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El Paso Rhinos Return Home to Duel Dallas Snipers

The El Paso Rhinos will face off against the Dallas Snipers this weekend in a Western States Hockey League three-game series at the El Paso County Coliseum Events Center (4100 East Paisano)

The Rhinos, 14-7, are in second place in the Mid-Western Division after losing two games in a three-game series to the Oklahoma City Blazers, the division leader.

The Snipers, who are 8-6-1 and in fourth place in the division, are coming off a sweep of the Wichita Thunder.

In honor of Military Appreciation Weekend, El Paso players will wear special military-themed jerseys that will be auctioned off after Saturday’s game.

The games are set for 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, December 7-8, and 4:30 p.m. Sunday, December 9.

Tickets are $5 for general admission, $7 for Black Section, $10 for Grey Section, $15 for Orange Section, $25 for Glass Section, $30 for Balcony and free for military and their dependents with ID.

Tickets are available at the El Paso County Coliseum Box Office, all Ticketmaster outlets, by phone at 800-745-3000, online and at the Coliseum Events Center Ticket Booth, which opens one hour before game time.

Holidays On Ice Returns to County Coliseum

For the ninth year, El Paso’s largest public ice-skating event is underway once again.

Residents again have the opportunity to pull on skates and take a spin in the city’s only professional ice-skating rink during the annual Holidays On Ice at the El Paso County Coliseum Events Center, 4100 East Paisano.

The indoor regulation-size rink is home to the UTEP hockey team and the El Paso Rhinos professional hockey team. During the holiday season, doors open for the special event every year for all skaters, beginners or experienced.

Holidays On Ice will run through January and will feature fun themed nights, including Skate with Santa sessions, special guests, giveaways and more, with more than 2,000 pairs of skates available.

The concession stand also will be open.

The price is only $10 with free skate rental, with discount available for military. Admission is free for non-skating guests.

Complete schedule and additional details are online.

El Paso Rhinos Return Home to Face Utah Outliers at Coliseum Events Center

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 Center.

El Paso is 6-3, and looking to snap their losing streak, having dropped a three-game series this past weekend to the competitive Long Beach Bombers, who lead the Western Division.

The 10-5 Outliers, who are in second place in the Mountain Division, are coming off a strong weekend, winning three games and sweeping the Cheyenne Stampede.

The games are set for 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, November 9-10, and 4:30 p.m. Sunday, November 11.

Tickets are $5 for general admission, $7 for Black Section, $10 for Grey Section, $15 for Orange Section, $25 for Glass Section, $30 for Balcony and free for military with ID.

Tickets are available at the El Paso County Coliseum Box Office, all Ticketmaster outlets, by phone at 800-745-3000, online. and at the Coliseum Events Center Ticket Booth, which opens one hour before game time.

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

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 Snipers in Dallas earlier this month. Wichita, meanwhile, is still seeking its first win of the season after losing its opening series against the Steamboat Wranglers.

El Paso players will be wearing special baseball jerseys that will be auctioned off following Saturday’s game.

Tickets are $5 for general admission, $7 for Black Section, $10 for Grey Section, $15 for Orange Section, $25 for Glass Section, $30 for Balcony and free for military with ID.

Tickets are available at the El Paso County Coliseum Box Office, all Ticketmaster outlets, by phone at 800-745-3000, online and at the Coliseum Events Center Ticket Booth, which opens one hour before game time.

The games are set for 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, October 26-27, and 4:30 p.m. Sunday, October 28.

El Paso Rhinos Roll Out First Ever ‘Black and Orange Game’ in September

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 Friday, adding that admission to the inter-squad match will be free.

On Saturday, September 29 at 7 pm, the Rhinos will play an inter-squad game where half the team, clad in black home jerseys, will face off against the other half who will be suited up in white away jerseys.

Not only will fans see the Rhinos take the ice for the first time, Season Ticket Holders can pick up their season tickets before the game and all fans can skate with the Rhinos following the match up. Fans can also take advantage of all the usual promotions like Jerseys Off Our Backs, Hot Diggity Dog, Miller Lite Scorer of the Game and more.

