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Tape-delayed, GCI cable Channel 1, 10:30 p.m. Number of times UAA lost in four overtime games last season (2-0-2) 1 -- Number of returners who scored in double digits last season (Matt Bailey, 10 goals) 2 -- Number of Kendall Hockey Classics won by
National Hockey League regulars Scott Gomez, Nate Thompson and Joey Crabb, all of Anchorage and all out of their regular jobs because of the NHL lockout, are on the ice with the team. The Aces say Crabb has signed a one-year deal with the club --
September 26th, 2012 10:11 PM Last Modified: September 26th, 2012 10:12 PM Difficulty making ice at Sullivan Arena could disrupt the start of the hockey season for the Alaska Aces and UAA, the building's two cornerstone tenants, unless ongoing
Word came from Sullivan Arena this afternoon that the Aug. 3 game, billed as the Mario V Chalmers Foundation Charity NBA Game, won't be played. "I am awaiting more detailed information from the foundation," the arena's Tanya Pont said in an email.
Western Conference Finals series with the Las Vegas Wranglers, and it's not good news for Aces fans -- because of rink availability issues, the series starts with two games in Las Vegas even though the Aces own home-ice advantage. Anyhow, here's the
The legislature's capital budget includes $5.19 million for the expansion, a project that will be made possible by bulldozing two of the four diamonds at Kosinski Fields. The two fields closest to 16th Avenue will give way to about 800 new parking
Last year, Parnell vetoed $400 million in capital spending, leaving the total at about $2.8 billion. "You will not see that scale of vetoes, if any, this year," he said in a post-session news conference Monday. He didn't rule out vetoes though, and
April 14th, 2012 11:51 PM Last Modified: April 15th, 2012 12:01 AM Gerald Coleman made numerous nice saves for the Alaska Aces on Saturday at Sullivan Arena, but one of his 26 provided an acrobatic highlight that few onlookers will forget.
The previous day, after the Reading (Pa.) Royals swapped him for fellow center Ethan Cox, Cruthers left his wife, Julie, and their 8-month-old son, Blake, and flew across four time zones to Anchorage. Come game day, his body clock mangled, Cruthers
March 14th, 2012 10:51 PM Last Modified: March 14th, 2012 10:51 PM Big games from seniors Gregory Trefon and Tyler Anelon helped carry the Newhalen boys basketball team to its first state title Wednesday at the Sullivan Arena, a fast-paced 91-79