The first week of the NHL playoffs had no shortage of excitement as the league’s 16 best teams began their quest for greatness and Lord Stanley’s Cup. From brawls between legends and rookies, to historic collapses of storied franchises, this first 8 days of action has seemingly had it all for hardcore hockey fanatics and casual observers alike.
Auburn came up short in another midweek game after an exhausting a weekend series against Arkansas at home. An early offensive explosion and a strong start from Garett looked to set the team in a positive direction, but six scoreless offensive frames and a season-high number of walks leaves the home team saddled with yet another weekday loss.
Auburn returned home from a successful weekend series where they notched two conference wins against South Carolina in Columbia, but a lack of offensive production and a poor showing from the pen leaves the home team saddled with a weekday loss.
Both teams' bats fell ice cold on a chilly afternoon as the pitchers stole the show.
Dominant pitching and hot bats rule the day as Auburn gets their brooms out against Cincinnati
Tanner Burns dominates Game 1 against Cincinnati boasting 15 strikeouts, 0 walks, 2 hits, and 9.0 innings pitched.
Jack Hart and Justin Thomason sat down and discussed the upcoming election with the U.S. Representative for Alabama's 3rd congressional district, Mike Rogers.
Jack Hart and Justin Thomason sat down and discussed the upcoming election with candidate for U.S. Representative of Alabama's 3rd congressional district, Mallory Hagan.
A close game through two periods between rival schools provides some hard-nosed hockey as Auburn falls on home ice.
Auburn’s penalty troubles proved to be their demise as the Tigers fell at home to Georgia Tech by score of 6-2 on Friday night.