Posts Tagged: Hockey

Friday Flashback: Dreyer helps USA win Olympic bronze in 2006

November 13, 2020

The first Alaskan to play hockey in the Olympics, Eagle River’s Pam Dreyer won a bronze medal with Team USA as a goaltender at the 2006 Games in Torino, Italy. She also owns a silver medal from the 2004 World Championships, making her one of the most decorated Alaska athletes of all-time. Dreyer, of Chugiak… Read more »

Hockey standout DeGeorge named Alaska Athlete of the Week

October 26, 2020

Anchorage’s Clair DeGeorge was named Alaska Sports Hall of Fame’s Alaska Athlete of the Week after earning an invite to the U.S. Women’s National Hockey Team Evaluation Camp. The 21-year-old was among 53 players invited – the only one from Alaska. DeGeorge is a senior forward at NCAA D1 Bemidji State University, where she is… Read more »

DeGeorge only Alaskan invited to U.S. women’s national camp

October 21, 2020

Clair DeGeorge of Anchorage is headed to the U.S. Women’s National Hockey Team Evaluation Camp at the National Sports Center in Blaine, Minnesota. The 21-year-old was among 53 players invited – the only one from Alaska. DeGeorge is a senior forward at NCAA D1 Bemidji State University, where she is knocking on the door of… Read more »

Friday Flashback: Gomez wins Stanley Cup in 2000 and 2003

September 18, 2020

Nothing seemed to faze Anchorage’s Scott Gomez on the ice. Not even the Stanley Cup playoffs. As a rookie, he scored a goal in his first NHL playoff game and earned the primary assist in his second Finals game. By the end, Gomez appeared in the playoffs in 11 of his 16 seasons and grabbed… Read more »

Zoe Hickel named Alaska Athlete of the Week

August 24, 2020

Five years after playing in the WCHA as a player, Zoe Hickel of Anchorage is going back to coach in the premier college hockey league, earning her Alaska Sports Hall of Fame Athlete of the Week honors. The 28-year-old former professional player and Team USA gold medalist has joined the coaching staff for the Ohio… Read more »

Sorenson re-signs with Kalamazoo, where he has been money

August 22, 2020

Anchorage’s Tanner Sorenson is headed back to the ECHL after re-signing with the Kalamazoo Wings, where he has played 216 of 284 professional games during his career. The 27-year-old center was signed to an American Hockey League contract with the Utica Comets for the 2019-20 season, which was shortened prematurely due to concerns with the… Read more »

Hickel joins Ohio State University women’s hockey coaching staff

August 15, 2020

Five years after playing in the WCHA as a player, Zoe Hickel of Anchorage is going back to coach in the premier college hockey league. The former University of Minnesota Duluth star who went on to play professionally for five seasons is coming back to the college game after joining the coaching staff for the… Read more »

Hausinger brothers to reunite in ECHL with Worcester Railers

August 1, 2020

They played in different leagues for the last four seasons, but now Anchorage brothers Kenny Hausinger and Cam Hausinger are set to reunite in the ECHL. Both rookie forwards have signed with the Worcester Railers, a minor-league affiliate of the New York Islanders. Older brother Kenny Hausinger enters his first professional season after wrapping up… Read more »

South High multi-sport standout Beloy to run for CSU-Pueblo

May 25, 2020

Kaleb Beloy graduates from South Anchorage High School after a solid career as a multi-sport athlete. For the hockey team, he lettered his junior and senior year, played center, and was part of the 2019 State Champion Team. On the cross country trails, Kaleb steadily improved throughout high-school and placed 6th at State as a… Read more »

Eagles defensive stalwart Pickett also working as an EMT

May 13, 2020

A student at Steller Secondary, Ethan Pickett was one of the stars of the West Anchorage State Championship team. He was team captain and part of the much-honored starting lineup.  Ethan was named to the All-Conference and racked up 25 assists from his defender position for the 25-1 Eagles. He is good student with good… Read more »