Sportin’ Up


The Montana Grizzly Football team are showing people that they aren’t the same team they where last season. After a pre-season 21 rank in the FCS polls, the Grizzlies find themselves at number 9 after playing only two opponents. They took it to the power house Appalachian state week one, then North Dakota after a bye week. The Grizzly offense lead by Jordan Johnson this week’s Big Sky Player of the week, is turning heads and bringing in recognition.

The Grizzlies don’t look to slow down with a home game against the low Oklahoma Panhandle State team.

With Oklahoma Panhandle being the last non-conference game for the Grizzlies, improvement and preparation can’t come soon enough.

Yes the Grizzlies have looked sharp so far this season, but have we really been put up against good competition or seen what we have in store for opponents yet? In the victory over Appalachian State we realized that we have lots of offensive weapons including Ellis Henderson, Travon Van, Jordan Canada, Jordan Johnson, and more. Sure Appalachian State already has two losses and aren’t playing for anything this season with a soon move up to FBS, but that victory still shows a ton towards this years defense and Jordan Johnson after missing a year. We were also shown something that we expected, and that was that our defensive front seven can be the best in the conference. Before the match up against North Dakota the secondary was a topic for concern. They showed they can hang in their by shutting out all american Greg Hardin and the North Dakota offense to only 17 points.

This weekend is that to stay healthy, don’t force anything, and let the backups get some snaps and minutes. With that in mind it can be fun to watch the young talent of this Grizzly team, because they are deep in most positions.

Northern Arizona on the road in two weeks for the first conference game can pose some threat. Northern’s biggest threat, running back Zach Bauman who put up 71 yards against the Pac 12 Arizona squad, will have his plays but shouldn’t do anything spectacular with the stout run defense of the Grizzlies.

The next 3 of 4 weeks will really show the talent level of this years squad. Three home games against Portland State, Cal Poly, and Eastern Washington.

The Grizzlies have the talent level and room for improvement to go undefeated this season and make a running against North Dakota State for the championship. Especially since we haven’t seen some threats such as Jordan Johnson’s run game, Travon Van with more opportunities, and tight end Clay Pierson.

If the defensive secondary becomes exposed like it did last season and an injury to a player such as Anthony Goodwin the best corner happens the Griz can be in a world of hurt. Especially in games against Montana State and Eastern Washington. If that is the case, the Grizzlies can be fighting to make the playoffs for a second year in a row.

Expect the Grizzlies to stay on a roll and creep up in the FCS Polls.

To Other Grizzly Athletics.

The back to back Big Sky Conference Champion Soccer team is 2-3-3 going into conference play and has shown they are capable to capture a third Big Sky Conference title. With new leadership talent in goalie Kendra McMillen, India Watne, and Tyler Adair the soccer squad will have tough defense and their offense will only improve.

To the hardcourt, the experienced Women’s Volleyball team has had early struggles, but is capable to match up against anyone in the conference with hard hitter Kayla Reno, and her assistant Brooke Bray. With a trophy from the Lone Star Showdown in Texas the ladies can definitely get on a roll and keep it going into conference play. This weekend will really show where they match up with home matches against Northern Colorado and North Dakota.

5 Takeaways

1. Jordan Johnson might be the best QB in the Big Sky

2. Travon Van is a goldmine with FBS talent

3. Kayla Reno and Brooke Bray can be one of the best duo’s in the Big Sky Conference

4. This years Grizzly football team has NFL talent

5. The Grizzly football team will host a night playoff game or two under the lights

National Sports

The Real Man’s League (NFL)







St. Louis





Kansas City




N.Y. Giants









Tampa Bay




NCAA over unders




Ohio State-under




Florida State-over


Texas A&M-over

Oklahoma State-even

South Carolina-under




MLB Playoff Race

NL stays the same

Atlanta battles the Cardinals in the NLCS

In the Al….

Texas and Kansas City will win the wild card spots. The ALCS will be Boston and Detroit

The world Series will be Boston vs. St. Louis and the Red Sox will bring back glory to Boston.

Find out more information on these topics and plenty more upcoming local/national sports news at Play Missoula’s/ website- Shane’s  Sportin’ Up Blog. Or KBGA 89.9 Sports talk.




Sportin’ Up Fall edition

Football is back and Fall is on its way.

The Montana Grizzly Football team couldn’t have started their season off on a better note. Beating the historic power house Appalachian State 30-6.

