The Mustangs are heading to the Western States Hockey League finals with a shot at the league’s ultimate prize: the Thorne Cup.

The six-team event takes place April 11-15 in El Paso, Texas.


Flight A
1. El Paso Rhinos
2. Idaho IceCats
3. Ogden Mustangs

Flight B
4. Long Beach Bombers
5. Oklahoma City Blazers
6. Utah Outliers


The six teams are separated into two three-team flights, playing a modified round-robin against the three teams in the other flight, April 11-13. The four teams with the highest point total out of the round robin will advance to the semi-finals on April 14. The two winners will advance to the finals on April 15.

(Rankings 1-4 are based off of divisional champions sorted by regular season point totals. Rankings 5-6 are based off of remaining teams sorted by regular season point totals.)


April 11
10 a.m. – Outliers vs. Mustangs
2 p.m. – Blazers vs. IceCats
7 p.m. – Bombers vs. Rhinos

April 12
10 a.m. – Outliers vs. IceCats
2 p.m. – Mustangs vs. Bombers
7 p.m. – Blazers vs. Rhinos

April 13
10 a.m. – Bombers vs. IceCats
2 p.m. – Blazers vs. Mustangs
7 p.m. – Outliers vs. Rhinos

April 14
2 p.m. – Semifinal 1
7 p.m. – Semifinal 2

April 15
4:30 p.m. – Championship Game


All 12 games at the event can be viewed live or on-demand from Black Dog Hockey. We’ll have our own Jon McBride in El Paso on the Mustangs broadcasts. El Paso offers a quality, multi-camera broadcast with in-game replays. More info: Black Dog on Facebook.


All-tournament passes range from $70 to $125, depending on where you want to sit. Fill out the following form and email it to

Individual game tickets are also available, ranging from $7 to $35 per game: