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Suze
12-01-2013, 03:32 PM
New recruit anchorages own Alex jackstadt from Fargo force of the ushl, welcome alex

Wow, you scooped Chris Heisenberg! ;)

seawolfpunk
12-01-2013, 05:31 PM
Wow, you scooped Chris Heisenberg! ;)

Akhockey.com had a tweet from ushr.com

Hal9K
12-01-2013, 09:14 PM
Another Anchorage kid, Alex

uaafanblog
12-03-2013, 09:26 PM
Tad Kozun was named the SJHL's RBC Player of the Month for November ...

http://www.sjhl.ca/page/show/641392-rbc-player-of-the-month

UAA Seawolves Fan
12-08-2013, 04:50 PM
Just in case some of you haven't had enough hockey at the Sully this weekend...

The annual Guns and Hoses hockey game is today at 4PM. This year, Anchorage's Police and Firefighters will compete against UAA Alumni in the community hockey game. Tailgate party starts at 2:30 and doors open at 3. Admission is $1 if wearing a sports jersey and $5 if not.

Come out and see the UAA Alumni doing something for hockey, even if it isn't for their alma mater

Seawolf Fan
12-09-2013, 10:25 AM
Just in case some of you haven't had enough hockey at the Sully this weekend...

The annual Guns and Hoses hockey game is today at 4PM. This year, Anchorage's Police and Firefighters will compete against UAA Alumni in the community hockey game. Tailgate party starts at 2:30 and doors open at 3. Admission is $1 if wearing a sports jersey and $5 if not.

Come out and see the UAA Alumni doing something for hockey, even if it isn't for their alma mater
Did you go?
How was it?
Post a recap?

UAA Seawolves Fan
12-10-2013, 05:29 AM
Did you go?
How was it?
Post a recap?
There game was good! It was nice to see a number of regular UAA hockey supporters in attendance. UAA Athletic Director Keith Hackett was in attendance along with a number of UAA Boosters and former players.

Final score was 4-3 UAA Alums.

The old guys skated better and faster than I was anticipating to be honest. Zaporzan got a hat trick in the first period (be nice if he had a wrister like that during his UAA days...). The Old Guys had good pressure and pretty much owned the first period on shots. Christensen gave one away when he came out of the net and made a long pass, only to the wrong team who then had an empty net to shoot at. It was fun to watch a couple of young goaltenders go at it. Young guys on both teams kept the play decently fast (until the end of the 3rd period...everybody looked tired or ready for a beer...probably a bit of both). I think if Thomas hits a rough patch getting out current skaters going, he should schedule a UAA Alumni vs Current UAA game to put a little jump back in their game. The Alums played quite well.

UAA Alumni included: Todd Bethard, Chris Luiten, Peter Cartwright, Matt Shasby, Chris Pont, Mark Filipenko, Brian Kraft, Jim Dahl, Mike Scott, Daron Underwood, Vladamir Novak, Dean Trboyevich, Bryce Christensen, Matt Williams, Jeff Edwards, Keith Morris, Merit Waldrop, Jeremy Smith, Pete Mcenaney, and Gregg Zaporzan. Current UAA Coach Matt Thomas also suited up for the UAA Alums and Kurt Haider served as bench boss for the former UAA skaters.

The AFD/APD team also included former UAA players Jim Tobin, Tim Molle, Marc Nokelby, Eric Tuott, and Eric Lawson. Anchorage Native and former Colorado College goaltender Drew O'Connell was in net for the AFD/APD squad.

Good hockey game for a good cause. All the money goes to support the Scotty Gomez foundation and stays in the state to support youth hockey.

seawolfpunk
12-10-2013, 02:32 PM
There game was good! It was nice to see a number of regular UAA hockey supporters in attendance. UAA Athletic Director Keith Hackett was in attendance along with a number of UAA Boosters and former players.

Final score was 4-3 UAA Alums.

The old guys skated better and faster than I was anticipating to be honest. Zaporzan got a hat trick in the first period (be nice if he had a wrister like that during his UAA days...). The Old Guys had good pressure and pretty much owned the first period on shots. Christensen gave one away when he came out of the net and made a long pass, only to the wrong team who then had an empty net to shoot at. It was fun to watch a couple of young goaltenders go at it. Young guys on both teams kept the play decently fast (until the end of the 3rd period...everybody looked tired or ready for a beer...probably a bit of both). I think if Thomas hits a rough patch getting out current skaters going, he should schedule a UAA Alumni vs Current UAA game to put a little jump back in their game. The Alums played quite well.

UAA Alumni included: Todd Bethard, Chris Luiten, Peter Cartwright, Matt Shasby, Chris Pont, Mark Filipenko, Brian Kraft, Jim Dahl, Mike Scott, Daron Underwood, Vladamir Novak, Dean Trboyevich, Bryce Christensen, Matt Williams, Jeff Edwards, Keith Morris, Merit Waldrop, Jeremy Smith, Pete Mcenaney, and Gregg Zaporzan. Current UAA Coach Matt Thomas also suited up for the UAA Alums and Kurt Haider served as bench boss for the former UAA skaters.

The AFD/APD team also included former UAA players Jim Tobin, Tim Molle, Marc Nokelby, Eric Tuott, and Eric Lawson. Anchorage Native and former Colorado College goaltender Drew O'Connell was in net for the AFD/APD squad.