The puck will drop at 7 pm and tickets can be picked up on game day when the box office opens at 5:30 pm.

For questions or more information, call 915-479-PUCK (7825) or visit elpasorhinos.com.

El Paso Rhinos Release 2018-19 Schedule

While the calendar – and temperatures – may still say summer, the El Paso Rhinos are already thinking cool, frosty thoughts with the release of their 2018-19 season schedule.

All single regular-season and playoff  tickets can be purchased online or at any Ticketmaster location. The Events Center Box Office, located at 4100 East Paisano.

Military receive free admission to every game by presenting a valid ID at the ticket counter. More information can be found here.

For a seating chart, click here.  For specific questions regarding single-game ticketing, call the Coliseum Box Office at 915-533-9899.

For group ticket prices or birthday party packages, questions or more information please visit the Group Tickets page or call 915-479-PUCK(7825) or email info@elpasorhinos.com.

Video+Gallery – Rhinos Reign! El Paso Tops Ogden 3-2 to Win Thorne Cup

The path to the 2018 Thorne Cup was a short one, but a tough one for the home-standing El Paso Rhinos.

After steamrolling through the regular season, the Rhinos hit a couple of bumps along the way – thanks to the Long Beach Bombers and the OKC Blazers, but came through in the do-or-die games to make the semis, and then the finals.

Sunday afternoon’s game was a back and forth affair, with the Rhinos finally firing the goal that put them on top with only 1:30 showing on the clock.

Our very own Steven Cottingham was there and brings you all the championship action in this ‘Story in Many Pics.”

Story in Many Pics: Rhinos Blank Idaho 4-0, Move to Thorne Cup Championship

In another do-or-die game, the Rhinos took on Idaho Saturday night in their Thorne Cup Semi-Final.

The Icecats came out fighting, but the Rhinos responded and shut out the Idahoans 4-0. With the win, the Rhinos will now face the Ogden Mustangs Sunday at 4:30.

Our very own Steven Cottingham was there and brings you his view of the game in this ‘Story in Many Pics.’

Video+Gallery: Rhinos Rally to Beat Utah 4-3; Earn Semi-Final Spot Saturday

In a do-or-die Friday night game on their home ice, the Rhinos rallied to beat the Utah Outliers 4-3, to move on in the Thorne Cup Championship.

The Rhinos now take on Idaho Saturday night at 7pm.

Our very own Steven Cottingham was there and brings you his view of the game in this ‘Story in Many Pics,’ while Duke Keith brings you the highlights and post-game interviews.

Story in Many Pics: Thorne Cup – Long Beach Bests Rhinos 4-1

The Thorne Cup-hosting El Paso Rhinos played to a full house Wednesday night, as they took on the Long Beach Bombers in the cup nightcap.

The Bombers dropped one in early, but the Rhinos came right back and tied it up; however they weren’t able to keep pace with the Californian’s goals, dropping the first game 4 to 1

Our very own Andres Acosta was there and brings you his views of the game in this ‘Story in Many Pics’  (Video courtesy of Duke Keith & Black Dog Hockey)

 

Red-Hot Rhinos Roll Into Thorne Cup Hockey Championships Wednesday

After rampaging through the regular season and playoffs, the Rhinos now turn their attention to hosting and dominating the Thorne Cup this week.

In their first round-robin game, the Rhinos will take on the Long Beach Bombers at 7 pm on Wednesday, April 11. On April 12 at 7 pm, they’ll face off against familiar foe, the Oklahoma City Blazers, before ending round-robin with a match up against the Utah Outliers on Friday at 7 pm.

After round-robin, the four teams with the highest point totals will advance to the semi-finals on April 14. These games will be played at 2 pm and 7 pm.

The two winners will advance to the finals on April 15 at 4:30 pm. For more information on the tournament structure, click here.

The Rhinos will start the Thorne Cup with the organization’s 10th Annual Teddy Bear Toss in memory of Joni Arnett. Remember to toss your teddies onto the ice after the Rhinos’ first goal of the game!

Also starting on Wednesday, the Rhinos will auction off their orange game-worn jerseys. The bidding will end at the 10 minute mark of the third period on Saturday.

