2014–15 Alabama–Huntsville Chargers men’s ice hockey season

The 2014–15 Alabama–Huntsville Chargers ice hockey team represented the University of Alabama in Huntsville in the 2014–15 NCAA Division I men’s ice hockey season. The Chargers were coached by Mike Corbett who was in his second season as head coach. His assistant coaches were Gavin Morgan and Matty Thomas. The Chargers played their home games in the Propst Arena at the Von Braun Center and competed in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association.

2014–15Alabama–Huntsville Chargers men’s ice hockey
Conference Western Collegiate Hockey Association
2014–15 record 8–26–4 (7–20–1 WCHA)
Head coach
Assistant coaches
Captain Doug Reid
Alternate Captain Craig Pierce
Home stadium Propst Arena at the Von Braun Center
Seasons

UAH finished the season with 8 wins, 24 losses, and 4 ties, exceeding their win total of the previous three seasons combined. In conference play, the Chargers finished with a record of 7 wins, 20 losses, and 1 tie, placing 8th in the 10-team league. The team participated in the WCHA Tournament for the first time, after missing the playoffs in the previous season. The Chargers lost the 2-game series to second-seeded Michigan Tech, despite a 76-save performance in triple overtime from goaltender Carmine Guerriero in Game 1. Freshman Max McHugh was named to the WCHA’s All-Rookie team.[1]

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UAH added 8 freshmen for the 2014–15 season, including 1 goaltender, 4 forwards, and 3 defensemen.[2] In addition, Alex Carpenter, who transferred from Western Michigan following the 2012–13 season, will be eligible after sitting out one season.[3]

Player Position Nationality Notes
James Block Forward  United States Wrightstown, Wisconsin
Richard Buri Defenseman  Slovakia Nitra, Slovakia; played in the 2013 World Junior Championships for Slovakia
Cody Champagne Defenseman  United States Brookfield, Connecticut; 2013–14 NAHL All-Rookie Second Team
Josh Kestner Forward  United States Huntsville, Alabama
Max McHugh Forward  United States Edgewood, Washington; former Dubuque Fighting Saints alternate captain
Brandon Parker Defenseman  United States Faribault, Minnesota
Brennan Saulnier Forward  Canada Halifax, Nova Scotia
Jordan Uhelski Goaltender  United States Burton, Michigan

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