BYU Hockey gets whipped by Wyoming


The BYU hockey team lost badly to Wyoming University 7-1 Friday after some less-than-lackluster play from the Cougar players.

When asked about the reasons for the outcome, BYU team captain Brendan Hubbard said there were too many players who didn’t show up to play at the level they are capable of playing at.

The Cougars have lost their last two games with a combined score of 15-2. Their next game is Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. against the Utah State Aggies, who are currently ranked number one in the American Collegiate Hockey Association standings. The Cougars will have to step up their game considerably if they are to take down Utah State hockey’s power house.

As the Cougars are playing this season with a short roster, they will have to find more ways to compensate if they are to achieve their goal of winning half or more of their games this season.

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