Sweat and tears and heart were left on the Colosseo Ice as the Bulls fell 5-3 to the Alaska Aces Saturday night.
Despite a third period rally from a three-point deficit, the Bulls would fall just short in Game 4.
In the first playoff hockey at the Cow Palace since April of 1996, the visiting Aces would skate to a 4-1 victory.
Thomas Heemskerk would post 32 saves for the shutout and the first playoff victory ever by the first-year ECHL expansion team.
Friday night, the Bulls matched the Alaska Aces check-for-check and rush-for-rush. For about the first five minutes.
A whopping 6,034 turned out for a fight-loaded, penalty-heavy matchup against the third-place Idaho Steelheads.
More old teammates are returning to the Cow Palace just as the San Francisco Bulls head into their first playoff run.
It was a battle of defenses and a master matchup of netminders Wednesday night at the Cow Palace.
With only a couple regular season games left, the Bulls are getting a familiar face back in time for the postseason.
Rivalry weekend came to a close in front of quite possibly the rowdiest crowd of 3,892 the Cow Palace has hosted.
Nothing keeps you on your toes like a game that saves all the drama for the final seconds of regulation.
San Francisco’s top two scorers are headed to the AHL, just as the Bulls prepare for their inaugural run in the ECHL playoffs.
Orange & Black prove to still be playoff-bound colors, as the San Francisco Bulls found out Tuesday night.
The friendly homecoming was definitely over at the San Francisco Bulls game on St. Patty’s Sunday.
The ECHL trade deadline might have passed, but that hasn’t stopped the Bulls from making more shifts to their roster.