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Sweeping the showcase

Collyn Cowles, Reporter November 22, 2022

After suffering an 8–2 loss to Metro State on Nov. 11, Weber State’s hockey team was ready to bounce back by hosting the Beehive Showcase. “It’s the last four games of this semester and we...

The Hockey team huddles together after making their first goal in their game against MSU Denver.

A slip-up on the ice

Emily Miller, Sports editor November 15, 2022

Weber State hockey fell to Metropolitan State University of Denver 8–2 on Nov. 10 at the Ice Sheet. Despite the ‘Cats sharing game night with Weber State basketball across the parking lot at the...

Lane stays in the net ready to take on Utah States offense. The Wildcats beat the Aggies 3-2.

Guarding the goal, building a team

Collyn Cowles, Reporter November 3, 2022

Wearing No. 29 for Weber State’s club hockey team, goalkeeper Kyle Lane is a critical part of the team's success. Coming off of a 696 save season, Lane currently has a 0.927 save percentage this year. “Hockey...

Buzz Schneider in a confrontation with Ryan Wirth.

Hockey gets heated

Collyn Cowles, Reporter October 13, 2022

In a violent match for their first home game of the month, Weber State University’s hockey team held off the University of Utah in a 4–1 victory on Oct. 7. The physicality was at an all-time high....

WSU football fan Isaac Staszkow (right of middle) cheering on the Weber State football team along with the rest of the student section.

A student-less section

Rayshaun Baker-Lynch, Reporter September 22, 2022

The student section is a catalyst for many college sporting events. But at Weber State University, the student section, also known as the Destruction, isn't as large or loud in comparison to other schools....

WSU and UVU players going after a hockey puck. (Simon Mortensen/ The Signpost)

Weber hockey melts under pressure

Collyn Cowles, Reporter September 20, 2022

Weber State University's hockey team kicked off their hockey season on Sept. 16 with a game against Utah Valley University. Both teams were trying to make a statement after last year's opener, where the...

Andrew Gorges skates down the ice with the puck. Photo credit: WSU Hockey

Gorges slashes towards 2022 graduation

Jace Cook November 29, 2021

Wildcat hockey player Andrew Gorges expects to graduate in fall 2022 and already has plans for after graduation. Gorges is from Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. “We played hockey at a very young...

Will Fobair collected his 244th point against the UNC Bears. Photo credit: WSU Hockey

Stickin’ it to the competition

Jace Cook November 22, 2021

Wildcat hockey won all four of their games in the Beehive Showcase from Nov. 18 to Nov. 21, and Will Fobair broke the team’s all-time points record with 244 points. Fobair’s record-breaking...

Jaden Hewes is originally from Alaska and started playing hockey at two years old. Photo credit: WSU Hockey

Who’s Hewes?

Jace Cook November 15, 2021

Jaden Hewes, who plays center for Weber State hockey, is making a name for himself with the Wildcats. According to the American Collegiate Hockey Association website, Hewes scored 10 goals in his first...

Will Fobair prepares to take a shot. Photo credit: WSU Hockey

Wildcats cross-check Utes

Jace Cook November 8, 2021

Weber State University's hockey team is back with an 8–2 win against the University of Utah Utes on Nov. 5. The Wildcats came into this game on a one-game losing streak after falling to Utah State...

The Weber State University Hockey team opened up their season with games against Utah Valley University and Utah State University. (Emily Miller / The Signpost)

Double wins for the W

Jace Cook September 20, 2021

The Weber State University club hockey team opened their season hosting the Utah Valley Wolverines and the Utah State Aggies on Sept. 17 and 18, respectively.The Wildcats kicked off their two-game weekend...

Tampa Bay Lightning head coach Jon Cooper supervises a training camp practice session at the Ice Sports Forum in Brandon, Fla., on September 14, 2018. Coopers Lightning were unable to hold a third-period lead on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018, dropping a 6-4 contest against the Ottawa Senators. (Douglas R. Clifford/Tampa Bay Times/TNS)

Lightning finally struck

Alec Cipollini November 9, 2020

As I continue this trend of looking back at this year’s champions and giving a breakdown of the events, we now shift our attention to the National Hockey League, where lightning finally struck.For...

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