Marking the midpoint of the season, the Western States Hockey League returns to Las Vegas, Nevada from December 17-21, 2013 for the 13th Annual Western States Shootout.
The WSHL’s premiere event, the all-league showcase has averaged close to 100 scouts in attendance … Continue reading
Olympic View Sat, Nov 23, 2013 Story by Narrative Science.
Salt Lake City Moose and Seattle Totems were evenly matched throughout their contest, but Salt Lake City Moose made the most of its opportunities and won, 6-4.
Salt Lake City Moose gained the winning … Continue reading
Olympic View Fri, Nov 22, 2013 Story by Narrative Science.
Salt Lake City Moose had a two-goal lead after two periods and cruised the rest of the way en route to a 7-3 win over Seattle Totems.
Salt Lake City Moose pulled out … Continue reading
Olympic View Thu, Nov 21, 2013 Story by Narrative Science.
Seattle Totems climbed out of a two-goal hole to beat Salt Lake City Moose, 6-5.
Seattle Totems never led in the game until netting the game winner. Seattle Totems fell behind 3-1 after a … Continue reading
The Rrrink Sun, Nov 17, 2013 Story by Narrative Science.
Southern Oregon Spartans’ penalty kill was superb, as Southern Oregon Spartans survived multiple penalties to beat Salt Lake City Moose, 5-2.
Referees had their hands full with a major incident at 19:40 into … Continue reading
The Rrrink Sat, Nov 16, 2013 Story by Narrative Science.
Salt Lake City Moose came close to giving away a five-goal lead to Southern Oregon Spartans, but did just enough to escape with a 7-5 victory.
Salt Lake City Moose led by five goals … Continue reading
The Rrrink Fri, Nov 15, 2013 Story by Narrative Science.
Brett Meyer was all over the ice for Salt Lake City Moose, as he tallied one goal and two assists in Salt Lake City Moose’s 6-2 win over Southern Oregon Spartans.
Meyer scored … Continue reading
Last Friday and Saturday were our games against Ogden, two huge games that we needed to win. The first game started really slow for both teams, but we have grown so much as a team that we took control of the game. We ended up getting our two points in … Continue reading
Ogden Mustangs (10-3-1, 2nd in Northwest Division) @ Salt Lake City Moose (7-3-0, 3rd in Northwest Division)
Two-game series in West Valley City, Utah
Much like the Ice Jets are to the Snipers, the Ogden Mustangs … Continue reading
Last weeks practices flew by as we came upon our game against Ogden. We played a very strong game, but the outcome wa
s not in our favor. This upcoming weekend is a huge weekend for us … Continue reading
Ogden Mustangs (10-2-0, 1st in Northwest Division) @ Salt Lake City Moose (5-2-0, T-3rd in Northwest Division)
Single game played Friday in West Valley City, Utah
The rivalry between the Ogden Mustangs and Salt Lake City … Continue reading
We had two weekends off and we finally get to play Ogden this Friday at home. Practice was high intensity with a lot of key concepts and learning factors. We are dialing in on the little stuff, and working on improvements to get us 2 points this weekend. Our team is clicking now, and becoming closer and closer every single day. We were fortunate enough to welcome two new players from the NAHL last week. Tates and Brad fit right into our group, both are clicking with everyone.
We had a soccer tourney over the weekend that involved a lot of chirping and competition. We learned that Coley knows all the rules, and that coach cant hit a oneT to save his life. Also, Vesslo is playing the wrong sport, and Kress cant kick a ball, but is one good tendy. All in all, we are going to be ready Friday, and we are going to get two points. Last week of grind in practice, then Ogden on Friday,
What a crazy week we had. We picked two guys out of the NAHL to add even more depth to our team. Practice this week was different than normal because of some loose ends we are trying to fix like face offs. Most importantly we didn’t get bagged this week. I feel like that’s a first, but our off ice workouts were as tough as ever. Kresl and I better be the fastest guys by the end of the year because we took last in every single race and just had to sprint more. Kresl managed to drill a young kid in the face with a soccer ball over at the Dream Academy which was almost as bad as Rogola getting pumped by a 10 year old girl in trampoline dodgeball.
We did a lot of team bonding activities this week like a soccer series on Saturday. My team got absolutely hosed because we should have won. Then we managed to lose the obstacle course ….because Brad can only count by multiples of 5. Best event of the week had to be Hank taking the shootout. I said I would win soon last week… but that’s not happening.. We ended the week with a team meal at IHOP where Coley flipped out over some ketchup on his shoe, it was hilarious. We got a big week coming up of practice before Ogden comes to town on Friday so keep it real SLC.
Inside the Life of a Mooser
September 30- October 6
Coming off of the best statistical weekend in Moose history there was a lot to be positive about. We broke all sorts of records over our 32-0 rout of the New Mexico Renegades. It was a pretty relaxed Monday because we had an off-day, but personally I worked 9 awful hours delivering sandwiches to random truck drivers. It was miserable. Tuesday couldn’t come soon enough, but once practice came around and the entire team wasn’t focused and ready to prepare for the upcoming weekend Coach Carr put us on the goal line and we quickly realized we hate hockey.
