skip navigation

Recent Amarillo Ice Skating School News

The Bulls Move Into 1st Place After Weekend Sweep

By AHAI 12/12/2017, 3:30pm CST

The Bulls win over El Paso- Coronado with a clean sweep and move into 1st place in the NMIIHL

Amarillo, TX - The Big Texan Bulls hockey club extended their record to 7-1 on the season with a weekend sweep of the El Paso Coronado T-Birds.  The weekend marked the home opener for the Bulls at the Amarillo Civic Center, and the sweep put the Bulls into first place in the New Mexico High School League.

                The Bulls outshot the T-Birds 99 to 30 in the two games, keeping constant pressure on the El Paso goalie.  The Bulls top line of Vincent Petrey, Chris Chamberlin and Aidan Wright led the way, scoring 8 of the team’s 13 goals and tallying 18 total points on the weekend.  “I was most proud of our team defense” said Bulls head coach Austin Sutter.  “Defensemen Jaxen Andersen, Burke Francis, Kameron Lewis, Brit Brookes and Trevor Dobbins had a great weekend.”

                The Junior Varsity Bulls were just as impressive, winning by scores of 3-0 and 5-2.  Freshman forwards Andrew Kolka and Donnie Smith each had 3 goals over the 2 games, while Ayden Boyd and Sean Jensen each chipped in a goal.

                The Bulls will travel to Albuquerque this weekend to take on their rivals, the 2nd place Cibola Cougars and the 3rd place La Cueva Bears.

              For more information please visit


1. Big Texan Bulls:  7-1-0   14 Pts  Win %: 0.875

2. Cibola Cougars:  6-0-2   14 Pts Win %: 0.875

3. La Cueva Bears:  6-2-2   14 Pts Win %: 0.700

4. Telluride Lizards: 4-1-1  9 Pts Win%: 0.750

5. Los Alamos:   3-1-1   7 Pts   Win%: 0.700

6. Durango Devils:   2-7-1   5 Pts   Win%: 0.250

7. Taos Ice Tigers: 1-3-1   3 Pts   Win%: 0.0300

8. El Paso T-Birds: 0-14-0   0 Pts Win%: 0.000

Proud of our Pee Wee's

Proud of our Pee Wee's!

DALLAS - The Amarillo Bulls Youth Hockey Team (Pee Wee's) while playing in the Texas Shoot Out Hockey Tournament in Dallas this weekend, prepared care packages for their rivals The Houston Wild.

Some of the Houston Wild players lost their equipment and there was a real concern relative to the participation in the "Texas Shoot" as a result of Hurricane Harvey.

The Pee Wee's assembled care packages for each team member consisting of items like water, healthy snacks, Gatorade, and hockey trading cards for the Wild players.

They presented the care packages to them after the game. 

Full Article Link: