Winning back-to-back Western States Hockey League championships is no small accomplishment. But the El Paso Rhinos carved out a special place in league history last month, winning their second consecutive title and fourth overall in franchise history.
"It really is special to play with this program. I've learned so much from Coach Herman and he's helped make the player I am today." Read more about the Rhinos' only local this season in the El Paso Times feature.
After a 6-0 win over the Oklahoma City Blazers in their final home game of the season, the Rhinos are the 2019 Mid-West Division Champions! Now they will head to Ogden where they will need 5 more wins to keep the Thorne Cup in El Paso.
On January 30, between 5 pm and 9 pm, head to Mooyah at the Fountains to eat with the Rhinos and help the Crash, the Rhino Booster Club, fundraise for the team. When you pay, don't forget to mention the Rhinos!