UNO’s aim: turn tables on Bemidji
Ryan Walters, left, says UNO has to make short passes and skate through Bemidji State’s zone trap. “They’re a hard-working team,” he said of the Beavers. “Anybody can beat anybody, especially in the WCHA. It just takes a couple of bounces here and a couple of bounces there.”
Posted: Thursday, January 24, 2013 12:00 am
All things physical and philosophical, strategic and sublime, can’t entirely describe Bemidji State’s spell on the UNO hockey program.
“It’s obviously been frustrating in the past, but we’ve got to just take it like another game,” Mavericks captain Brent Gwidt said. “It’s going to be another road game, second half of the season, it’s as important as any. We can’t go in there hoping, we’ve got to go in there wanting wins — bad.”
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Thursday, January 24, 2013 12:00 am.