Video: UConn Men’s Hockey Hoping For Even Better Attendance This Season

When you look at the attendance statistics from the UConn Huskies men’s hockey teams first season in Hockey East, you’ll see them at the top of the standings.

In 14 home games last season during Hockey East play, the UConn Huskies averaged 5,396 fans. Boston College was second with 5,221 followed by UMass Lowell with 5,120.

This year they’ll have 10 Hockey East home games and 15 overall at the XL Center.

They’ll take on all the top teams from Hockey East at home so UConn Huskies head coach Mike Cavanaugh is expecting even better attendance this season. And not just for Hockey East games.

Watch and/or listen below as the UConn Huskies head coach plus alternate captain Shawn Pauly talk about better attendance this season and the atmosphere at the XL Center.

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Video: UConn’s Spencer Naas Has Knack For Game-Winning Goals

When UConn men’s hockey forward Spencer Naas scored the only goal of the game against the Merrimack College Warriors earlier in the week, it was the fifth time this season that he has scored the game-winning goal.

He’s scored 12 goals this season which means that almost 50% of his goals have been game-winners. His 12 goals as a freshman also ranks him third in the country.

Those 12 goals lead the UConn Huskies and he is second on the team in points with 15 behind leader Shawn Pauly who has 17. And Naas also leads the team in +/- with +5.

Watch and/or listen below as UConn head coach Mike Cavanaugh and Naas talk about Naas’ ability to score goals.