This year’s football team has many new faces and new looks both offensively and defensively. One of the most exciting new faces is running back Travon “Juice”  Van the transfer from Marshall. Under the lights on Saturday night he had 20 carries for over 100 yards. Although he isn’t listed as the starter (Jordan Canada), he will become a household name by mid season. Jordan Canada rushed for over 100 yards on the ground, but most of them came when App St. was beat down and well out of the game.

Jordan Johnson was the story line for the home opener. With a record crowd attendance Jordan Johnson lead the Grizzlies to a flawless first half. Going 11-11 at one point in pass completions/attempts. Many believe in the Griz after a poor season last year and picture perfect start this season.

After such a high stage to start the season, the Grizzlies will have a bye this week then travel to North Dakota for the second straight year. Last year they attacked the Griz secondary and went for more than 680 yards through the air. They will try to exploit the Griz secondary again this year. With possibly the best front seven in the Big Sky Conference, it is easy to see our secondary is the weakest point of the defense.

Several returners on defense include Brock Coyle, Jordan Tripp, J.P. Kanongata’, Anthony Goodwin, Bo Tully, Nate Harris, Matt Hermansen, Alex Bienneman, Zach Wageman, and the young Tyrone Holmes. Tonga Takai was suspended for the opener but will return for the rest of the season. Zach Wageman will lead the defensive line with his freakish Jared Allen like rushing abilities. Tryone Holmes is a young star in the making and between Bienneman, Takai and Caleb Kidder the middle will be set.

Our Linebackers are by far the best in the conference, but Tripp and Coyle lack when put into coverage. For the Griz to be a threat and reach the playoffs they will need corners Harris, Goodwin,  and Josh Denard to step up especially with senior Sean Murray possibly being out for the year. Bo Tully and Matt Hermansen won’t be studs but should show to be athletic enough to stop the over the top.

With a great running game Jordan Johnson won’t be made to force anything and should see consistant play and great numbers to lead our young receiver core. Taylor Walcott missed the home opener, but Washington transfer Jamal Jones looks to be a soon to be favorite target and work horse. Ellis Henderson in his second year will be a solid compliment and deep threat. Tight End Clay Pierson will be sure to be solid in the short game and blocking schemes. With Walcott healthy, and Cam Warren in the slot our offense can be deadly behind a great offensive line and Jordan Johnson. Look for Marq Rogers and Sean Haynes to get some playing time at receiver as well.

With a tough schedule but high potential this years Grizzly team is exciting. My guess is they finish second in the conference behind Eastern Washington and make the playoffs with a deadly and championship ready team.

But who can beat the powerful North Dakota State?!

Don’t miss the home games between Cal Poly, and Eastern Washington as they will light up Washington Grizzly Stadium.

If you enjoyed the game Saturday under the lights…..Don’t Worry

There will be more to come in the playoffs this year in Missoula Montana.

Find out more information on these topics and plenty more upcoming local/national sports news at Play Missoula’s/ website- Shane’s  Sportin’ Up Blog. Or KBGA 89.9 Sports talk.

Missoula Phoenix

The Missoula Phoenix are a semi-pro football team based in Missoula, Montana. The team plays their home games at Washington Grizzly Stadium which it shares with the University of Montana football team.

2013 Schedule:

5/11 Glacier Knights kickoff at 7pm
5/18 Bye
5/25 @ Billings Bullets
6/01 @ GV Snow Devils
6/08 Great Falls Gladiators kickoff at 7pm

For more information about the Missoula Phoenix click here. 

Montana Race Season

[frame align=”right”][/frame]As the weather is getting warmer in Missoula, runners are gearing up for racing season. Here are a few unique races to keep on your radar this summer:

Color Me Rad May 4th, 2013

The Color Me Rad 5K is a unique  race that blasts its runners with various colors of corn starch powder. The race kicks off at the Flying H Stables and Rooster Ridge Pheasant Club.

Missoula River Bank Run May 11, 2013

This is a top ranking event in Runner’s World magazine, it is a 1-mile, 5k or 10k race hosted by the YMCA. Start time for the 10k is 9 a.m., 10:30 for the 5k and 11:45 for the 1-mile run. All races begin at Higgins and Broadway.

Missoula Marathon July 14, 2013

This is the 7th annual Missoula Marathon, hosted by Run Wild Missoula. There are various race options; marathon, half-marathon, 5k, and kids marathon. The marathon and half-marathon race starts at 6 a.m. at Missoula Marathon Expo in Caras Park. The 5k starts at 8 a.m. at Missoula Marathon Expo in Caras Park.

