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Texas Hockey Champ UTEP heads to Colorado for Regionals

After claiming their first-ever Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference title, the UTEP Miners hope to continue their impressive hot streak as they compete in the American Collegiate Hockey Association Regionals Friday.

The TCHC champs enter the West Regional Tournament with a stellar 30-3 record as the No. 7 seed and will face the No. 6 Denver Pioneers at 9 a.m. Friday, Feb. 24, at Greeley Ice Haus in Colorado.

The UTEP Miners Hockey Club is a registered student organization that was formed in 2015. This will be the first postseason appearance for the Miners.

The game will be streamed live online at minershockey.com/live

Here is the full schedule for the West Regional Tournament:

Thursday, Feb. 23

• No. 12 UCLA vs. No. 9 San Diego State

• No. 11 Metro State vs. No. 10 Cal State Northridge

Friday, Feb 24

• No. 6 Denver vs. No. 7 UTEP

• Second lowest remaining seed vs. No. 4 Utah State

• Lowest remaining seed vs. No. 3 UNLV

• No. 5 Northern Colorado vs. No. 8 Weber State

Saturday, Feb 25

• Second lowest remaining seed vs. second highest remaining seed

• Lowest remaining seed vs. highest remaining seed

The ACHA Nationals are scheduled for March 9-19 in Columbus, Ohio.

Ice Miners set to play Denver in ACHA Western Regional Tourney

Following their big win to become the first ever TCHC Conference Champions the Miners earned a No. 7 seed in the ACHA Western Regional Tournament.

UTEP is set to face off against the seed No. 6 University of Denver Pioneers, Friday February 24 th at Greeley Ice Haus. Puck drops at 9am and will be streamed live on Black Dog Enterprises.

The Miners reached the tournament after their 6-0 win over the Dallas Baptist Patriots last weekend. With the win, the Miners became the first-ever TCHC Conference Champions.

UTEP enters the ACHA Regional Tournament with a 30-3 overall record.

This will be the first appearance for the Miners in the tournament in the clubs 2-year program history.

Story in Many Pics: Ice Miners blank Dallas Baptist 6-0, Take TCHC Crown

After a season that saw the Miners dominate their division rivals, UTEP rolled into the TCHC Championship game and did the same – blanking Dallas Baptist 6-0 Saturday afternoon.

Coming in to the playoffs as the number one overall seed, the Miners set their sights on being the team left standing at the top. After an incredible 7-1 win over Texas Tech the Miners met Dallas Baptist in the TCHC Championship game.

The 1st period went scoreless.

Back for the 2nd period, the Miners were ready to get the show going as Nick Howell scored the first goal of the game assisted by Jake Colclasure and Jorge Duenas. Shortly after Nick Howell finds the back of the net to put the Miners up by 2 goals. A minute later, Jeramy Rezaeepour added to the total with the help of Dominik Taras and Matt Sanca. Miners led 3-0 at the end of the 2nd.

Heading to the 3rd, only 20 minutes stood between the Miners and the Championship. Brett Bloor got in on the fun and increased the Miners lead to 4. With 5 minutes remaining, Lukas Znosko scored assisted by Dominik Taras and Angel Sanca. Adding an exclamation on the game Nick Howell gets the hat trick with his goal late in the 3rd period.

The Miners would go uncontested and Alek Lazarski gets the shut-out. With a 6-0 win over the Patriots the Miners became the first ever TCHC Conference Champions. After a hard fought season, the Miners would be crowned both the Regular Season and TCHC Conference Champions.

With a win in the Championship game the Miners await the opportunity to continue the season in the ACHA Regionals Tournament later this month.

Congratulations goes out to Lukas Znosko, Alek Lazarski, and Jeramy Rezaeepour for making the TCHC All Conference Team.

Our very own Andres Acosta was there and brings you his view of the celebration via today’s story in many pics.

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Ice Miners battle Dallas Baptist for TCHC Championship Saturday

After waiting a day to take the ice, the Miners were eager to get their turn in the TCHC Playoffs as they faced off against the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Dominik Taras opened the scoring for the Miners with a power play goal 5 mins into the 1stperiod.

