Jared Bednar to Humboldt head coach Nathan Oystrick

The Dawg Blog

Giving Back to Matt Martinez

Matt Martinez is a single father of two sons and one of the most unselfish people you’ll ever meet as witnessed by the donation of one of his kidneys to Dave “D-REP” Repsher. This unbelievable gesture changed Dave’s… Read More

Giving Back to the Graham Family

A tragic event. Don Graham was a long time Denver-area official, scheduler and former board member with CIHRA. Don also officiated in Wyoming and his home-state of Montana. He moved back to Montana just a year and half… Read More

A fire that burns deep

When it comes to hockey… When it comes to hockey, there is a fire that burns deep down inside of every player and fan. We all notice it and are incredibly proud of it. How is this fire… Read More

Dawg Bowl VIII Video

Giving Back to Chuck Zachrich

A tragic accident. Chuck “Zac” Zachrich is long time Colorado hockey player and an all around great guy. This past July, Zac suffered a severe head injury when as a result of bicycle accident in Castle Rock. Zac… Read More

Giving Back to Mike Rosado

A tragic accident. Mike Rosado died in a tragic accident on May 24th while longboarding around Sloan’s Lake. He left behind a wife, two daughters, and one grandchild. Mike was a Firefighter/ Paramedic with the City of Westminster,… Read More

It’s a Great Day for Junior Hockey!

Ssssoooo, Apologies for skipping a month, I know you all were holding your collective breath,  waiting for my wisdom, witty wit, wondrous words, aaaand alliteration! Anxiety has reared it’s ugly head in the life of Gags, and it’s… Read More

Dawg Bowl VIII Recap

A most memorable and successful event! When all was said and done, Dawg Bowl VIII was the most memorable and successful event in our storied history. Setting records on all fronts the weekend was once again filled with hugs,… Read More

Dawg Bowl Dad | Thompson Smith

BZZZZZ… BZZZZ… As I groggily looked over at my phone on the nightstand, I saw the faint glow of a call coming in. Being thousands of miles away from home, playing junior hockey in British Columbia, it was… Read More