If you live in El Paso and haven't been to a Rhinos game yet, you're missing out on one of things that makes the borderland great.

El Paso isn't supposed to have hockey. It's too damn hot. But they were able to figure out how to turn an old equestrian center into an ice hockey rink, and now El Paso has one of the best junior hockey clubs in the nation.

The El Paso Rhinos have done so well that NBC Sports recently did a feature on them and just how well the Rhinos are doing.

The Rhinos were founded back in 2006 and have been really good. They've won 10 Division Championships, along with Thorne Cup Championships in 2008, 2014, 2018, and 2019.

Need some of the basic info on the Rhinos?

The El Paso Rhinos are an Amateur Athletic Union-sanctioned juniorice hockey team, based in El PasoTexas. The Rhinos compete as part of the Midwest Division of the Western States Hockey League (WSHL). Their home games are played at the County Events Center located within the El Paso County Coliseum complex.