Leading scorer Jeramy Rezaeepour scores 9 seconds into the 2nd period opening the Miner goal streak. Miners scored a total of 5 goals in the 2nd period increasing their lead to 6-0 at the buzzer. Rezaeepour scored 4 of the 5 goals. As Matt Sanca also added to the Miner lead. Adding to the excitement, Alek Lazarski was credited the second assist on Matt Sanca’s goal.

Late in the 3rd period, Austin Schriver snuck one passed Lazarski to put the Red Raiders up on the board. With the championship game in sight Josh Baeza added one more to Miner victory making the final score 7-1.

As the number 1 overall seed of the TCHC Playoffs the Miners punched their ticket to the championship game and will take on the winner of the earlier semi-final game the Dallas Baptist Patriots.

The puck drops Saturday, February 10th at 12pm. Tickets start at $5. For more information visit minershockey.com/tchcplayoffs

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Red-Hot Ice Miners Set for Hockey Playoffs; 1st Round starts Thursday

The Miners are set to host the first ever TCHC Playoffs February 9-11 at the El Paso County Events Center. Texas A&M, University of Texas, Dallas Baptist University, Texas Tech, and University of North Texas will also play in the tournament.

As part of the eight original founding members of the the Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference the Miners have showed dominance and finished out conference play in first place with an 18-2 record, making them the TCHC regular season champions.

Earning a first-round bye the Miners will take on the winner of the Texas Tech/UNT game Friday, February 10th at 3pm. A win in the semi-

finals will earn them a spot in Saturday’s championship game.

Leading the Miners Sophomore Jeramy Rezaeepour, capped off a stellar season with 3 goals and 2 assists against the University of New Mexico last weekend bringing his total to 75 points (38 G, 37 A) on the season. Alek Lazarski has had a solid season in net for the Miners. With a 2.98 goals against average the Sophomore from North Bend, Washington has been a key to a strong Miner defense.

On Thursday, the Texas Tech Red Raiders and the University of North Texas Mean Green will face off at 2pm in game 1 of the TCHC Playoffs. Followed by game 2 at 7pm, Texas A&M will meet with the University of Texas Longhorns for a place in the Semi-Finals on Friday.

Ticket packages start at $20 for all 5 games. For more information on the TCHC Playoffs visit, minershockey.com/tchcplayoffs.

Round One Schedule

Ø North Division qualifier: Texas Tech vs. North Texas, 2 p.m.

Ø South Division qualifier: Texas A&M vs. Texas, 7 p.m.

League-Leading Ice Miners to End Regular Season vs UNM Lobos with Playoffs Looming

As the regular season comes to end, the Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference-leading UTEP Miners will face a Southwest rival to get prepared for the playoffs on the horizon.

The Miners will close the regular season against the University of New Mexico Lobos in an American Collegiate Hockey Association two-game home series at the El Paso County Coliseum Events Center at 4100 E. Paisano.

The games are set for 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 3-4 and fans are asked to wear orange.

UTEP, now 25-3 (16-2 in the South Division in Division II of the ACHA in the TCHC, while New Mexico is 12-9 (10-6 in the Pacific Division in Division I of the ACHA). The Miners have been receiving solid play all season from forwards Lukas Znosko with 35 goals and 63 points, and Jeramy Rezaeepour with 32 goals and 60 points.

The Lobos are looking to the strength of center Nate Taglialegami, who has 14 goals and 28 points.

Tickets are $5 for general admission, Black Section and Grey Section; $10 for Orange Section; $15 for Glass Section; $20 for Balcony; and free for military with ID. They are available at the El Paso County Coliseum Box Office, all Ticketmaster outlets, by phone at 800-745-3000 and online.

The TCHC playoffs and championship game are set for Feb. 9-11 in El Paso. The ACHA regionals are scheduled for Feb. 24-26.

 

UTEP takes on Texas State in Hockey at Coliseum Events Center

After taking down the Texas Tech Red Raiders for two decisive wins last weekend, the UTEP Miners hockey team is ready to claim two more, this time against the Texas State Bobcats.