Missoula Marathon Beer Run July 12, 2013

This race is two days before the big Missoula Marathon. It is a great chance to meet runners from all around the world while checking out the beautiful Missoula, Montana sights. Not to mention you will also get to enjoy a refreshing brew from our very own Big Sky Brewing Co. The race includes 3 to 5 mile routes with tour guides to point out cultural and historical highlights of Missoula. This race begins at 6 p.m. at the Iron Horse Brew Pub.

Monthly Beer Run, Last Wednesday of Every Month

Get together with some friends to run a couple miles then continue the fun with a beverage afterwards. This is definitely something to put on your calendar. Starts at 6 p.m. at various locations. Check our events calendar for specifics!

June’s Beer Run is a special one: Between the hours of 5 – 8 p.m., KettleHouse Brewing, 313 N. 1st St. West, will donate 50 cents from every pint sold back to Run Wild Missoula.

Dirty Dash September 7th, 2013

The name explains it all. Dress up with your favorite group of friends and enjoy this unique mud run! The Dirty Dash is a mud run obstacle course, approximately 3.1 miles long. There is also a Beer Chug Obstacle for those over 21, or root beer chug for those who are not. You will get dirty! Race starts in waves every 20 minutes from 9:00 a.m. to 2:40 p.m. at Equestrian Park.

If you are going to be in town for any of these events and need a place to stay, check out our website at:

Spring Mayhem

With Local Grizzly Basketball coming to an end we find ourselves waiting for the big showdown tomorrow between the first ranked Louisville Cardinals vs. the fourth ranked Michigan Wolverines. The Wolverines defeated the Syracuse Orange last night after they ran through all of their opponents including the Montana Grizzlies. The Louisville Cardinals escaped against a scrappy Wichita St. mid major team. This showdown should be on for the ages. Louisville’s full court press vs. the incredible Wolverine offense led by Trey Burke the player of the year.

On the Women’s side

This years tournament has met all expectations. As the Baylor women, and Stanford women lost out early. Notre Dame led by Skylar Diggins will face the other number one seed left in the tournament (UCONN). The fifth ranked Louisville women look to pull off another upset vs. Cal to make it to the final game in both men’s and women’s tournaments.

My NCAA Picks

Men’s Championship

Louisville over Michigan

Women’s Championship

Notre Dame over Louisville

When spring comes so does


America’s pastime is in full swing and is setting the stage to be a very exciting season. The early season favorites are living up to expectation.

Washington Nationals

Cincinnati Reds

Baltimore Orioles

Atlanta Braves

LA Dodgers

Detroit Tigers

San Fransisco Giants

Teams that I expect to improve and be a dark horse of the season

LA Angels

Kansas City Royals

Arizona Diamondbacks

Tampa Bay Rays

Cleveland Indians

In the NBA there is clearly one team that is miles ahead of any other team as playoffs near. The Miami Heat is running full stride to another NBA title. Lebron James is heading the MVP race, and swingman Dwayne Wade is also an MVP candidate. How can you compete with that?

The teams that I think will can possibly compete with the Heat are the Memphis Grizzlies and San Antonio Spurs in the West, and the Indiana Pacer in the East. I don’t see any team coming close to beating the Heat in the playoffs and look to see Lebron and Wade bring another championship to Miami. Especially with Ray Allen and Mike Miller shooting so well.

From Hardwood to the Ice the NHL shortened season is getting interesting. The Chicago Blackhawks have looked dominant all season and the Pittsburgh Penguins are getting better every day. Even though the Penguins lost Sidney Crosby to injury they have too much talent. The playoff race on both sides is intriguing, but I think we will see the Blackhawks facing off against the Penguins for the Stanley Cup.

In other sports worlds Tiger Woods is back and is playing better then ever. Ryan Villapoto is back to is shenanigans as he has dominated the past 6 motocross races in the 450 class. Rafael Nadal is healthy once again and trying to earn the #1 rank in tennis. Jimmy Johnson is driving well and competing to be this years NASCAR champion.

Find out more information on these topics and plenty more upcoming local/national sports news at Play Missoula’s/ website- Shane’s  Sportin’ Up Blog. Or KBGA 89.9 Sports talk.




HarbaughBowl Style

As winter continues to roll through, Football season comes closer to an end.

