlacek, put the Rhinos on the board less than four […]Read More

El Paso Rhinos Return Home to Face Utah Outliers at

The El Paso Rhinos are looking to get back on the winning track this weekend, as they take on the Utah Outliers in a Western States Hockey League three-game series. The Rhinos will wear special “Día de los Muertos”-themed jerseys that will be auctioned off after Saturday’s game at at the El Paso County Coliseum Events […]Read More

Rhinos Return for First Home Series of 2018-19 Season This

The reigning Thorne Cup champions and currently undefeated El Paso Rhinos will open their home ice season this weekend. The Rhinos will be hosting the Wichita Thunder in a Western States Hockey League three-game series at the El Paso County Coliseum Events Center (4100 East Paisano.) Starting the season 3-0, the Rhinos swept the Dallas […]Read More

El Paso Rhinos Roll Out First Ever ‘Black and Orange

While we may be in the throes of August and all the summer heat, your El Paso Rhinos are looking to get on the ice early this year. The defending Thorne Cup champs will take the ice in the Sun City in September for the first-ever Black and Orange Game.  Team officials announced the game […]Read More

Video+Story in Many Pics: OKC Blazers Best Rhinos 4-3

Round two of the Thorne Cup Finals for the El Paso Rhinos featured a familiar foe: the Oklahoma City Blazers Thursday night. While the Rhinos may have had their way with the Blazers – and most of the WSHL teams – all season, the OKC team was out for blood, taking the game 4-3.  The […]Read More

El Paso Rhinos Prep For OKC in WSHL Midwest Division

With dominating wins over the Dallas Snipers last weekend, the El Paso Rhinos will face off against the Oklahoma City Blazers in the Midwest Division Finals this Friday, Saturday and Sunday – if needed. The Rhinos are riding a 19-game win streak after sweeping the Dallas Snipers in the Midwest Division Semi-Finals. Netminders Filip Krasanovsky and […]Read More

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