The Amarillo Wranglers (26-23) have eight games left on their NAHL regular season schedule, six of those are at home in the Civic Center. This weekend’s two-game series against the Shreveport Mudbugs (28-18) is important for the Wranglers’ final playoff push.
The Amarillo Wranglers earned a much needed weekend sweep over the El Paso Rhinos, winning Saturday 5-3. Amarillo’s Ukrainian Danylo Korzhyletskyi and Latvian Kristaps Skrastins recorded two goals each. Glebs Prohornekovs recorded the other goal.
18-year-old Danylo Korzhyletskyi left Ukraine early February to follow his dream of playing hockey in America. On the same day Russia controlled areas outside the capital of Kyiv, Korzhyletskyi’s hometown, the forward scored his first career NAHL goal.
The Amarillo Wranglers have struggled as of late, but not because of a lack of talent. Two Wranglers from the inaugural roster have signed Division I scholarship offers, forward Kristaps Skrastins and two-way center Glebs Prohorenkovs.
The Amarillo Wranglers are sporting a special Spiderman jersey for their two-day challenge against the Wichita Falls Warriors. The jerseys will be sold in a silent auction on Saturday to raise money for the non-profit with the most people in attendance.
The Amarillo Wranglers (19-10) sit second in the NAHL South Division after handing the Odessa Jackalopes a 5-3 loss at the Civic Center. The Wranglers are in their inaugural season and they’re already producing a good season.
The Amarillo Ice Ranch is officially open as community members gathered for a ribbon cutting and other welcoming events this afternoon.Community members were welcomed to the Ice Ranch with music, food trucks, a free skate, games and more, to celebrate the opening of a brand new ice arena.
Amarillo 9-year-old Robert Bradley has a passion for hockey, but his disability kept him on the bench until now. He received the gift of a lifetime on Thursday from the Jim Lea Golf Memorial Tournament, and he got to try it out at the Amarillo Ice Ranch.
The Amarillo Wranglers revealed their new logo today, and fans will be pleased to see some of the old trademarks coming back to life. Wranglers President Austin Sutter said the goal was to give the logo an Amarillo vibe that was tough and simple.
marillo hockey fans were introduced to next season’s NAHL locally owned team, the Wranglers, a mascot that’s making a comeback from a Pittsburgh Penguins farm team that played in Amarillo in the 60′s and 70′s.