• October 28, 2020

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Rhinos start season at home on Friday night

After winning two consecutive Thorne Cup Championships, the El Paso Rhinos are back on the ice for their second annual Black and Orange inter-squad game on Friday. “The Black and Orange game is important to see how our guys play in an actual game format,” Head Coach Cory Herman explains, “It is also great for […]Read More

El Paso Rhinos win fourth Thorne Cup title; Party set

The El Paso Rhinos are champions once again and the entire city is invited to their Thorne Cup party. The Rhinos defeated the Ogden Mustangs 2-0 in the championship game of the Western States Hockey League Thorne Cup Finals to defend their title on Saturday, April 13, at the Weber County Ice Sheet in Ogden, […]Read More

Defending Thorne Cup Champion Rhinos begin quest for 4th Cup

After winning the Mid-Western Division in the Western States Hockey League playoffs last month, the El Paso Rhinos will once again defend their title as they head to the Weber County Ice Sheet in Ogden, Utah, for the 2019 Thorne Cup Finals. The Rhinos earned their place in the finals after sweeping their longtime rival […]Read More

Gallery+Story: El Paso Rhinos set to take on OKC Blazers

The El Paso Rhinos continue their journey to defend their Thorne Cup title as they head into the Mid-Western Division final of the Western States Hockey League playoffs on home ice starting Friday night. This weekend, the three-time champion Rhinos, in front of a possible record 22nd consecutive sellout crowd, will battle longtime rival Oklahoma […]Read More

El Paso Rhinos Begin Chase for the Thorne Cup Friday

It’s playoff time in the Western States Hockey League and, once again, the El Paso Rhinos are in contention to take the Thorne Cup once again. Starting this Friday, the top-seeded Rhinos hope to start that journey in front of a record 20th consecutive sellout crowd as they face the Dallas Snipers in a best-of-3 […]Read More

El Paso Rhinos Close out Regular Season with St. Baldrick’s

The El Paso Rhinos face the Wichita Junior Thunder in a three-game series ahead of their return to the Western States Hockey League playoffs. The Rhinos lead the Mid-Western Division with a  37-8-3 record, while the Thunder (13-32-2) are in last place in the same division. El Paso has already secured home ice for the first […]Read More