Articles from 2018
Help the Crash fundraise for the Team by eating at Chipotle (8889 Gateway Blvd.) on Oct. 15 between 5 and 9 pm!
The Rhinos earn their first sweep of the season with three wins over the Dallas Snipers in Plano, TX.
The Rhinos started off the season with a Black and Orange inter-squad game! The Black Team, coached by former Rhino Grady Little, held off the Orange team, led by Rhino alum Jeffrey Schmudlach, to win 8-5.
Join us for our 10th Annual Golf Tournament on October 19 at Vista Hills Country Club!
See the Rhinos in action in their first home game of the season on Sept. 29!
Click here to see the Rhinos' 2018-19 full schedule!
Tune into Lou Romano's sportscast on CBS4 at 5:30 and 10 pm tomorrow to see the Rhinos' 2018-19 schedule!
This week, the Rhinos will be taking part in an international awareness campaign that is part of a global movement to encourage more people to become regular blood donors.
Check out the Rhinos' new online store!
The Rhinos will start the off-season by hosting a tryout camp in Regina, Saskatchewan. The camp, which costs $25, will be held at the Co-Operator’s Center in Regina on June 8, 9 and 10.
Coach Cory Herman and his team, the El Paso Rhinos, walked in to commissioner’s court proudly carrying their prize Monday morning.
The Rhinos defeat the Ogden Mustangs, 3-2, to win the franchise's third Thorne Cup.
Kayden Pickles and the Rhinos shutout the Idaho IceCats, 4-0, to advance to the Thorne Cup Championship game. They will take on the Odgen Mustangs for the title.
Austin Simpson scores the game winning goal against the Utah Outliers in the Rhinos' final Round-Robin game. With the win, El Paso advances to the Thorne Cup Semi-Final game against the Idaho IceCats.
With a decisive 9-1 win, the Rhinos sweep the Blazers and become the 2018 Midwest Division Champions!
On April 27, 28, and 29, the Rhinos will host a tryout camp in Rhino Country! Click to register.
The Rhinos complete the sweep of the Wichita Thunder with an 18-0 game three win.
Sare's hat trick helps lift the Rhinos to a 13-0 win over the Thunder in game two.
Krasanovsky and the Rhinos shutout the Wichita Thunder in Game 1, scoring 21 goals throughout the game.
The El Paso Rhinos give Carlos Rivera Elementary students a break from testing!
More fights, another shutout, another win, another sweep. Check out the highlights from yesterday's 11-0 win over the Dallas Snipers!
The Rhinos, with the help of the best fans in junior hockey, set a new organization record for their annual St. Baldrick’s fundraiser!
Another game, another hat trick -- this one for Chaseton Sare in a 7-1 win. The Rhinos are over 90 points now and looking for more.
Jakob Kranabetter's 5-point night gives him the all-time league scoring record, Filip Krasanovsky earns his league-best 10th shutout and the Rhinos are a point away from 90 for the season.
Over the weekend, the Rhinos scored 45 goals in a sweep of the Thunder in Wichita.
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Filip Krasanosvky and the Rhinos shut out the Eagles for a clean sweep. With their three wins, the Rhinos are the first WSHL team to reach 40 wins this season.
In the second overtime, Donald Alchin scores the game winning goal to the give the Rhinos a two game lead in the series.
The Rhinos' strong third period leads them to a win over the Colorado Junior Eagles in game one.
The Rhinos are pleased to announce the hiring of Chris Coury, the franchise's new Midwest Scout.
Kayden Pickles and the Rhinos shutout the Snipers for the second game of the series.
The Rhinos blanked Wichita in all three games, scoring 32 unanswered goals over the weekend.
Despite scoring first, the Rhinos dropped their second Round Robin game to the OKC Blazers with a final score of 4-3.
Held to a single goal by Chaseton Sare, the Rhinos fell to the Long Beach Bombers in the first Round Robin game of the Thorne Cup tournament. Despite the loss, Sare's goal incited the 10th annual Teddy Bear Toss in memory of Joni Arnett.
Toss your teddies after the Rhinos' first goal on April 11!
The Rhinos will play at 7 pm on April 11, 12, and 13! Click to find out their opponents and the Thorne Cup format.
Last night, the Rhinos staved off the Blazers' comeback attempt and earned a 3-2 win in the first game of the Midwest Division Finals series.
Rhinos Head Coach Cory Herman and Lou Romano CBS4 talk about the Rhinos' post-season on CBS4
"El Paso Rhinos dominance leads to hockey boom at all levels"
With a 10-0 shutout in game two, the Rhinos swept the Dallas Snipers to advance to the Midwest Division Finals. They'll be back in Rhino Country next Friday, March 30, at 7 pm!
Leeam Tivers and Phil Pugliese both earned hat tricks in last night's 11-0 win over the Dallas Snipers. With one more win, the Rhinos will sweep the Snipers and advance to the Midwest Division Finals.
On April 8, the Rhinos will host their annual Fan Party from 12 to 2 pm at the rink!
Stop by the rink and pick up your playoff tickets today!
The Rhinos will host both rounds of playoffs here in Rhino Country! Click for details on dates, times, and tickets.
Kids Weekend in Rhino Country will be fun for the whole family! Kids under 12 receive free admission on Friday, we'll have Try Hockey for Free at 4:30 local law enforcement will offer pre-game activities on Saturday, then Paint the Ice on Sunday.
The Rhinos will shave their heads for the eighth straight year to raise money for childhood cancer research.
El Paso netted 13 goals and blanked the Snipers in the first game of their United Blood Services series.
The Rhinos win the final two games against the Blazers to earn a series win in Oklahoma City.
On Thursday at 5 pm, use the photo of Spike posted on the Rhinos' social media platforms to determine where he is! The first person to shake his hand will receive FREE tickets and Rhino gear.