ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The University of Alaska Anchorage hockey team is always the odd team out in UAA sports on Thanksgiving week; the Seawolves’ home ice is otherwise occupied, but they’re used to it.
UAA headed to Colorado Springs, Colo. Wednesday for a Friday-Saturday series with the Colorado College Tigers. The Tigers are off to a slower-than-usual start, and UAA has one point more than them in the
That record, however, doesn’t mean the Seawolves are going into the series with any semblance of overconfidence.
“C.C., again, a very good skating team, very good on special teams,” said UAA coach Dave Shyiak. “We want to try and keep it five-on-five, make them come 200 feet and just take care of the puck up and down the ice. We can't turn it over, and we've just got to capitalize on the chances we get.”
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