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Winter Classic 2020 huge success

Many hands make light work. The seemingly endless hours put in by so many made the Dawg Nation Winter Classic Presented by DREP an incredible success! This Is what Dawg Nation is all about as volunteers, players, fans,… Read More

It’s ok to not be ok.

On April 6, 2018, Canadians across the country were heartbroken to hear of the devastating Humboldt Broncos bus crash, which took the lives of 16 members of the Junior A hockey team and injured 13 others. Tyler Smith… Read More

Dawg Bowl IX Recap

Dawg Bowl IX is in the books… Dawg Bowl IX is in the books and the event exceeded even our wildest expectations! Hugs, smiles, laughter, and tears were in abundance throughout the weekend. We once again created memories… Read More

2018-19 Colorado Avalanche Charity Challenge

Help Dawg Nation in the 2018-19 Colorado Avalanche Charity Challenge! A portion of every Charity Challenge ticket sold will be donated back to Dawg Nation. Charity Challenge Ticket Pricing Upper Level – $25 per seat Lower Level –… Read More

Grand Lake Pond Tourney

The Dawgs were well represented Grand Lake Pond Tourney today. We had teams in all three divisions and finished a combined 7-1-1, not a bad days work! Special thanks to Joel Vlasin and Josh Suter for taking the… Read More

DU Hockey – Dawg Nation Night 2018!

DU hockey

We have some more incredible news to share! Once again we are teaming with the University of Denver for “Dawg Nation Night”! This one will be held on Friday, November 23rd as the Pioneers take on the Providence… Read More

Jared Bednar to Humboldt head coach Nathan Oystrick

Dawg Bowl VIII Video

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