This season’s superbowl is that of many different exciting stories.

The Ray Lewis story continues as well as the battle of the Harbaugh brothers. Also known as




and many others.

I myself have thought that this years playoffs have been amazing. Close games and new looks.


The wild card round didn’t start it off very good, but improved throughout.
What gets me even more excited is that the Denver Broncos, New England Patriots, and Green Bay Packers aren’t going to be playing for the Lombardi Trophy.

Ray Lewis who is considered to be one of the best middle linebackers to every play the game is seeking his last victory. As great as a story this is, the 49ers won’t give it to him easily. The 49er defense is stout, and look to give Joe Flacco some havoc. It will be exciting to see if Flacco can make it through the game without  turnover, which had done throughout the playoffs this season.

Many people including myself have been dogging on Flacco and the Ravens all season. They have proved to everyone that they deserve to play in the Superbowl. I have said before that I don’t think with Flacco that the Ravens can win a Superbowl. He has overcame some good defenses this year, but nothing like the


that the 49ers praise themselves of. I think that the 49ers win 31-21. I think the Ravens take an early 10-0 lead after the 1st quarter and that Kapernick leads the charge to victory after a huge pick 6 from Navarro Bowman.

Many people would like to see the underdog Ravens come out victorious.

Followed by another moving speech from Ray Lewis and his last victory dance.

I think the key to victory will be the 49ers speed on offense, and the defensive line of the 49ers vs. the Ravens offensive line.

Superbowl 47 will be one to remember, and hopefully isn’t followed by lip syncing from Beyonce.

There is nothing like snacks, hot wings, and laughter from the famous Superbowl commercials.

Griz Nation

This past week was huge for the Grizzly basketball team. They moved up from #24 in the mid major poll to #16 with the home victory over the Weber St. Wildcats. Will Cherry led the charge with 28 pts, and went 15-16 from the free throw line. That win made for 21 straight conference wins and the win against Southern Utah made head coach Wayne Tinkle the most winning coach in Griz history. The Griz begin a two game road stretch against the Portland St. Vikings, and Eastern Washington Eagles.  The anticipated rematch against the Wildcats is on the 14th in Ogden, Utah.

For the Lady Griz things haven’t been quit as smooth even though they are returning from a three game road trip that ended up in wins. They play the Vikings and Eagles at home on their two game home stand. Eastern Washington bested them in Cheney Washington last time, and the ladies look for revenge. The ladies have had great play from Kenzie DeBoer lately and will need that and good post play from Katie Baker.


Find out more information on these topics and plenty more upcoming local/national sports news at Play Missoula’s/ website- Shane’s  Sportin’ Up Blog. Or KBGA 89.9 Sports talk.

Sportin’ Up

Sports fans have been in hibernation of late between bowl season and basketball season. I gave you lots of predictions over bowl season on my last blog. Overall I went 18-17 in bowl predictions, and 4-2 in BCS games.

Griz basketball season is at the beginning of conference play. Both teams, the ladies and men, are looking to win the conference. It seems as if it is going to come down to 2 teams in both the men and women’s conference. On the men’s side it is between Weber St. and the Montana Grizzlies. On the women’s side its between the Eastern Washington Eagles, and the Montana Grizzlies.

The men’s team hasn’t faced off against the Weber St. Wildcats, but do so at the end of the month at Dahlberg arena. This game is huge for both teams, especially when it comes down to hosting the conference tournament. The Lady Griz lost their first game against the EWU Eagles, in Cheney, WA. Next time it will be in Missoula as the Lady Griz look for revenge. The Ladies are going to have to win the next one if they hope to host the women’s Big Sky Conference tournament.

I mention hosting the conference tournament, because this is huge for the Grizzlies since we play better as a whole at Dahlberg arena. For that to happen the women’s team is going to have to shoot better, and get better point guard play from junior Torry Hill. For the men to come away with victories they will have to work on better post play from senior Eric Hutchinson who has struggled all season, and improvement from freshman Andy Martin. Also they will need Will Cherry to come back to form. I think both of these are very possible for both teams and look to see both teams winning the conference.

Now on to national sports.

There were many surprises this year in college football. One of them being Notre Dame in the national championship game against Alabama. Nobody though it would be possible for the independent Fighting Irish to make it that far. They did and disappointed.