The league-leading Miners, who are crushing the South Division in the Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference, will take on the Bobcats in a two-game home series at the El Paso County Coliseum Events Center (4100 E. Paisano.)

UTEP, now 21-2, will once again rely on the strength of its talented forward Lukas Znosko, who leads the Miners with a whopping 59 points. Texas State, 9-15 and also in the South Division, will look to forward Scott Brownrigg, who has 29 points, to guide the Bobcats.

The games are set for 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21, and 11 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 22.

Tickets are $5 for general admission, Black Section and Grey Section; $10 for Orange Section; $15 for Glass Section; $20 for Balcony; and free for military with ID. They are available at the El Paso County Coliseum Box Office, all Ticketmaster outlets, by phone at 800-745-3000 and online.

Ice Miners Set to Take on rival Texas Tech at County Coliseum

After Texas A&M put an end to UTEP’s 15-game win streak in a split decision last weekend, the Miners hockey team is seeking to get back on track this weekend.

The league-leading Miners will host the Texas Tech Red Raiders in a Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference two-game home series showdown at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14, and 11 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 15, at the El Paso County Coliseum Events Center (4100 E. Paisano.)

The powerhouse Miners are a stellar 14-2 and lead the South Division, while Texas Tech is 5-9 and competes in the North Division.

This season, UTEP has been paced by standout sophomore center Lukas Znosko with 53 points and sophomore goalie Alek Lazarski with 20 wins. Forward Austin Murray leads the Red Raiders with 12 goals and 14 assists.

Tickets are $5 for general admission, Black Section and Grey Section; $10 for Orange Section; $15 for Glass Section; $20 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 and online.

Undefeated UTEP Hockey faces Texas A&M at County Coliseum Sunday

The Aggies are coming to town and the Miners are ready.

The top-ranked, unbeaten UTEP Miners will host the No. 2 Texas A&MAggies in a battle for the top spot in the South Division of the Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference this weekend.

The two-game, special home series is set for 7:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday, Jan. 8-9, at the El Paso County Coliseum Events Center at 4100 E. Paisano.

The Miners are an incredible 13-0, while Texas A&M is 11-1. UTEP is paced by stellar sophomore center Lukas Znosko, who already has earned two TCHC Players of the Week honors this season. The Stamford, Conn., native leads the Miners with 51 points, including 29 goals and 22 assists.

One of the winningest programs in Texas college hockey history, the Aggies are looking to the play of standout center Huston Svondrk, who currently has 37 points.

The UTEP Miners Hockey Club competes within the TCHC, which is part of the American Collegiate Hockey Association.

Tickets are $5 for general admission, Black Section and Grey Section, $10 for Orange Section, $15 for Glass Section, $20 for Balcony and free for military with ID. They are available at the El Paso County Coliseum Box Office, all Ticketmaster outlets, by phone at 800-745-3000 and online.

Ice Miners Alone In 1st; Finish First Half 19-1

With first place at stake in the Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference, the UTEP Miners returned home with one thing on their mind: Domination.

The UTEP Miners hosted the Dallas Baptist Patriots in a battle for first place in the TCHC.  DBU entered the weekend 11-4 while the Miners were 11-1.

The Miners came out hot Friday night as Matt Sanca, Lukas Znosko and Dalton Monaghan all found the back of the net to put the Miners up 3-0.  During the first, the Miners were able to kill off 5 DBU power plays.

The second period the Miners once again came out strong. But once again they found themselves in the penalty box. The Miners were shorthanded 6 times in the second, however it didn’t slow down the scoring for the Miners. Lukas Znosko scored twice during the second period including a shorthanded goal. Alek Lazarski was also sharp stopping all 10 shots in the second.

As the third period started, the Miners were up 5-0 but were on the penalty kill.  DBU was able to find the back of the net on the powerplay and even strength to pull to 5-2.  However, Jeramy Rezaeepour put the Miners up 6-2 with a shorthanded goal.  DBU wasn’t finished as they scored once again on the powerplay but the Miners would answer as Matt Sanca would score to finish the game 7-3.

