LMU Ice Hockey News

  • Dec

    First Half Recap: Lions Clinch Playoff Birth, Enter Winter Break in First Place

    The LMU Lions wrapped up the first half of its 2018-19 regular season sitting atop the conference and with a guaranteed trip to the playoffs already in hand. The Lions enter the break leading the West Coast Hockey Conference (WCHC) with a 10-2 mark (20 points) in conference play. LMU’s 20 points in WCHC action… Read More

  • Dec

    Lions Beat Long Beach in OT, as the Teddy Bears Fly

    In a strange game with no flow, the Lions picked up the victory with an overtime goal from Greg Bennett.  The Lions, wearing special “Ugly Christmas Sweater” jerseys, and hosting their first ever Teddy Bear toss, thrilled the crowd as they came from behind to tie the game late, then win it in overtime.  Eric… Read More

  • Dec

    Lions Sweep Chapman, Campbell nets Shutout

    The Lions were hot from the very start, scoring 8 goals in the first period, and going on to beat WCHC rival Chapman, 17-0.  Grant Campbell, getting his third start, made some unbelievable saves down the stretch to earn his first collegiate shutout.  These saves included a diving backdoor glove save on a 5v3 PK,… Read More

  • Nov

    LMU Lions Christmas Game!

    The Lions will host their first ever Christmas Game, on Saturday 12/1 vs. Long Beach.  The Lions will wear special “Ugly Christmas Sweater” jerseys, with select jerseys being auctioned off during the game.  Proceeds from the jersey sales will benefit St. Josephs Center to help brighten a child’s holiday this year.  The team will also… Read More

  • Nov

    Lions Fall to SC, but Sweep in San Diego

    The Lions injuries continue to pile up, with few players returning to the lineup.  With 10 injuries to start the weekend, the Lions looked to play a strong game to sweep USC, and capture the Century Cup in back to back years.  USC would score first, and every time LMU would tie it, SC would… Read More

  • Oct

    Lions Score Early and Often to Top Chapman

    The Lions continued to play shorthanded this weekend, but came away with the two victories.  Missing four of their top 5 scorers, the Lions scored early and often to top WCHC rival Chapman.  The Lions scored two goals in the first three minutes, as Parker Thomas scored first to notch his 4th goal of the… Read More

  • Oct

    Shorthanded Lions Run Past UCLA

    The Lions were hurting after their Colorado trip, losing 4 of their top 5 scorers to injury.  No worry, as the Lions had six different goal scorers put up 7 goals against UCLA for the big win.  The Lions, finally, got out to a fast start, scoring twice in the first minute, as Tyler Rodgers… Read More

  • Oct

    Clem Powers Lions to 2-1 Colorado Trip

    Freshman forward Brian Clem put home three goals on Sunday, in a 7-3 victory of Colorado State.  The Lions controlled the game but it was tied 2-2 going into the third, when LMU picked up a major power play.  Scoring 3 times in 2 minutes, the Lions gained control of the game and would go… Read More

  • Oct

    Lions Storm back to top Colorado State

    The Lions slow start almost doomed the team, as Colorado State jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first of a three game weekend in Colorado for the Lions.  But the Lions came out with a different attitude, shaking off the travel and had stretches of domination in the second.  The Lions took 15… Read More

  • Oct

    Lions Fall in OT to SDSU

    A night of penalties and power play goals ends with Lions falling in OT to SDSU.  The Lions, who had earned every possible point to this point in the season, were back facing another top team on their schedule.  In the first, SDSU would get on the board first, scoring just 5 minutes into the… Read More