For questions or more information regarding the Thorne Cup game schedule or the Rhinos, go online or call 915-479-PUCK (7825).

El Paso Rhinos Prep For OKC in WSHL Midwest Division Finals

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 Kayden Pickles both earned shutouts this past weekend, while the Rhino offense posted 21 answered goals in two games.

Currently ranked second in the Division after the Rhinos, the Blazers clenched their Division Finals berth by beating the Springfield Express in game three last weekend.

OKC comes into the series as one of only two teams to earn a win over the Rhinos this season. In January, the Rhinos dropped their first game of the series, 5-4, in overtime. El Paso, however, earned the series win by winning the final two games of the series.

Now the Blazers look to guarantee their spot in the Thorne Cup tournament with a series win in Rhino Country. Should the Rhinos win the series, they will earn their ninth Division Title.

After this series, the team will prepare for the Thorne Cup. El Paso’s Round-Robin games are set for Wednesday, April 11, Thursday, April 12, and Friday, April 13, at 7 pm. The Semi-Finals will be held on April 14 and the championship game will be played on April 15 at 4:30 pm.

Tickets for Division Finals and the Thorne Cup can be purchased through Ticketmaster. The puck will drop at 7 pm on Friday and Saturday and at 4:30 pm on Sunday at the El Paso County Coliseum Events Center (4100 East Paisano).

Tickets start at $5 and can be purchased online or by calling the El Paso County Coliseum Box Office at 915-533- 9899.

Red-Hot Rhinos Ready for Playoffs vs Dallas; Thorne Cup Championship Series

After rampaging through the regular season, the El Paso Rhinos are rested and ready for the first round of the WSHL Playoffs this weekend against the Dallas Snipers.

The home playoff games against Dallas are set for March 23-25, with the second round scheduled for March 30-April 1. All playoff series are best two of three series, so Sunday games will only be played if necessary.

The Rhinos finished the regular season with a record of 49-1-1, the Western States Hockey League’s best regular-season record to date. For the Midwest Division Semi-Finals, the Rhinos will take on the Dallas Snipers, who are currently ranked fourth in the division. El Paso played Dallas three times during the regular season, sweeping them each time.

Every game has been won decisively and the team has scored over 80 goals on their fellow Texas team. Rhino netminders have also combined for five shutouts in nine games against the Snipers.

If the Rhinos win the match-up, they will advance to the Midwest Division Finals where they will take on the winner of the Springfield-Oklahoma City series.

Friday and Saturday games will start at 7 pm and Sunday games, if necessary, will start at 4:30 pm. Single game playoff tickets are on sale via Ticketmaster.

On Saturday, the Rhinos will auction off their game-worn black jerseys after the game. Additionally, through the Jerseys Off Our Backs promotion, every fan will have the chance to win a game-worn jersey which will be given to the winner during the third period.

Western Tech and Metro PCS will also present intermission contests and offer great prizes during the Friday and Saturday games.

The Rhinos will host also host the 2018 Thorne Cup Championship between April 11 and April 15, with five teams from around the country traveling to the Sun City for the Western States Hockey League’s annual tournament.

Round robin play will begin on April 11 and continue through April 13. The semi-finals will be played on Saturday, April 14, and the tournament will conclude with the championship game on Sunday, April 15.

As the host team, the Rhinos are guaranteed three games that will be played on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 7 pm. Tickets are on sale now here.

Thorne Cup tickets will be available for pick up on April 8 at the Rhino Fan Party from 12 to 2 pm at the rink.

Story in Many Pics: Rhinos Trounce Thunder 21-0

As the regular season starts to wind down, the red-hot El Paso Rhinos are on a roll and headed to the playoffs.  And the tickets for the WSHL Playoffs, which the Rhinos are hosting, are now on sale.

Friday night, in the first game of their three game series against the Wichita Jr. Thunder, the Rhinos dominated, winning 21-0.

Our very own Andres Acosta was there and brings you his view of the game via this ‘Story in Many Pics’

Rhinos vs Thunder, March 2nd, 2018
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