Just a month ago, both Terry Broadhurst and Matt White were sitting in the top 10 rankings for national scoring. Though Broadhurst has slipped a little back to a tie for 17th, White remains hanging on to the top 10 in ninth place.
Players and coaches involved in the sport of hockey talk often about how small and close-knit the hockey world is. That connection was evident on Sunday Aug. 28 when the UNO hockey community came together to support one of its own.
What's that popular saying about everyone loving a comeback? In UNO's four road games, the Mavs have fallen behind every time.
Four times they have fallen behind 3-0, and three of those times they have failed to mount a comeback. But winning, as John Madden said, is a great deodorant.
In 2010, UNO became an official member of the WCHA, arguably the toughest conference in college hockey. With 37 national championships and a multitude of players in the NHL, the Mavs were picked to finish near the bottom of the conference.