Plus, the weekly scoreboard and three things to look forward to this week.
Plus, the weekly scoreboard and three things to watch for this week.
Anchorage tied the game with 20 seconds remaining and won in overtime.
Anchorage got outscored 7-1 after the opening period and dropped the first in a three-game series with Wisconsin.
The team, which was the second-worst in the NAHL last season, now leads the Midwest Division ahead of instate rivals Anchorage and Fairbanks.
The Wolverines scored four times in the final 11 minutes of the game and won their home opener in a shootout.
After finishing as the Robertson Cup runner-up last seasons, the Wolverines will try to repeat the success of their inaugural season.
A huge, enthusiastic crowd turns out for the Seawolves in their first action in 30 months. UAA lost 1-0.
After being eliminated in 2020 and reinstated in 2021, the Seawolves are on the ice again.
After dropping season-opener, the Wolverines bounced back with a win Thursday.
Anchorage’s Evan Trupp will lead the team, which reached the championship game of the Robertson Cup in its inaugural season.
Trupp, of Anchorage, was part of the team’s coaching staff in its inaugural 2021-22 season in the North American Hockey League.
The film will make its Anchorage premiere Sept. 10 before the Hockey Hall of Fame ceremony at the Captain Cook Hotel.
The forward on Team USA notched an assist in all four games against competition from around the world in the Under-17 competition.
Swanson’s family hockey history in the state runs deep, including his father Brian Swanson, who played in the NHL.
Also, Fairbanks girls club soccer team nearly advances to national tournament.
Nearly 20 kids were sponsored and received elite training at a hockey camp with instruction from the NHL team.
Also, UAA women’s basketball adds another transfer and UAF volleyball secures seven new recruits.
The Wolverines reached the championship game in their first year as a North American Hockey League franchise.
The Wolverines will attempt to be the first expansion franchise in more than 35 years to win the Robertson Cup.
Jackson Reineke tallied the game-winner in overtime and Raythan Robbins sparkled in the net with 48 saves.