A woman selling a smartphone on Craigslist met the buyer last weekend in the parking lot of the McDonald’s near the Cow Palace, according to police, and the result was a rather slow robbery. Read More
DALY CITY — With a culture and an identity established in the locker room, the San Francisco Bulls are looking to make a leap up the standings in their second year.
The Bulls’ inaugural season reached a conclusion on Saturday when the Alaska Aces eliminated them from the Kelly Cup playoffs with a 4-1 series win. But coach Pat Curcio said he is proud of the way his team finished the season. Read More
DALY CITY — Back-to-back second-period goals by the Alaska Aces sunk the San Francisco Bulls in Game 3 of their first-round Kelly Cup playoff series against the ECHL’s top team.
The Aces bounced back from Thomas Heemskerk’s Game 2 shutout with a 4-1 win Thursday, taking a 2-1 series lead over the Bulls. Read More
DALY CITY — Thomas Heemskerk didn’t know if he’d be starting in between the pipes for Game 2 of the San Francisco Bulls’ first-round playoff series with the Alaska Aces when he awoke on Saturday morning. He had surrendered four goals on 28 shots in Game 1 and coach Pat Curcio yanked him after 35 minutes. Read More
After weeks of anticipation, the puck is finally dropping on the San Francisco Bulls’ first-ever playoff series and the team will need to play near-perfect hockey to advance. Read More
DALY CITY — Playoff rosters need to be in by Monday and San Francisco Bulls coach Pat Curcio is juggling a lot of moving parts. With the first playoff series in franchise history set to get underway on April 5, Curcio is treating the last three games of the regular season, including tonight’s contest with the Idaho Steelheads, as a tryout for the Bulls’ 23-man playoff roster. Read More
The Kelly Cup playoffs are coming to the Cow Palace in the San Francisco Bulls’ inaugural season as an ECHL franchise.
The Bulls (24-35-7) clinched a playoff spot on Tuesday when the ninth-place Bakersfield Condors lost to the Las Vegas Wranglers in regulation. Read More
With six home games remaining, the San Francisco Bulls’ box office figures are right where president-coach Pat Curcio expected them to be.
The Bulls are averaging 4,226 fans per game in their inaugural season at the Cow Palace, which ranks 15th out of 23 teams in the ECHL. Attendance is less than 500 fans below the league average and Curcio considers it a victory.
“Our goal was to average between 3,000 and 3,500 per game and we’ve exceeded that,” Curcio said. Read More
State Sen. Mark Leno is on a tear against gun violence. While he was never exactly pro-gun, he’s using his final term in Sacramento to spearhead a number of initiatives. Read More
San Francisco Bulls fans might not recognize their team when the squad returns to action at the Cow Palace on March 6.
The Bulls added finesse to the roster with the arrival of forward Yanni Gourde from the AHL Worcester Sharks, but the team is losing toughness with the call-up of Kris Belan to the Manchester Monarchs.
“We’ll be really skilled and probably less physical,” coach and president Pat Curcio said. Read More