Time for the shortest conference road trip! The Chargers visit Bowling Green on Friday and Saturday. Puck drop is 6:07 p.m. Central Time both nights. Follow all the action:
- VIDEO: WCHA TV on America One (subscription)
- LIVE STATS: BGSUFalcons.com
- AUDIO: BG Radio Sports
- TWITTER: @weloveuahhockey (us), @uahhockey (official), @uahchargers (official), @BGSU_Hockey (independent fan site), @BGathletics (official)
|0.93||Goals per game||3.00|
|4.50||Goals allowed per game||2.69|
|13.0||Penalty minutes per game||17.1|
|Regan Soquila (1-3-4)
Steven Koshey (1-3-4)
Alex Allan (3-0-3)
Chad Brears (3-0-3)
Jeff Vanderlugt (3-0-3)
|Leading scorers||Bryce Williamson (7-8-15)
Dan DeSalvo (4-10-14)
Brent Tate (6-4-10)
Mark Cooper (6-4-10)
Ben Murphy (6-1-7)
(7 GS, 3.52 GAA, .897 SV%)
(7 GS, 5.30 GAA, .867, SV%)
(8 GS, 2.51 GAA, .905 SV%)
(8 GS, 2.53 GAA, .899 SV%)
Bowling Green leads 7-2-1 in the all-time series with UAH. The Falcons and Chargers last met in Oct. 2011, with BG winning 4-2 and 3-0. BG has a 4-0-1 overall record against UAH at home.
UAH lost 5-2 to Notre Dame and 1-0 to Western Michigan last week at the Shillelagh Tournament in South Bend, Indiana. The loss to WMU was the Chargers’ fifth one-goal loss this season, all on Saturdays. Jeff Vanderlugt scored two goals against Notre Dame, giving him three on the season to move into a tie for the team lead.
The Falcons have lost five of their last seven, with four of those seven games going to overtime. BG was swept at Lake Superior by identical 4-3 scores last week, which dropped the Falcons to a tie for fifth place with Michigan Tech and Northern Michigan in the WCHA.
UAH is searching for its first win of the season. The Chargers have lost 23 straight games dating back to last season, and have lost 16 straight on the road.
Next week, the Chargers return home to face Minnesota State at the Von Braun Center.