There’s a chance for lake effect snow this weekend along Lake Superior and Marquette, Mich., where the Chargers will resume WCHA action against the Northern Michigan Wildcats.
That shouldn’t prevent you from watching and cheering the boys tonight and Saturday at 6:07 p.m. Central both nights. Here’s how:
- VIDEO: WCHA TV on America One (subscription – remember that a subscription gets you ALL WCHA games for all teams)
- LIVE STATS: nmuwildcats.com
- AUDIO: NMU Sports Stream
- TWITTER: @weloveuahhockey (us), @uahhockey (official), @uahchargers (official), @NMUHockey (official)
Also, the Atlanta chapter of the UAH Alumni Association will be hosting a game-watching party at Hudson Grille Brookhaven on Peachtree Street.
On the way to the Upper Peninsula, the Chargers stopped in Green Bay on Thursday to practice and visit Lambeau Field:
|1.10||Goals per game||2.60|
|5.00||Goals allowed per game||2.78|
|16.4||Penalty minutes per game||16.0|
|Regan Soquila (1-3-4)
Alex Allan (3-0-3)
Chad Brears (3-0-3)
|Leading scorers||Stephan Vigier (10-2-12)
C.J. Ludwig (4-6-10)
Erik Higby (3-3-6)
(5 GS, 3.94 GAA, .888 SV%)
(5 GS, 5.82 GAA, .849, SV%)
(7 GS, 2.43 GAA, .922 SV%)
(3 GS, 3.86 GAA, .863 SV%)
UAH is 0-3-1 all-time against Northern Michigan. The last meeting was Jan. 31, 2004 in Huntsville, a 3-3 tie.
NMU comes into the series on a 3-game unbeaten streak. Idle last weekend, the Wildcats won and tied at Western Michigan. NMU is currently in a five-way tie for fifth in the WCHA with four points.
Stephan Vigier has been the top offensive force for Northern Michigan. Vigier leads the WCHA in goals with 10, and is average a goal a game. He and C.J. Ludwig are among the top ten in the league in points.