Ontario Reign goalkeeper Patrik Bartosak, 22, was arrested on 12 charges related to domestic assault and violence Monday in Manchester, New Hampshire.
President Devorah Lieberman and Professor of Education Peggy Redman participated in the ceremonial puck drop to open a 4-0 win for the Ontario Reign over the Utah Grizzlies for Go Green and Teacher Appreciation Night Saturday.
After a rough ending to his career as minor league hockey player, junior communications major Blake Humphrey has found a way to stay involved in hockey – through scouting for the team for which he once played.
University of La Verne biology professor Robert Neher participated in the ceremonial puck drop for ULV night as the Ontario Reign defeated bitter rival, the Las Vegas Wranglers, 3-1, on March 12 at Citizens Business Bank Arena.
The Idaho Steelheads took advantage of a poor finish to the first period on the part of the Ontario Reign and went on to claim a 6-3 victory in front of a crowd of more than 6,000 on Wednesday at the Citizens Business Bank Arena.
Our society surrounds itself with sports. Sports are truly part of our American culture and bring together family and friends.
Last Saturday, I went to my first Los Angeles Kings game of the season. For those of you who do not know me, I am a huge hockey fan, especially of the Kings.
Swinging white towels reading “Stanley Cup Playoffs: Mighty Ducks,” sporting homemade T-shirts embellished with the words “extinguish the Flames in the Pond,” and blowing feverishly into “quackers,” the sea of fans at the hockey Stanley Cup Quarter Finals, featuring the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim vs. the Calgary Flames, were anything but modest.
A frigid chill raced down my neck and pinched my face as I stepped through the entrance of the Arrowhead Pond’s arena. The massive oval rink was scattered with fans sporting purple, black and green, and echoed with the chirping of duck calls resonating through the cold haze rising from the ice floor.
The National Hockey League lockout, which canceled the 2004-2005 season, temporarily keeps Noah Clarke – a Los Angeles Kings left wing and La Verne native – from living the dream so many hockey players strive for. Noah currently plays professionally for the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League.