Tag: denver pioneers

Change Scope

Filter By

Like all the standouts competing in the WCHA finals, Drew Shore will face a difficult decision...


Like all the standouts competing in the WCHA finals, Drew Shore will face a difficult decision following the season, as the 2009 second round selection of the Florida Panthers mulls his future. With [brother] Quentin due to join the Pioneers, Drew's biggest lure back to DU might be the family legacy. Nick Shore says a day does not go by in which he doesn't implore his older brother about how special it would be to have three Shore brothers donning DU's crimson and gold.

DenverPioneers.com's Pat Rooney on the Shore Trio

On the Prowl: Panthers Wednesday Links & Open Thread


Welcome to On the Prowl, a collection of links compiled by LBC and published each Wednesday and Sunday to stories pertaining to the Florida Panthers, their affiliates, and the National Hockey...

Florida prospect Brittain could miss 2011-12 season after surgery


From SBN's Western College Hockey: (Sam) Brittain injured himself towards the end of last season, but Brittain and Denver's staff decided to treat the injury with rest, rather than surgery. But Brittain was participating in Hockey Canada's Goaltending Camp this past weekend, and while there, tests on his knee showed that he needed the surgery. Brittain was a 4th-round selection of the Panthers in June, 2010; he succeeded fellow prospect Marc Cheverie in the University of Denver nets. Godspeed in your recovery, sir.

Friday Caterwaul: Panthers GameDay Open Forum


Final road game on tap

Prospect Drew Shore named Denver Cup MVP


From the Denver Post's Mike Chambers: In 19 years of the Denver Cup, (Panthers '09 2nd round selection) Drew Shore was perhaps the easiest choice as the tournament MVP. The University of Denver sophomore had a hand in six of nine goals for the Pioneers, including a goal and an assist in Saturday's 3-1 victory against Air Force in the championship game. Shore, the first Denver native to win the award, scored the game-winning goal at 15:05 of the second period. His slap shot from the point came on the power play and gave DU a 2-0 lead en route to its sixth consecutive victory and 15th Denver Cup crown. Congrats to Drew, and you'll likely find another member of the DU squad vaguely familiar.

Link: All Marc Cheverie


From The Goalie Guild, via DobberHockey: Throughout his entire tenure as a (Denver) Pioneers goalie, even as a freshman, Cheverie had a certain elusive level of confidence that I don’t find in many goalies. It’s not that "cocky" confidence, either. It’s more of an intelligence and understanding. He has a keen sense of awareness and focus that can only come from an elite student-athlete that has the mental toughness to graduate in three years. A quick but most impressive recent audio interview with Cheverie can be found at the main link above as well; must-listen stuff. Wanna know why Alex Salak is in Europe? Here's your answer.

"Best goaltender in college hockey"; Cheverie signs with Panthers. What next in net for Cats?


Organization solidifies in net while a more immediate question looms

Panthers sign G Marc Cheverie


From the official site: Cheverie, 23, was recently selected as one of the top ten candidates for the 2010 Hockey Baker Award, honoring college hockey’s top player, after finishing the season as the national leader in wins (24), save percentage (.937) and shutouts (6). The Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia native posted a 24-4-3 overall mark while playing for the University of Denver this season, helping his team earn the No. 1 ranking in the Division I standings. An expected but pleasant bit of news.

Panthers' prospect duo tears up WCHA weekly awards


A big week for future Panthers in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, as Denver goaltender Marc Cheverie (7th round, 2006) has been named defensive player of the week, while North Dakota forward Corban Knight (5th round, 2009) takes home rookie honors for the same period.

Log In Sign Up

Log In Sign Up

Forgot password?

We'll email you a reset link.

If you signed up using a 3rd party account like Facebook or Twitter, please login with it instead.

Forgot password?

Try another email?

Almost done,

By becoming a registered user, you are also agreeing to our Terms and confirming that you have read our Privacy Policy.

Join Litter Box Cats

You must be a member of Litter Box Cats to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at Litter Box Cats. You should read them.

Join Litter Box Cats

You must be a member of Litter Box Cats to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at Litter Box Cats. You should read them.




Choose an available username to complete sign up.

In order to provide our users with a better overall experience, we ask for more information from Facebook when using it to login so that we can learn more about our audience and provide you with the best possible experience. We do not store specific user data and the sharing of it is not required to login with Facebook.