Both Denver and Colorado College will each suit up for a pair of pivotal games this weekend.
Colorado's college hockey teams had a quiet week, but Denver and Air Force were both in action over the weekend.
There are no games this weekend in college hockey, and only two games all week. Denver, Colorado College and Air Force aren't among them.
The University of Denver and Colorado College will both head to Minnesota over the weekend for two games a piece. Air Force will get the week off.
Only Air Force was able to get a single win in the six games played by Colorado's college hockey teams over the weekend.
Both the University of Denver and Colorado College will play twice over the weekend, while Air Force will be in the only game on Sunday.
All three Colorado college hockey teams will be in action over the weekend, with Denver and Colorado College swapping two non-conference opponents and Air Force playing Connecticut.
Colorado College and the University of Denver will meet twice over the weekend in a big WCHA series.
The Air Force Falcons hockey team was out-gunned by the Canisius Golden Griffins, but goaltender Jason Torf helped earn them a 1-1 tie in Buffalo, NY on Thursday.
The Denver Pioneers will open their season with non-conference play against Massachusetts-Lowell, while the Colorado College Tigers and Air Force Falcons will face each other to start off this weekend in college hockey.
The Colorado College Tigers won both of their non conference games in the opening weekend of play, while Air Force had to settle for two straight ties in Alaska.
Air Force Academy's hockey coach Frank Serratore is excited for the upcoming 2012-2013 season, especially with the NHL lockout in full effect.