El Paso Dominates Lafayette, 10-0

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Eight different Rhinos scored and El Paso notched four power play goals en route to a 10-0 shutout of the Lafayette Cajun Catahoulas.

The Rhinos outshot the visitors, 71-11, in a game that was never in doubt for the hosts.

 

Hayden Kowalski started the scoring just 1:52 into the game, ripping his wrister top shelf past Lafayette goaltender Brenden Parkyn.

 

Eric LaBounty made it 2-0 on a pass from Kevin Coyne at 6:36 of the first, followed by Bill Krueger’s first power play strike on a pass from Marcus Wilhite and Gabriel Hernandez at 10:37.

 

The second period got no better for the Cajun Catahoulas, as Zach Goller started the scoring at 3:22 on passes from Jacob Burch and Bo Hernandez.

 

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El Paso beat Cajun, 3-2

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The El Paso Rhinos ran their league-best record to 18-0-2, upending the Lafayette Cajun Catahoulas, 3-2, in the Sierra Providence Events Center Saturday night.

Marcus Wilhite scored one goal and assisted on another to earn First Star of the Game honors, though Lafayette goaltender Brenden Parkyn earned Third Star, saving 53 of 56 Rhinos shots.

 

The home side could not bust through Parkyn’s defense, and the Catahoulas played some solid “D” of their own, challenging the Rhinos through the latter stages of the game.

 

But El Paso would not be denied, as Wilhite started the scoring just 3:36 into the first period, taking a feed from Nick Gorup and beating Parkyn low.

 

 

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Rhinos Romp, 9-3

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      A solid crowd was on hand to watch the strong performance turned in by the home team, taking care of business against the last place franchise in the Mid-West Division, who had just stepped off the bus after an 18-hour bus trip from  Lafayette, LA.

 

 

 

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Rhinos leave Colorado 2-0-1

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The El Paso Rhinos made it two-of-three in Colorado Sunday afternoon, outscoring the Outlaws in the second and third periods for a 5-3 win to wrap the weekend series in suburban Denver .

 

Colorado scored first with just 24 seconds left in the first period as Braxton Green beat  El Paso goaltender Anthony Natali .

 

But the Rhinos rebounded in the second period, as Marcus Wilhite took a feed from Rashad Harris at 3:54 and put it home to tie, followed by Austin Balko who skated through theColorado zone and beat Outlaws goalie Alex Migdalski at 18:20.

 

Colorado scored twice to open the third period as Jason Lee and Alex Kendall gave the hosts a 3-2 lead, putting the visitor’s backs against the wall as they did in the Outlaws’ 4-3 shootout win the previous afternoon. But the final half of the final frame was all El Paso .

 

 

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Rhinos lose in shootout, 4-3

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The Rhinos and Outlaws went to nine frames in the shootout before the game was decided. Though this is El Paso\’s second setback in three games, the Rhinos (15-0-2, 32 points) have still earned at least a point in every game they\’ve played this season.‘, ‘caption’: None}}

Rhinos back on winning track, 6-2

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Colorado got on the board first just 1:53 into the game as Braxton Green beat goalie Arthur Hollinger.

 

But the Rhinos responded later in the period to take the lead with two goals just 31 seconds apart, as El Paso hit their hosts with a Zach attack; Zach Goller at 4:33 and Zach Kohn on the power play at 5:04.

 

 

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El Paso loses in shootout, 2-1

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The Tulsa win halts El Paso’s win streak at 14, though the
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Rhinos make it 14-0 with 3-1 win over Tulsa

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El Paso is Junior A, Tier III’s second-ranked team nationally after their incredible start.

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Rhinos Win Their Season Home Opener

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The El Paso Rhinos used strong defense and timely offense to remain the only undefeated team in the Western States Hockey League, defeating the Tulsa Rampage in their first home game of the season, 2-1.

In front of 998 raucous fans, the Rhinos unveiled their Mid-West Championship and Junior Nationals banner, earned from an inaugural season that passed all expectations, except, perhaps, the team\’s own.

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Rhinos win, 11-2

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El Paso had 68 shots in Saturday’s 10-3 win and 59 in Friday’s 7-2 victory. Also for the second straight game the Rhinos had four power play goals and, from the third period Friday night through Sunday, did not allow their hosts a shot total into double figures – a span of two hours and 20 minutes.

 

Also, as they did Saturday night, El Paso spread the puck around. Nine different Rhinos scored Saturday – 10 players scored Sunday and only Zach Kohn scored more than once.

 

 

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