Jan 022014
 
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The Chargers’ renovated locker room at the VBC was unveiled on Thursday.
Photos by UAH Sports Information. More photos here

Happy New Year! The Chargers start the second half of the season back at the Von Braun Center, hosting the Bowling Green Falcons in WCHA play. Puck drop is 7:07 p.m. both Friday and Saturday nights.

Tickets are available through Ticketmaster and the VBC box office. This week’s promotions are:

  • Kids 12 and under get free admission for all remaining home games this season.
  • Friday night, the first 500 fans receive a set of UAH hockey trading cards.
  • Saturday night, the first 1,000 fans receive a mini hockey stick.

If you can’t make the game, there are many ways to follow the action:

TEAM COMPARISON
UAH_logo_100 2013-14 Stats
WCHA rank in parentheses
1-19-0 Overall record 9-9-4
1-11-0 (10th) WCHA record 6-6-2 (T-3rd)
1.05 (10th) Goals per game 2.91 (3rd)
4.25 (10th) Goals allowed per game 2.73 (6th)
14.5 (6th) Penalty minutes per game 15.4 (5th)
8.1% (10th) Power play 18.3% (5th)
66.7% (10th) Penalty kill 83.3% (6th)
Matt Salhany (2-5-7)
Frank Misuraca (1-5-6)
Chad Brears (4-1-5)
Alex Allan (3-1-4)
Jack Prince (3-1-4)
Leading scorers Bryce Williamson (9-9-18)
Dan DeSalvo (4-12-16)
Mark Cooper (8-6-14)
Brent Tate (7-6-13)
Ben Murphy (8-2-10)
Carmine Guerriero
(10 GS, 3.51 GAA, .907 SV%)
Matt Larose
(10 GS, 4.93 GAA, .883 SV%)
Goaltending Tommy Burke
(12 GS, 2.59 GAA, .909 SV%)
Tomas Sholl
(10 GS, 2.58 GAA, .899 SV%)

 

The last time these teams met was a wonderful time. But enough about that, because the Falcons are itching to get rid the taste of that overtime loss just four weeks ago in Bowling Green.

Last week, the Falcons finished third in the Three Rivers Classic in Pittsburgh. BG lost to No. 7 Boston College 5-0 in the semifinals before beating host Robert Morris 3-2 in the consolation game. The Falcons’ last WCHA series was at Michigan Tech three weeks ago, earning a 3-2 win and a 4-4 tie. With 14 points, Bowling Green is tied with Bemidji State for third place in the WCHA.

The Chargers have lost four straight since the win, losing 4-1 twice at home to Minnesota state, and losing 5-0 and 3-2 at No. 14 Wisconsin.

The all-time series is 8-3-1 in favor of Bowling Green. The Falcons are 3-2 in Huntsville.

More previews:

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