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Season recap: Oregon hockey wins I-5 Cup, Nick Sciabarra and Danny Cockriel make Pac-8 All Stars

With the Oregon club hockey team’s season ending last week, here’s a recap of what happened this season: – Oregon won the I-5 Cup against Washington. Oregon won the Cup two years ago, but UW had it the year prior. I-5 Cup games are usually extremely competitive, but this year the Ducks won the four-game series […] Continue reading

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Oregon hockey falls 5-1 to Utah in Pac-8 Championship

In the Pac-8 Championship, No. 3 Oregon hockey fell to No. 1 Utah, 5-1. Both teams were  evenly matched at 5-on-5 play, but frequent penalties cost the Ducks the opportunity to pull ahead. Oregon (14-10, 6-4 Pac-8) entered the final round as the underdogs and with a chip on its shoulder. Utah (24-12-2, 7-1 Pac-8) was […] Continue reading

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Oregon hockey advances to Pac-8 Finals after win over USC

In the second round of the Pac-8 tournament, No. 3 Oregon (13-10, 6-4 Pac-8) faced off against No. 2 USC (13-9-1, 10-5 Pac-8) for a spot in tomorrow’s Pac-8 finals. Even though USC had the higher seed, Oregon got the win and eliminated the Trojans, 4-1. While it was only USC’s first game of the tournament, […] Continue reading

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Weekend recap: Oregon Ducks hockey sweeps UCLA at home, snaps losing streak

In their first games of the winter quarter, Oregon club hockey took on the UCLA Bruins in what would prove to be two intensely physical games. Oregon came away with both wins (4-3, 5-3) and effectively broke their five-game losing streak from games prior to winter break. Friday: At the beginning of Friday night’s game […] Continue reading

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Oregon hockey sweeps Portland State over Halloween weekend

The Oregon club hockey team easily handled the first two games of the Portland State series this weekend, ending their homestand with 5-3 and 9-0 wins on Friday and Saturday, respectively. “There was definitely an improvement,” said goaltender Trevor Peterson of the second night compared to the first. “I think that PSU may not have […] Continue reading

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Chris Campbell shakes off the rust and returns to Oregon hockey

His body was hurting and his grades were suffering. Chris Campbell was tired, but all he needed was a little time. Chris, a junior on the Oregon hockey team, started playing hockey when he was eight, and up until last year, he has never missed a season. Year after year, he returned to the ice […] Continue reading

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Oregon hockey blows past Washington 7-2, sweeps I-5 Cup home games

For the second night in a row, Oregon club hockey faced off against the Washington Huskies for game 2 of its annual I-5 Cup series. In what usually are close games — last year’s cup was determined by a shootout after splitting the four-game series — the Ducks sailed through the Huskies’ defense, winning the […] Continue reading

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Oregon hockey gearing up to #TakeBackTheCup

Friday, Oct. 17, the Ducks hockey team will face Washington, the team’s biggest rival in the league, in the home opener at Lane Events Center. Each year, both teams square off in a brutal four-game series for the I-5 Cup. Last year, Washington won in a shootout after splitting the series 2-2. The year before, Oregon took it […] Continue reading

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Ducks hockey falls 5-1 against ASU, eliminated from Pac-8 tournament

After a 5-2 victory against UCLA the night prior, the three seed Oregon club hockey team took on the top seeded #15 Arizona State University Sun Devils where they fell 5-1. The loss meant elimination for the Oregon Ducks as ASU moved on to the Pac-8 Championship against the reigning champs, the #5 Utah Utes. […] Continue reading

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Oregon club hockey splits Washington series, loses I-5 Cup in shootout

It was a rough night at the Lane County Ice Center for Oregon club hockey. After losing 3-2 in an extremely penalty-riddled Game 4, thereby splitting the four-game series, Oregon and Washington turned to a five-man shootout to determine who would ultimately take home the I-5 Cup. The Ducks were unable to score in the […] Continue reading

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