The Julie and Spencer Penrose Memorial Cup, awarded to the NCHC regular-season champion, will be on display at various league arenas during the second half of the season but fans are not allowed to touch the silver and copper trophy.
Here is this month’s schedule: Omaha, Jan. 10-11; Western Michigan, Jan. 31-Feb. 1
The Penrose Cup will then make stops at Miami, North Dakota, Denver and Colorado College and Minnesota-Duluth in February, before concluding the tour in St. Cloud Feb. 28-March 1 when SCSU hosts North Dakota.
Former Tiger Joey Crabb‘s power-play goal in the first period was the eventual winner as the San Antonio Rampage scored five unanswered goals in a 5-1 victory over the Abbotsford Heat on Tuesday in American Hockey League play.
Minnesota-Duluth is eyeing a busy NCHC slate in the second half of the season.
Alaska-Anchorage will fly back home on Thursday after being stranded in Minneapolis since Sunday due to the winter storm that struck the lower 48.