Saturday night’s contest proved to be a much closer contest. Nick Howell put the Miner’s up 1-0 in the first minute of play. However, DBU would find the back of the net shortly after to tie up the game. Leading scorer Znosko would score his second shorthanded goal of the weekend to put the Miners up 2-1 after the first period.

After a relatively calm first period, the scoring opened up as well as the penalty box door.  The Miners would find themselves shorthanded for four times but also on the man advantage three times. DBU tied up the game in the first period, but Brett Bloor would put the Miners back up 3-2 after a nice pass from Matt Sanca across the slot back door.

Jeramy Rezaeepour would score shorthanded for the Miners to put the team up 4-2, however DBU would rally back and score three straight goals to take the lead 5-4. However, before the period would end, Rezaeepour would score on the powerplay to even the score 5-5.

In the third period, the Miners found themselves once again killing four straight penalties.  Znosko would score the game winning goal and Lazarski would close the door as the Miners won 6-5.

It was a hard fought weekend between the Patriots and Miners. Both teams will enjoy the break.

The Miners will resume play when Texas A&M comes to town January 8th and 9th. Both games are at 7:30pm.

Happy Holidays from the Miners Hockey Club. See you in 2017.

Sizzling UTEP Hockey faces Dallas Baptist this Weekend; Free Ticket for Unwrapped Toy

The UTEP Miners are scorching the competition and hope to keep the success gliding along as they return home for a Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference two-game home series.

The red-hot Miners will face the Dallas Baptist Patriots at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Dec. 2-3, at the El Paso County Coliseum Events Center at 4100 E. Paisano.

During the weekend, the Miners will be accepting unwrapped toys for Toys for Tots. Fans who donate a toy will receive 1 free ticket to the game.

The Miners are coming off a key weekend victory over the Texas Longhorns on Nov. 18-19, winning the first game 3-0 and the second 6-1. UTEP was guided by leading scorer Luka Znosko and the solid play of Bret Bloor and goalkeeper Aleksander Lazarski.

Tickets are $5 for general admission, Black Section and Grey Section, $10 for Orange Section, $15 for Glass Section, $20 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 and online.

Ice Miners Sweep Longhorns in Austin; Will Host Dallas Baptist next Week

The UTEP Miners Hockey Club headed to Austin Friday to play the second leg of their back to back weekend sets versus the UT Longhorns. After sweeping the Longhorns in El Paso last weekend, the Miners knew that the Longhorns would be looking to defend their home ice.

Both teams came out strong Friday night trading early chances, however it was the Miner’s Brett Bloor who would find the back of the net first as he crossed the top of the circles and ripped a wrist shot top shelf.  The Miners would continue to keep up the pressure as they put up 17 shots in the first period alone.

Lazarski stood tall for the Miners as he turned away all 12 shots in the first.

In the second, both teams continued to battle hard against each other as well as tough ice conditions.  The Miners kept up their pressure and putting 21 shots on net, but they couldn’t find seem to score.  Lazarski made several key stops as he made all 9 saves in the second.

During the third period, the Miners seemed to find their rhythm.  They stepped up their speed and applied more pressure on the Longhorns in the offensive zone.  Half way through the period, Jon Sanca would find the back of the net to put the Miners up 2-0.

The Miners would find themselves shorthanded for the last two minutes, however leading scorer Lukas Znosko would win a race for a loose puck to score a shorthanded empty net goal and make the final score 3-0.  The Miners outshot their opponents 57-26.

Saturday night both teams were back at it.  The Miners were looking to finish off the season sweep and came out strong.  Brett Bloor would once again open up the scoring in the first two minutes of the period.  It would be the only goal scored until Lukas Znosko would score his second shorthanded goal of the weekend with only 6 seconds left in the first period putting the Miners up 2-0.

The Miners would start the second period shorthanded and it was Jeramy Rezaeepour’s turn to score a shorthanded goal. Only 12 seconds into the second frame, Rezaeepour would jump on a loose puck in the Longhorns zone and rip a shot 5 hole to put the Miners up 3-0.

