This is one series where the boys can use all the support they can get. Third-ranked St. Cloud State comes to town as UAH’s lone non-conference home opponent of the season.
Tickets are available through Ticketmaster and the VBC box office. This week’s promotions are:
- Friday night, kids 12 and under bringing a canned food item gets free admission.
- Saturday night, the first 1,000 fans receive a pair of UAH Chargers thunder sticks.
If you can’t make the game, there are many ways to follow the action:
- VIDEO: WCHA TV on America One (subscription – remember that a subscription gets you ALL WCHA games for all teams)
- LIVE STATS: uahchargers.com
- AUDIO: KNSI radio
- TWITTER: @weloveuahhockey (us), @uahhockey (official), @uahchargers (official), @SCSUHUSKIES_MH (official)
|0-6-0 WCHA||Conference record||3-1-0 NCHC|
|1.00||Goals per game||2.63|
|4.50||Goals allowed per game||1.88|
|16.1||Penalty minutes per game||9.1|
|3/40 (7.5%)||Power play||3/32 (9.4%)|
|25/41 (61.0%)||Penalty kill||21/24 (87.5%)|
|Alex Allan (3-0-3)
Chad Brears (3-0-3)
Regan Soquila (0-3-3)
|Leading scorers||Nic Dowd (4-3-7)
Jonny Brodzinski (1-5-6)
Kalle Kossila (3-2-5)
(4 GS, 2.94 GAA, .914 SV%)
(4 GS, 6.27 GAA, .832, SV%)
(7 GS, 1.86 GAA, .931 SV%)
Not only is St. Cloud State the highest-ranked Division I team to ever visit the VBC, the Huskies are coming off a Frozen Four appearance last spring. St. Cloud lost to Quinnipiac in the national semifinals.
As you may have heard, the Huskies feature Huntsville native Nic Dowd. The senior captain has 34 goals and 54 assists in his St. Cloud State career.
At 3-1, the Huskies are currently tied for first place atop the new National Collegiate Hockey Conference with Nebraska-Omaha. St. Cloud is coming off a split at home with Miami last weekend.
UAH and St. Cloud State have one common opponent. The Huskies won 3-2 and tied 2-2 against Bemidji State to open the season in St. Cloud.
St. Cloud State has won all nine meetings against the Chargers. Six of those games were in St. Cloud, including two last season. The first four meetings came all the way back to 1988.