Good hockey game for a good cause. All the money goes to support the Scotty Gomez foundation and stays in the state to support youth hockey.

Wish I could've made it, love seeing the alumni back in action.

seawolfpunk
12-10-2013, 08:49 PM
Chalk talk with coach Thomas Friday at 615 in the northeast student room

Suze
12-11-2013, 10:28 AM
There game was good! It was nice to see a number of regular UAA hockey supporters in attendance. UAA Athletic Director Keith Hackett was in attendance along with a number of UAA Boosters and former players.

Final score was 4-3 UAA Alums.

The old guys skated better and faster than I was anticipating to be honest. Zaporzan got a hat trick in the first period (be nice if he had a wrister like that during his UAA days...). The Old Guys had good pressure and pretty much owned the first period on shots. Christensen gave one away when he came out of the net and made a long pass, only to the wrong team who then had an empty net to shoot at. It was fun to watch a couple of young goaltenders go at it. Young guys on both teams kept the play decently fast (until the end of the 3rd period...everybody looked tired or ready for a beer...probably a bit of both). I think if Thomas hits a rough patch getting out current skaters going, he should schedule a UAA Alumni vs Current UAA game to put a little jump back in their game. The Alums played quite well.

UAA Alumni included: Todd Bethard, Chris Luiten, Peter Cartwright, Matt Shasby, Chris Pont, Mark Filipenko, Brian Kraft, Jim Dahl, Mike Scott, Daron Underwood, Vladamir Novak, Dean Trboyevich, Bryce Christensen, Matt Williams, Jeff Edwards, Keith Morris, Merit Waldrop, Jeremy Smith, Pete Mcenaney, and Gregg Zaporzan. Current UAA Coach Matt Thomas also suited up for the UAA Alums and Kurt Haider served as bench boss for the former UAA skaters.

The AFD/APD team also included former UAA players Jim Tobin, Tim Molle, Marc Nokelby, Eric Tuott, and Eric Lawson. Anchorage Native and former Colorado College goaltender Drew O'Connell was in net for the AFD/APD squad.

Good hockey game for a good cause. All the money goes to support the Scotty Gomez foundation and stays in the state to support youth hockey.

We usually go to this event, but didn't make it this year so thanks for the recap. Sounds like it was a lot of fun. Was the arena fairly full? Did they close off the balcony until the lower bowl was full like in years past? Nokelby and McEnaney - now that takes ya back a few!

vizoroo
12-11-2013, 05:21 PM
Is there any follow up on the alleged assault of the uaf Nanook mascot?

UAA Seawolves Fan
12-12-2013, 05:36 AM
We usually go to this event, but didn't make it this year so thanks for the recap. Sounds like it was a lot of fun. Was the arena fairly full? Did they close off the balcony until the lower bowl was full like in years past? Nokelby and McEnaney - now that takes ya back a few!
There were certainly some names from a little ways back...

I wouldn't say that it was full but it was a decent crowd. The balcony was closed but by the end of the game a few people made their way up top. The lower mezzanine had a good crowd. Maybe a few more empty seats than the usual UAA crowed this season.

Suze
12-12-2013, 11:17 AM
There were certainly some names from a little ways back...

I wouldn't say that it was full but it was a decent crowd. The balcony was closed but by the end of the game a few people made their way up top. The lower mezzanine had a good crowd. Maybe a few more empty seats than the usual UAA crowed this season.

Sounds about like years past then. Hopefully we'll have a good crowd for this weekends games as well! The Aces are tied for 4th place, so maybe their bandwagon falls will start falling off the wagon. ;)

Seawolf Fan
12-12-2013, 02:02 PM
The grinch's column reverted to form today.
May his stocking contain an abundance of coal!

UAA08
12-12-2013, 11:42 PM
Is there any follow up on the alleged assault of the uaf Nanook mascot?

Not sure on follow up, but I don't think Big or Little Nook will be making the trip next time.

AKSWF
12-13-2013, 01:20 AM
Our new AD is very outgoing and full of energy. We seem to be on the same schedule since I now regularly bump into him in the morning at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex around 7:40 am. He goes around saying good morning to everybody he sees at the 'Farg, and says it full of joy and spirit, reminds me of old Saint Nick :D

Suze
12-13-2013, 01:44 AM
Our new AD is very outgoing and full of energy. We seem to be on the same schedule since I now regularly bump into him in the morning at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex around 7:40 am. He goes around saying good morning to everybody he sees at the 'Farg, and says it full of joy and spirit, reminds me of old Saint Nick :D

He's the same in the booster rooms at the Sully. Very upbeat, saying hi to everyone, commenting on how good the food is, etc. Very refreshing!

seawolfpunk
12-15-2013, 03:14 AM
Not a bad way to end the first half of the year with a thrilling win with 15 seconds left. Some thoughts from the first half

This team sure knows how to bounce back and has shown a lot of resiliency this year.

Goaltenders have all shown flashes of brilliancy

Coaching change has paid off so far.

Go seawolves merry Christmas Seawolf nation.

seawolfpunk
12-15-2013, 02:57 PM
Just out of curiosity, does anyone know what happened to Lyle woods? Did he quit again?

Seawolf Fan
12-15-2013, 04:49 PM
Whoever is doing the SOG call needs improvement. Maybe that seat doesn't have a very good view because this appears to be a multi year long problem on both ends of the ice.
Whoever is doing the music this year is doing a great job!