The Miners would continue to keep up the pressure and Josh Baeza would find the back of the net just past the half way point of the second.  Miners outshot the Longhorns 17-5 in the second and were up 4-0.

The final period of the weekend saw the Miners continually getting shots on net.  Parker Levitt would take advantage on a quick 2 on 1 as Baeza feathered over a pass to put the Miners up 5-0.

However, the Longhorns would finally score on the weekend less than a minute later as El Pasoan David Quirarte would find the back of the net.  With less than two minutes left, Znosko would score his second of the game to ice the Longhorns as the Miners would win 6-1.

The Miners will have Thanksgiving weekend off as they prepare to host first place in the TCHC Dallas Baptist December 2nd and 3rd. For ticket information, please visit www.minershockey.com

Ice Miners Improve to 15 -1 after Weekend Shutout of UT

With a sweep of the University of Texas at Austin (20) this weekend, your UTEP (11) Hockey team improved to 15 and 1.

Ranked 11th in the West Region of the ACHA the Miners opened conference play at home against the ranked (20) Texas Longhorns.

Brett Bloor would open the scoring for the Miners with the first goal of the night off the assist by Kevin Duncan. Texas doesn’t answer and Matt Sanca increased the Miner lead to two goals.

Leading scorer Lukas Znosko kept it going assisted by Jeramy Rezaeepour in the second to make it 3-0 Miners, with his 18th goal of the season. With three minutes remaining in the second Nicholas Howell assisted by Kevin Duncan would put the Miners up 4-0 before heading to the locker room.

In the final period, Lukas Znosko scored his second of the night to give the Miners a 5-0 lead. With Matt Sanca in the box, Texas scored on the power play and gave Texas their first goal of the night, 5-1. Znosko would complete the hat trick with a goal assisted by Mack Hollis and Gabe Goodroe and put the Miners up 6-1. However, the Miners weren’t done yet. Rezaeepour assisted by Duncan, his third assist of the night, gave the Miners their 7th goal of the night. Texas would score another goal late in the third but the Miners win game one, 7-2.

Back for game two Saturday night, Brett Bloor slipped one passed the Texas goalie early in the first, 1-0 Miners. Then after a scramble at the net, Jeramy Rezaeepour found an opening and put the Miners up by 2.

The Miners controlled the second period offensively with three goals scored by Lukas Znosko, Jeramy Rezaeepour and Gabe Goodroe.

In the final period of the weekend, the Miner goal streak would continue with a goal from Jorge Duenas to increase the Miner lead to 6-0. Open in front of the net, Matt Sanca passed to Brett Bloor to score the 7th Miner goal of the night. Texas would get the final goal of the night but the Miners would sweep the series with a 7-1 win in game two.

The Miners improve to 15-1 overall in the season and head back on the road to Austin, Texas to face off against the Texas Longhorns November 18th and 19th.

Ice Miners Sweep Texas State, Improve to 11-1; UNM in ABQ up Next

The UTEP Miners Hockey Club left El Paso for a two game road trip against the Texas State Bobcats Saturday, October 29th and Sunday, October 30th.  Coming of a sweep at home against Northern Arizona, the Miners were looking to continue their winning streak.

Saturday night both teams came out strong offensively in the first period.  The Miners would open the scoring as Kevin Duncan ripped a shot top shelf on the power play less than two minutes into the game. However, the Bobcats would respond shortly after on their own power play to tie the game.

As the teams traded chances throughout the first period, the Miners would once again find themselves on the power play.  Brett Bloor would break the tie late in the first period to put the Miners up 2-1. However, the Miners were not done.  With less than a minute left in the first period, Jeramy Rezaeepour would increase the lead to 3-1.

The Miners would increase their lead in the second as Bloor would once again score on the power play to put the miners up 4-1.  The Bobcats would not go away as they would once again respond on their own power play to cut the lead in half to 4-2. Miners leading scorer Lukas Znosko would add to his point total as he would score even strength to put the Miners up 5-2.

Shortly after, Dominic Foggia would score his first as a Miner to put the Miners up by 4 (6-2) just past the half way point of the second period. With less than two minutes left in the second frame and the Bobcats once again on the power play, they would once again score to cut the Miners lead in half to close out the second period 6-3.

