INDEPENDENCE, Mo. -When you go months without seeing the look of a fresh sheet of ice or hearing the goal song, you start to get a little nostalgic.
On June 12, the Kansas City Mavericks officially announced their schedule and protected list for the upcoming 2019-20 season. After being knocked out of the first round of their Kelly Cup run last season, the Mavs will come out hungry and looking to make some small adjustments for their next chance at the ultimate prize in their 11th season.
The Dziurzynski brothers proved to be a meaningful addition to the Kansas City Mavericks team this year. Coming from Lloydminster, Alberta, this pair brought chemistry and brotherly comradery they brought helped not only bring seniority to the team but leadership assistance as well.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - It has been almost a month since the Mavericks season ended in game seven of the first round of the Kelly Cup playoffs.
TULSA, Okla. - Alex Dostie has had a superb playoff run with the Oilers in the ECHL Kelly Cup Playoffs thus far. The 22-year-old from...
TULSA, Okla. - The sun will shine for at least one more day in the hockey world for the Tulsa Oilers. On the strength of two...
Kansas City and Tulsa have proven to be an interesting first round series to keep an eye on in the race for the Kelly Cup. The first two games in Tulsa gave each team a win but upon coming to Independence, Kansas City took game three and five, with Tulsa capturing game four. This series will be decided by Wednesday, April 24th, with the anticipated winner still being up in the air.
The Tulsa Oilers returned to the playoffs by splitting the two opening games of the Mountain Division semifinal series with the Kansas City Mavericks.
The Kansas City Mavericks and Tulsa Oilers have gotten to know each other quite well through the regular season. Eleven matchups have shown Tulsa to be the better team on paper, but a recent regular series finale went to Kansas City by a score of 4-3 and showed that the fourth seed Mavericks are still able to find a way to win against the Mountain Division Champions.
How does one measure success in a hockey organization? Wins, losses, and championships are a good measuring stick in the NHL, but what about the lower levels?