Four more home games remain, and two are Friday and Saturday night against Lake Superior State. Puck drop is 7:07 p.m. both nights, and general admission tickets are free!
You can expect pick up the free general admission tickets at the door. Reserved tickets are available through Ticketmaster and the VBC box office. This week’s promotions are:
- Friday: The first 500 fans receive a set of UAH hockey trading cards. It’s also Weather Awareness Night with the Rocket City Weather Fest.
- Saturday: The first 500 fans Saturday receive a free team photo. The Nashville Predators’ mascot, Gnash, will make a return appearance. UAH’s WCHA Scholar-Athletes will be honored before the game.
If you can’t make the game, there are many ways to follow the action:
- VIDEO: WCHA TV on America One (subscription)
- LIVE STATS: uahchargers.com
- AUDIO: WYSS
- TWITTER: @weloveuahhockey (us), @uahhockey (official), @uahchargers (official), @LSSUathletics (official), @LakeStateHockey (unofficial)
|WCHA rank in parentheses|
|1-20-1 (10th)||Conference record||10-12-0 (9th)|
|1.00 (10th)||Goals per game||2.80 (5th)|
|4.59 (10th)||Goals allowed per game||3.27 (9th)|
|13.0 (8th)||Penalty minutes per game||12.9 (9th)|
|7.7% (10th)||Power play||16.5% (6th)|
|68.0% (10th)||Penalty kill||81.3% (7th)|
|Matt Salhany (4-7-11)
Jack Prince (5-4-9)
Chad Brears (5-3-8)
Steve Koshey (1-7-8)
Frank Misuraca (2-5-7)
|Leading scorers||Alex Globke (11-18-29)
Colin Campbell (10-22-22)
Dan Radke (5-16-21)
Kevin Czuczman (9-10-19)
Stephen Perfetto (5-13-18)
(16 GS, 3.95 GAA, .903 SV%)
(16 GS, 5.20 GAA, .877 SV%)
(15 GS, 2.51 GAA, .931 SV%)
(15 GS, 3.81 GAA, .891 SV%)
The Chargers are 2-3-1 all-time against the Lakers. Last season in Sault Ste. Marie, UAH won the first game 2-1 before falling 0-4. This is LSSU’s second visit to Huntsville: The Lakers won a pair of one-goal games at the Von Braun Center to start the 2011-12 season.
The Lakers have split their last three series (at Bowling Green, home vs. Alaska-Anchorage, and at Northern Michigan), winning the first game and losing the second in each. They are in ninth place in the WCHA, one point behind Northern Michigan for the eighth and final playoff spot, but only sixth place behind third-place Alaska-Anchorage.
Lake Superior’s leading scorer, Alex Globke, is tied for sixth in the WCHA in points with 29 (leading all league freshmen), and tied for fourth in assists with 18. Kevin Kapalka leads the WCHA in save percentage at .931.