In the final period, the Miners would strike early once again. Jeramy Rezaeepour would score his second of the night less than 2 minutes into the 3rd period making the score 7-3.  However, with less than 5 minutes left in the game, the Bobcats would score twice to put pressure on the Miners cutting the lead to 7-5.  With less than a minute left in the 3rd and the net empty for the Bobcats, Rezaeepour would complete the hat trick and score to make the final score 8-5.

With a quick turnaround for both teams, they took the ice Sunday morning. Matt Sanca would score twice in the opening period to put the Miners up 2-0, his first even strength and his second on the power play. Although both teams had several opportunities in the first period, Sanca’s goals would be the only two of the first period.

The second period once again saw the Miners prove their dominance offensively. The Miners would have four different goal scorers in the second period as Brett Bloor, Lukas Znosko and Josh Baeza would all find the back of the net.  Scoring the fourth goal of the frame, Garrett Goodroe would pot his first goal of the season to put the Miners up 6-0 at the end of the second period.

In the 3rd and final period of the weekend, the Miners gave up a shorthanded goal to the Bobcats. However, Lukas Znosko would still take advantage of the power play and score his second goal of the night to increase the lead to 7-1.  Not done there, Znosko would score his 3rd of the day shorthanded to increase the lead to 8-1.

Matt Sanca would follow suit and also complete his own hat trick scoring on the power play to put the Miners up 9-1. The Miners would strike two more times in the third as Jorge Duenas would score on the power play and Brett Bloor would get his second of the night even strength.  The Bobcats would add a late goal, but the Miners would win 11-2 in dominating fashion.

The Miners improve to 11-1 on the season.  They will travel to Albuquerque to take on the UNM Lobos Friday, November 4th and Saturday November 5th who are 10-0 on the season. Both games will be at the Outpost Arena at 8:00pm.

The Miners will then return to home ice to take on the University of Texas Longhorns (9-2 overall) in a TCHC matchup November 11th and 12th.

9 & 1 Miner Hockey team Heads for Alamo City Matchup Against Texas State Saturday

For the second straight week of non-conference play, the Miners played host to the Northern Arizona Ice Jacks and swept the Arizonans for Pink Out the Rink & Stick It To Cancer Weekend.

NAU was first to score early in the 1st period. But the Miners would answer quickly with a power play goal from Jeramy Rezaeepour, assisted by Jorge Duenas and Lukas Znosko. His 7th goal of the season.

The Miners would control the 2nd period and score 3 goals, back to back goals from Matt Sanca and Josh Baeza.

Matt Sanca would open the scoring in the 3rd period with his 3rd goal of the night, and record his second hat trick of the season. NAU would get the final goal of the night but the Miners would hold their 3 goal lead and win the game.

Returning Saturday night for Game 2, the Miners hit the ice with sticks taped in pink in support of breast cancer awareness month.

Getting past NAU’s goalie, Matt Sanca would score first for the Miners, his 4th goal of the weekend. With no response from NAU the Miners headed to the locker room leading by 1 goal.

Lukas Znosko adds to the Miner lead with a goal 8 minutes into the 2nd period and puts the Miners up 2-0. The 2nd period would see plenty of time spent in the penalty box by both teams.

With Mack Hollis in the box for 2 minutes, the Ice Jacks go on the power play. But, Lukas Znosko scored a shorthanded goal with the help of Jeramy Rezaeepour and the Miners lead by 3.

Zackaree Lopez scores the first goal of the night for the Ice Jacks followed by another goal by Trent Boice.

With less than 6 minutes remaining in the 3rd the Miners lead by 1 goal. With the attempt of making up the deficit NAU pulls their goalie.

Brett Bloor capitalized on the empty net and scores the final goal of the night to put the Miners up 4-2 over the Ice Jacks.

Now 9-1 on the season (5-1 in conference), the Miners head out on the road to San Antonio, Texas to play the Texas State Bobcats in a two game series starting Saturday October 29th.

Author: Tricia Luna – UTEP Hockey

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