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Team: Denver Pioneers
Head Coach: David Carle
Notable Alumni: Craig Patrick, Tyler Bozak, Trevor Moore
Denver Pioneers Hockey TicketsThe Denver Pioneers have long been one of the winningest teams in NCAA Division I hockey. Denver has a program that has put together championship-caliber teams in several eras, from the 1950s to the present. College hockey is one of the most successful and popular sports at the University of Denver. This can be seen in both their regular-season and playoff records. In 2018-19, for example, the Pioneers posted their 18th 20-win season in a row. That same season marked Denver's 12th consecutive appearance in the NCAA tournament. Denver plays in the NCHC conference, where they face off against perennial contenders like the North Dakota Fighting Hawks and Minnesota-Duluth's Bulldogs. With players like Ian Mitchell, Cole Guttman and Emilio Pettersen leading the charge with scoring, there's always something to see on the ice. University of Denver Pioneers games are a great place to see great prospects, including several NHL draft picks. Get your Denver Pioneers hockey tickets at StubHub.
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Where do the Denver Pioneers play hockey?The Denver Pioneers play hockey at Magness Arena in Denver, Colo. Magness Arena is home to men's and women's hockey, gymnastics and basketball at the University of Denver. The building seats 6,026 people when it's configured for ice hockey. This arena opened in 1999 and was named the Best New Sports Venue by Westword in 2000.
Who is the head coach of the Denver Pioneers hockey team?David Carle has been the head coach of the Denver Pioneers since May 2018. Born in Anchorage, Alaska, Carle was the youngest head coach in Division I NCAA hockey when he was appointed. At the time, Carle was in his late 20s. In spite of his youth, David Carle is a very experienced coach. Carle was an assistant at the University of Denver before his promotion. A former draft pick by the Tampa Bay Lightning, Carle was recruited to play at Denver. However, a medical diagnosis prevented this. Instead, Carle served as a student assistant coach during his time as a student at Denver. As a first-year head coach, he led Denver to yet another 20-win season.
Have the Denver Pioneers ever won a national championship?Yes, they have. The University of Denver is one of the winningest Division I NCAA hockey programs in history. Over the years, the Pioneers have won eight NCAA championships. Most recently, the Denver Pioneers claimed the title during the 2016-17 season. The Pioneers claimed their other hockey championships in 2004-05, 2003-04, 1968-69, 1967-68, 1960-61, 1959-60 and 1957-58. The Denver Pioneers have a tradition of excellence that really resonates with both players and fans.
Who are some notable University of Denver Pioneers players?Over the years, the University of Denver Pioneers have sent several players to the NHL. Jason Zucker, Scott Mayfield, Tyler Bozak and Trevor Moore are among the Pioneers playing in the NHL right now. Hockey Hall of Fame member Craig Patrick was also a Pioneer on the NCAA championships of 1967-68 and 1968-69. The Pioneers' current roster includes highly touted prospects like Bobby Brink and Brett Stapley. There are always several NHL draft picks taking the ice at Magness Arena, no matter the year.
Do the Denver Pioneers have any rivalries?It's always heated on the ice when the Denver Pioneers face off against the North Dakota Fighting Hawks. These teams often face off in two-game series. They have each won eight national championships over the years. They're tied for second place: The current record is held by the Michigan Wolverines, with nine.
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