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Rampage alum Pai advances to junior hockey, signs with BCHL’s Bulldogs for 2024-25 season

May 12th, 2024

Nayan Pai was born in California and made the move to AAA hockey in 2020-21, leaving home to play for the Colorado Rampage. Pai spent the 2020-21, 2021-22 and 2023-24 seasons with the Rampage and is set to play junior hockey next season with the BCHL’s Blackfalds Bulldogs. “The opportunity came up when the Bulldogs…

Denver native Delaney enjoying success at prep school, eyeing junior hockey opportunity

May 5th, 2024

Kevin Delaney has had hockey in his blood basically since birth, and the Denver native has experienced marked success recently at Proctor Academy, a prep school in Andover, N.H. In the 1980s, Delaney’s father, Chris, played high school hockey with Proctor’s head coach, Mike Walsh. “We looked to go down the prep school path after…

Highlands Ranch’s Cooke uses solid season with NAHL’s Grit to earn NCAA D-III spot at Lake Forest

May 4th, 2024

Hunter Cooke developed his game growing up playing AAA hockey for the Colorado Thunderbirds and this past season for the NAHL’s Colorado Grit. This coming season, the Highlands Ranch native will take another jump as Cooke will begin his NCAA career with Lake Forest College, a Division III school about 32 miles up the Lake…

Parker native, Arapahoe, Chaparral alum Stark makes history with new USPHL Fighting Elk franchise

April 29th, 2024

Anderson Stark will forever be the answer to the trivia question, “Who was the first player signed by the USPHL’s Colorado Fighting Elk?” A Parker native, Stark signed with the Craig-based Fighting Elk last week after spending the last several seasons between the pipes playing for Chaparral High School. “I saw Colorado got a team…

Return to USPHL’s Kernels for 2024-25 season the right decision for Arvada native Winters

April 29th, 2024

Camden Winters has spent the past three seasons playing junior hockey, with the last two in southwestern Michigan for the USPHL’s Battle Creek Kernels. For the 2024-25 season, the Arvada native has decided to return to the Kernels for his final season of junior eligibility. “The opportunity came up for me to play in Battle…

Salt Lake City native, Jr. Grizzlies product Gordon-Carroll signs with WHL’s Tigers

April 25th, 2024

The WHL’s Medicine Hat Tigers have announced the signing of 2008-born forward Shaeffer Gordon-Carroll to a WHL scholarship and development agreement. Gordon-Carroll, a Salt Lake City native, was selected in the first round (ninth overall) of the 2023 WHL U.S. Prospects Draft by the Tigers. Gordon-Carroll played with the Chicago Mission 15U AAA program during…

Highlands Ranch native Feinberg wraps junior hockey career, commits to NCAA Division III Suffolk

April 21st, 2024

Phil Feinberg, a forward for the EHL’s Boston Jr. Terriers, has committed to NCAA Division III Suffolk for the fall of 2024. The 2003-born native of Highlands Ranch joined the Terriers in late October of this past year, and over the course of 36 total EHL games, tallied 40 points on 21 goals and 19…

Boulder native, Jr. Comets captain Gatewood tabbed NCDC New England Division Defensive Forward of the Year

April 21st, 2024

The National Collegiate Development Conference is proud to announce that the Utica Jr. Comets’ Payne Gatewood was named the New England Division 2023-24 Defensive Forward of the Year.  Gatewood (‘03/Boulder) joined the Jr. Comets last year out of the Nichols School, and enjoyed a strong introduction to the NCDC, putting up 22 points in 50 games, while…

Westminster’s Millar finishes NCAA D-I career with Colorado College, starts pro career with AHL’s Reign

April 19th, 2024

Jack Millar spent four seasons playing NCAA Division I college hockey for Colorado College. Once his senior season with the Tigers ended last month, the Westminster native saw his career continue at the professional level when he signed with the AHL’s Ontario Reign. “Ontario had kind of been interested from the second half of the…

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