Sadly, Wednesday was no better. Since I started playing hockey I have never had a coach kick the entire team off the ice 4 minutes into practice. We eventually got back on the ice for a solid 30 minutes of power-play, but we lost a lot of time screwing around like mites. After another 7 dreadful hours of wasting gas delivering sandwiches I went to BW’s with some of the guys to watch Tommy and my Blackhawks take down the Capitals. Most of the guys need to get their priorities straight and stop rooting for the Penguins and Wings. Thursday’s practice wasn’t awesome. Even worse we let Coley win the shootout for the third week in a row (I’ll win this week).
Our game weekend was pretty typical. We show up to the rink 2 hours early Pommer’s already staring at the wall ready to play, the goalies are doing their weird goalie things, and Marty is being a funky euro. We dominated Texas Friday winning the game fairly handily. Saturday’s game wasn’t much different the Americans dominated sewer ball (pre-game soccer warm-up) against the Alaskans and Euros(we classify Alaskans as their own country). We decided to exchange playful banter with the ref all night which he kept letting us sit down for two minutes in the penalty box for (what a nice guy). We found ourselves tied late until I got a beautiful pass from their defenseman with about 1:30 left and SAA (Dwyer) finished it off with an open netter. 4 out of 6 points isn’t bad against a pretty solid team. We have a few weeks off now to mature as a team or screw around. Most likely we’ll be screwing around, but it’ll be tough because Coach Carr has two weeks of practice to remind us that we aren’t as good as we think we are. Thanks for reading and look for next week’s post all about the life of a Moose player while we aren’t playing games. Keep it real SLC
#13 Brett Myer
This weekend we won two out of three games against Texas Brahmas. We as a team are getting closer every single day. We joke around all the time, chirp each other but still love each other. This weekend we experienced how to win as a team, and work together as well. Coach Carr probably loses his voice every weekend, and Pommerville always is going to chisel his points. All in all, we had a sick weekend of hockey with the boys.
Tuesday practices are bag practices. Coach likes to put us on the line, and make Jr Barnes skate more than the rest of us. Giorgi and I are always say we are going to tilt at practice but never do, mostly because he knows I will put him in a pretzel. We had an off day on Wednesday and pretty much used it as a work out day. We learned that Viktors and Coley are cheaters in the weight room. Also, that Rogala is the biggest sally in the League. Gasper is a psycho, and Corson is the man. With that said, “We are all brothers.”
#8 Tommy Breitfuss
Texas Brahmas (3-2-0, T-1st in Midwest Division) @ Salt Lake City Moose (5-2-0, T-1st in Northwest Division)
Three-game series in West Valley City, Utah
The Texas Brahmas drew a lot of comparisons to the El Paso Rhinos after a 2-0-0 … Continue reading
New Mexico Renegades (0-3-0, T-3rd in Mountain Division) @ Salt Lake City Moose (3-1-0, T-2nd in Northwest Division)
Three-game series in West Valley City, Utah
The Salt Lake City Moose played well in their single game against the Ogden Mustangs last weekend but had nothing to show for it, losing by a … Continue reading
Come check out your Salt Lake City Moose of the WSHL take on the New Mexico Renegades at their home opener, this Friday Sept 27th (7:05pm), Saturday Sept 28th (6:35pm) and Sunday Sept 29th (12:05)! Wear your youth hockey jersey or team warmups and receive free admission to … Continue reading
The Moose will host the New Mexico Renegades for their first home games of the 2013-2014 season. The weekend game schedule is Friday @ 7:05pm, Saturday @ 6:35pm and Sunday @ 12:05pm at Acord Ice Arena in West Valley City. The first 500 fans of the weekend will receive … Continue reading
Attention Pass of All Passes Holders! Your pass now offers free admission to the first seven home games. Those who don’t have one might want to consider getting one. The savings from Moose games alone pays for your pass. There are … Continue reading
A critical part of our off ice success will be the ability to develop business relationships in the community. We are currently looking for numerous business partnerships and sponsors for the 13-14 season. For example, we are looking for the following business partners:
Banner … Continue reading
Players interested in becoming a Moose for the 2013-2014 Season need to register for one of our Open Tryout / Development / Explosure camps in either Wisconsin (June) or Salt Lake City (September). Players need … Continue reading
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The Salt Lake City Moose Junior Hockey Club is looking for National Anthem singers for all the Home games at the Acord Ice Arena in West Valley. Fill out the form for your chance to sing .
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The Salt Lake City Moose hockey club is excited to announce our “Charitable Ticket Donation Program” for the 2013-2014 hockey season.
The Salt Lake City Moose hockey club is a non-profit. We will collect, assign and distribute your ticket donation to local youth groups and other non-profits or … Continue reading
Season tickets for the 2013-2014 season are on sale now. Get yours today!! Click here to purchase your tickets online.
Players intersted in becoming a Moose for the 2013-2014 Season need to register for one of our Open Tryout / Development / Exposure camps in either Wisconsin (June) orSalt Lake City (September). To register, complete the … Continue reading
Following up a fantastic second-half run that nearly put them into the playoffs for the first time ever, the Salt Lake City Moose have announced that interim head coach Jeff Carr can now remove … Continue reading
2011 Draft Pick USHL Tri City Storm 18th Round, 257th overall
Ontario Avalanche (24-22-0, 5th in Pacific Division) @ Salt Lake City Moose
(13-29-4, 5th in Northwest Division)
Three-game series in Salt Lake City, Utah
Riding a five-game winning streak and needing to stretch it to eight to
have … Continue reading