Welcome to the Bozeman Icedogs' homepage. With new ownership and a new head coach comes a new attitude. We play in the America West Hockey League and we are looking for players that want to work hard on and off the ice. We are also looking for players that want to improve their skills, develop a strong sense of discipline and motivation while working to move on to the next level of hockey.
"I want players that want to come to the rink every day and that want to learn new systems and skills that will make them better overall players", says new Head Coach Mark Vichorek.
Coming to play in Bozeman for the Icedogs will be a unrivaled experience. It will not just be a hockey experience but, also a chance to become part of a great community. We have our own great locker room in Haynes Pavillion at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds. We are quickly becoming a household name in the community and in the schools since our inception.
We want to become the game in town and the team to beat in the AWHL. It is time to crown a new league champion and we are looking for the players and people to make that happen. Check out Coach Vichorek's Bio in the team drop down and learn more about the man that is going to make you the player you can be.
If you have any questions or concerns about any item regarding the Icedogs please call or email Coach Vichorek for your answers. The information to do so is under the Team Tab and Contact Info. Thanks for visiting the Icedogs' homepage and we hope you join us in becoming a champion.
The ICEDOGS have a new #1 fan! Wyatt and family got a tour of the ICEDOGS locker room and got to hang out with the team last weekend prior to the game.
The Offensive Players of the Week for week 8 are George Splichal of the Yellowstone Quake and Ben Henry of the Bozeman ICEDOGS.
Jesse is playing in his 1st year jr has played very well and has been one of our most consistant players. He’s played various position and done a good job at each of them, not only forward but has filled in at defense also. If we are going to continue to make progress this year Jesse will have to continue to play well and be a leader on and off the ice.