I myself didn’t think that they were a quality enough team to play Alabama, especially being an independent team that doesn’t have as hard as a schedule as teams in the SEC, Big 12, and Pac 12. They also don’t have to play in a conference championship game. This is where the BCS is flawed and why the 4 team playoff will help eliminate these problems.

Say Ohio St. the other undefeated team was bowl eligible this year. The 4 team playoff would have been Notre Dame vs. Oregon, and Alabama vs. Ohio St. This would have eliminated the good from the bad. Oregon would have won and Alabama would have won. I think Oregon is a more quality team then both Ohio St. and Notre Dame.

 Now we will discuss the NFL PLAYOFFS!

Who doesn’t like the NFL playoffs?! No one, because the NFL is America’s most popular sport. In the wild card round there weren’t any upsets in my mind, but there were more blowouts then expected. The wild card round was a disappointment when it comes to quality playoff games. The Seattle Hawks, Green Bay Packers, Baltimore Ravens, and Houston Texans moved on to the divisional round.

Here is the rest of my playoff predictions.

Broncos over Ravens                           Patriots over Texans                          49ers over Packers                      Seahawks over Falcons

NFC Championship= 49ers over Seahawks

AFC Championship= Broncos over Patriots

Superbowl= Broncos over 49ers

I think the key for the Broncos is the return of running back Willis McGahee. He gives the Broncos so many more options when it comes to play action with Peyton Manning. If they can draw in the linebackers then nobody will be able to stop Peyton Manning especially on his home field. The key for the 49ers is for Colin Kapernick to not make mistakes, and for them to utilize running back Frank Gore, and tight end Vernon Davis on third downs.

The reason I don’t think the Patriots can continue to win in the playoffs down the stretch is because of their young defense. When they face a quarterback like Peyton Manning he will be able to beat their blitzes and man to man coverages. I also don’t think that the run game for the Patriots is good enough to keep pressure off of Tom Brady.

The Packers lack a good offensive line, and a true running game. Their defense is getting better, especially with the return of Charles Woodson. I don’t think they faced a very good defense when they defeated the Minnesota Vikings. They play a very stout 49ers defense this weekend, and they are playing on the road.

The Atlanta Falcons have lots of flaws, and I think Matt Ryan has been making too many mistakes as of late. I think that the Seahawks corners and defensive backs will slow down Julio Jones, and Roddy White. That will force Matt Ryan into mistakes, and will put a lot of pressure on Michael Turner.

For some quick NBA coverage I will give you my studs and duds and dark horses who will improve before playoffs.


Miami Heat

New York Knicks

Boston Celtics

Oklahoma City Thunder

L.A. Clippers

San Antonio Spurs

Memphis Grizzlies

Golden State Warriors


L.A. Lakers

Portland Trailblazers

Denver Nuggets

Minnesota Timberwolves

Chicago Bulls

Milwaukee Bucks


Philadelphia 76ers

Atlanta Hawks

Indiana Pacers

Brooklyn Nets

Houston Rockets

Utah Jazz

To finish this weeks blog it seems like the Sacremento Kings might be sold, and be brought back to Seattle. The Sonic nation will be proud for a new beginning with promising young players Demarcus Cousins, Tyreke Evans, Jimmer Fredette, Isiah Thomas, and Thomas Robinson.

Find out more information on these topics and plenty more upcoming local/national sports news at Play Missoula’s/ website- Shane’s  Sportin’ Up Blog. Or KBGA 89.9 Sports talk.

Winter Festivities

December in Missoula means a plethora of winter festivities.

Tour of  Trees – November 29th 2pm-7pm and November 30th 11:30am to 4pm

The Tour of Trees is an annual event held at the Holiday Inn Missoula Downtown. This Public event showcases the trees and shares the spirit with our community.

Boogie Wonderland – November 29th 7pm – 12am

Boogie Wonderland is a festive holiday dance with music, affordable tickets and cocktails featuring live music by The Cold Hard Cash Show. The event will be held at Monk’s Bar in downtown Missoula with tickets at $15 per person.

Miracle on 34th Street – November 30th, December 1-2, 5-9 at 8pm

A musical adaptation of the of the popular holiday favorite performed by the Missoula Community Theatre.

2012 Parade of Lights – December 1st

During the 10th Annual Parade of lights there are numerous children’s activities and projects, the arrival of Santa at the Florence building and the Parade of Lights with the lighting of the Downtown Christmas tree at the Red XXXX’s on North Higgins Avenue. Below is the complete schedule of activities.

