Ice Bears

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The No. 33 Ice Bears traveled to Arizona this weekend to take on ranked opponents Arizona and Arizona State in a stretch of games that could have put them back into contention to make the national tournament.

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The Ice Bears are ranked 34th in the American Collegiate Hockey Association — 16 spots away from No. 18, which will likely be the cutoff for the national tournament in March.

As the first half of the Missouri State Ice Bears’ season comes to a close, they are ranked No. 22 in the American Collegiate Hockey Association and have a record of 8-7-1-1.

In the first period of a game against Colorado on Oct. 4, the Missouri State Ice Bears’ leading scorer from the previous season, junior forward Nikita Salnikov, went down with a lower body injury and has not returned.

The words “The St. Louis Blues are Stanley Cup Champions,” barely left NBC play-by-play announcer Mike Emrick’s mouth after the Blues defeated the Bruins in game seven of the Stanley Cup Final when a small group of people in Springfield came to a similar conclusion: the Stanley Cup has to co…

After nearly three weeks since the Missouri State Ice Bears regular season ended, they made the trip to Dallas, Texas, for the American Collegiate Hockey Association National Tournament. The Ice Bears were the No. 14 seed in the tournament and faced the University of Buffalo in the opening round.