2018 Ice Dogs

Fairbanks Ice Dogs goaltender Mattias Sholl waits with teammate Noah Wilson (22) and Janesville Jets’ Parker Lindauer (8) for a faceoff during a North American Hockey League game March 14 at the Big Dipper Ice Arena. Sholl will play for Team NAHL in the Sirius Junior Club World Cup on Aug. 2…

Ice Dogs forward Tanner Edwards, right, celebrates Fairbanks's third goal of the night during the third period against Kenai River Thursday evening, March 28, 2019, at the Big Dipper Ice Arena. 

Brenden MacLaren, center, waits with two Fairbanks Ice Dogs teammates to participate in a drill during Tuesday’s practice at the Big Dipper Ice Arena. MacLaren came to Fairbanks in a recent trade with the Janesville (Wisconsin) Jets, a rival of the Ice Dogs in the North American Hockey Leagu…

Fairbanks Ice Dogs goaltender Mattias Sholl clings to the puck against the goalpost while teammates and Janesville Jets players surround him during the second period of Thursday night's North American Hockey League game at the Big Dipper Ice Arena.

The Fairbanks Ice Dogs display a limited-edition commemorative hoodie for their Military Appreciation Weekend series against the Minnesota Magicians today and Saturday at the Big Dipper Ice Arena. 

The Fairbanks Ice Dogs display a limited-edition commemorative hoodie for their Military Appreciation Weekend series against the Minnesota Magicians today and Saturday at the Big Dipper Ice Arena.

Both squads from West Valley High School, the North Pole girls team and the Monroe Catholic boys group are among the entries in the Alaska School Activities Association/First National Bank Alaska Soccer State Championships in Southcentral this week.

The Fairbanks Ice Dogs, who are a win away from advancing to the North American Hockey League’s Robertson Cup National Tournament for second straight year, collected several of the league’s postseason awards Monday and Tuesday.

Solid defense, solid goaltending and just enough offense enabled the Ice Dogs to claim a 2-0 victory over the Janesville Jets in the opening game of the best-of-five semifinal series of the North American Hockey League’s Midwest Division playoffs.

FAIRBANKS — Head coach Trevor Stewart didn’t have to remind the Fairbanks Ice Dogs to stay focused on the way  to a win over the Kenai River Brown Bears in Thursday night’s North American Hockey League series opener in the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex.

The Fairbanks Ice Dogs will be wearing special St. Patrick’s Day jersey for their North American Hockey League Series against the Janesville (Wisconsin) Jets on Thursday through Saturday at the Big Dipper Ice Arena. The Midwest Division rivals face off at 7 p.m. Thursday and 7:30 p.m. on Fri…