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  • Teddy Bear Tea – Holiday Inn Downtown at the Park 9 & 11am $7
  • Story and Craft Time – Missoula Public Library 11:30-4pm Free
  • Drop-In Holiday Project – Missoula Art Museum 12-2:30pm Free
  • Tour of the Trees – Holiday Downtown at the Park 12-3pm
  • Family Holiday Movies – The Roxy Theatre 1-5pm Free
  • Pinecone Holiday Trees – Walking Stick Toys 1-5pm Free
  • Holiday Decoration and Ornament Craft Project – Families First Children’s Museum 1-5pm Free
  • Carriage Rides – Higgins and Pine 1-5pm Free
  • Pony Rides with Dunrovin Ranch – Big Dipper 1-5pm Free
  • Photos & Caroling with Santa – Florence Building 1-5pm
  • Orna-deMentia Workshop by Michael deMeng – Zootown Arts Community Center 1-5pm Free
  • Cookie Decorating – Bernices’s Bakery 1-5pm First cookie is free.
  • Festive Ice Skating Pom Poms – Loopy Knit and Crochet 1-3pm Free
  • Ornament Making – Noteworthy Paper & Press 1-3pm $3
  • S’more Making – Carousel for Missoula 2-5pm Free
  • Felt Creatures – Selvedge Studio 3-5pm $5
  • Santa’s Cookie Plate Workshop – Betty’s Divine 3-5pm $10

Holiday Pops – December 1st at 7:30pm

The annual Holiday Pops concert is performed by the Missoula Symphony at the University Theatre. It is a sleighful of music sure to get the audience in the holiday spirit. The event is perfect for all ages, even Santa will be there.


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Missoula Maulers

As the weather continues to cool off, hockey season begins to heat up. The Missoula Maulers were founded in 2007 and have been bringing Missoula hockey ever since. The 2012-2013 season will kicks off on November 23 agains the Billings Bulls in Billings. Mauler homegames are held at the Glacier Ice Rink in Missoula.

The Missoula Maulers reaches out to help the community in different ways like their work with the Montana Food Vank, Habitat for Humanity, and the YMCA. The Maulers also hold an annual game for a “Teddy Bear Toss” and invite the crowd to bring in teddy bears to toss on the ice that will then be donated to various children’s organizations in town.


 The 2012-2013 Schedule

Billings Bulls 11/23/2012 07:30 PM Away
Bozeman Icedogs 11/24/2012 07:30 PM Away
Yellowstone Quake 11/29/2012 07:30 PM Away
Gillette Wild 11/30/2012 07:00 PM Away
Gillette Wild 12/1/2012 07:00 PM Away
Helena Bighorns 12/6/2012 07:05 PM Away
Helena Bighorns 12/7/2012 07:30 PM Home
Helena Bighorns- Teddy Bear Toss 12/14/2012 07:30 PM Home
Bozeman Icedogs 12/15/2012 07:30 PM Away
Bozeman Icedogs 12/16/2012 05:00 PM Away
Great Falls Americans 12/28/2012 07:30 PM Away
Yellowstone Quake 1/5/2013 07:30 PM Home
Gillette Wild 1/11/2013 07:30 PM Home
Gillette Wild – Skate with the Maulers after the Game 1/12/2013 07:30 PM Home
Helena Bighorns 1/18/2013 07:35 PM Away
Great Falls Americans 1/19/2013 07:30 PM Away
Great Falls Americans- Kids Free! 1/20/2013 05:30 PM Home
Yellowstone Quake 1/25/2013 07:30 PM Home
Yellowstone Quake 1/26/2013 07:30 PM Home
Bozeman Icedogs 1/31/2013 07:30 PM Home
Helena Bighorns 2/1/2013 07:35 PM Away
Helena Bighorns 2/2/2013 07:30 PM Home
Billings Bulls 2/8/2013 07:30 PM Home
Billings Bulls – Skate with the Maulers after the Game 2/9/2013 07:30 PM Home
Helena Bighorns- Fan Appreciation Day; Free Admission 2/13/2013 07:30 PM Home
Gillette Wild 2/15/2013 07:00 PM Away
Gillette Wild 2/16/2013 07:00 PM Away
Glacier Nationals 2/22/2013 07:30 PM Home
Yellowstone Quake 2/23/2013 07:00 PM Home
Glacier Nationals 3/1/2013 07:30 PM Home
Glacier Nationals 3/2/2013 07:35 PM Away