Attention Pass of All Passes Holders! Your pass now offers free admission to the remaining 12 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
The Moose will be auctioning off their jersey’s at this weeks final regular season home game, March 7th at 7:05pm. Players will have the 1st option to purchase one of their own jerseys then all remaining jerseys will be available for purchase.
Come to our final regular season home game … Continue reading
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(11-20-4, 5th in Northwest Division) @ Salt Lake City Moose (23-11-2, 3rd in Northwest Division)
Three-game series in West Valley City, Utah
Seeking revenge against a team that had their number all of last season, the Salt … Continue reading
Hey there Moose blog readers! We just came off of a huge weekend with the best team in the league, the Idaho Jr Steelheads. We only had a two game series this weekend with them. On Friday, we played one of the best games this year so far. We were down 2 going into the third and came back to tie it up to send it into overtime. Shocking everyone, Nick Fruitgarden scored the OT winner to be the first team in our division to get 2 points from the Steelheads. The next night we lost 5-2, even though we had another great performance, and we also found out that Vesslo is a point snake.
This weekend we have another home series with the Seattle Totems. Its a big weekend for us to get 6 points to get closer to Ogden. Our Practice on Monday was very interesting as we did relay races and a scrimmage. Our week is going to be about us working out the kinks in our structure to make it better. We have been getting better and better every week. We are the big shock in the league as we improved greatly from last year. As a team, we are going to get these 6 points this weekend.
Tommy Breitfuss #8
Since last Tuesday I have had zero fun away from the rink. We’re getting to that point in the season where it’s time to buckle down and make a run before the playoffs. Less time is spent at the movie theater and more time spent at the rink running through systems. We had a huge two game set this weekend at home against the division leader Idaho. In the short history of the Moose franchise, we have never beaten Idaho until Friday when Luity buried, going floor cheese on a pass from Saaa. As an organization it was probably the highest moment in history, but in our locker room it was expected. After the 2nd period when Carr went nuts on us for being down 2 goals and not competing I think everyone in the locker room knew that we were going to comeback and win that game.
Come Saturday we did not show up to compete all the way through the lineup and we paid the price. After two periods we were in a 4-1 hole and facing turmoil again. Carr called us out as a team for not being tough up front and moved Coley and Barnes to forward. I was moved to defense after myself and the forwards were bashed for being about as strong as teddy bears on Valium. I have to let everyone know that if you see me hanging with Kresl and one of the Barnes brothers walks up, vacate the area immediately. Things go bad and funky stuff happens when Kres and I are hanging and Barnes and Noble tries to join the party, pizza ends up in pillow cases and in people’s shoes. A thanks is long overdue to all of our billet families that help with all of the daily tasks at every single home game we play. They do so much for our organization and we’re lucky to have them. That wraps up the week as a Mooser and we’ll see you next week, so keep it real SLC.
Brett Myer #13
Jan. 13-21 2014
It was a pretty wild week getting back into our Salt Lake routines after we’ve been away from our billet homes since the middle of December. Personally, I was glad my billets didn’t call the cops on me after showing up at 2 in the morning last week thinking I was an intruder. It’s always an adventure flying with the boys and we had quite the time navigating through 4 different airports and made some friends along the way mostly through Brad’s unbelievable charm and everyone else’s good looks. It was a pretty normal week practice wise; nothing too exciting happened. We did pick up two teammates last week. The first, Jake McMullen from Seattle who brings another fellow Seahawk to our already proud fan base, and the other teammate was Vik’s girlfriend who he practically brought into the locker room as well as to all the team functions last week. Unfortunately, she went back home to Europe.
A lot of the guys managed to see ”The Lone Survivor” last week, and we all loved it, but all thought of Vessol when a guy breaks his leg and keeps moving on. We all know Vessol wouldn’t last long out there. Overall, the weekend was viewed as a failure for only picking up 4 points on the weekend and we paid the price yesterday when our owner ran practice and we didn’t get a day off. We had a solid Sunday though as we got a big 8-1 win with help from everyone on the team except Kress who could only muster a hat trick and a couple of apples. Step it up buddy. Several of us enjoyed watching the Seahawks get a big win from Buffalo Wild Wings while Cole and Jake got into it with a few sumo sized 49er fans. Yesterday, Brobs, Pommer, Gaspo, Tuan, and I hit up Park City to enjoy some actual breathable air and enjoy the sights. We met Holgie, a classy, elderly actress who gave us the rundown on Sun Dance. It was another great week in the life of a Mooser as we prepare for a big tilt this weekend against Idaho we’ll see you next week, keep it real SLC.
#13 Brett Myer
Hey there Moose fans! We just got off of a big 3 game series with Missoula. We went 2-1 against them and acquired 4 points that we needed. On Friday we had a shaky start, but in the end pulled out a 5-2 win. The next night was not so good for us as we lost 5-2 in a game we should not have lost. It stung so we as a team came together and said we were going to be better, and it worked. On Sunday we crushed the Maulers 8-1 to end the series. We also cannot scratch Vesslo anymore because he jokingly said we lose only when he is not in the line up. Now we prepare for a huge weekend against Idaho.
We didn’t get a day off this week due to our performance Saturday night. Scott was on the ice running things, but I was not there due to sickness. Tuesday we had a workout at 7:15 am which was very unusual because we usually have workouts after practice. I enjoyed it more because it woke me up for practice. This week is all preparation for Idaho, the best team in our league. We went 0-2-1 last series we had and we are hoping to win both games this weekend. As a team we have come so far and continue building. We have recently gotten 2 new players. One from Washington, and one from Alaska. So as we continue to build we get stronger, so we can get into playoffs and win the Thorne Cup.
#8 Tommy Breitfuss
Missoula Maulers (12-15-3, 4th in Northwest Division) @ Salt Lake City Moose (19-10-2, 3rd in Northwest Division)
Three-game series in West Valley City, Utah
The third and fourth place teams in the Northwest Division met in Utah’s capital over the weekend and the Moose were able to best the Maulers … Continue reading
Attention Pass of All Passes Holders! Your pass now offers free admission to the remaining 12 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 several … Continue reading
yello? Brett and I are back for the infamous moose blog! We just had a great week and weekend in Tulsa as we just came back from a two week break. Most of us flew in on Sunday, as we were told to by coach, but we have the super … Continue reading
The Salt Lake City Moose Hockey Club is excited to announce that our Friday and Saturday home games will be aired live on TV with KPDR channel 19 Salt Lake City. This will include all of our remaining home games on … Continue reading
Has it always been your life long dream to suit up in a moose costume? Well then you’re in luck! It seems Deke, our mascot, has decided he needed a little vacation so we need someone to take his place! Please complete the form below if you are interested. No … Continue reading
Salt Lake City Moose beat Tulsa Jr. Oilers, 5-2.
Oilers Ice Center Fri, Jan 10, 2014
Salt Lake City Moose forced Tulsa Jr. Oilers goalie Eric Messer to work between the pipes, taking 62 shots.
Salt Lake City Moose was helped by Adam Kresl, who racked up one goal. Kresl scored 9:12 … Continue reading
Since July of 2012 the current owners of the Salt Lake City Moose and staff have worked hard to stabilize our franchise in the Salt Lake City/West Valley City area. As part of our initial purchase plan the next step was to include and involve local Salt Lake area residents in our … Continue reading
The Salt Lake City Moose are in need of some expertise in the broadcasting field!!
As a member of the Western States Hockey League, it is our obligation to broadcast all of our home games online (fasthockey.com). Our audience includes … Continue reading
The Salt Lake City Moose understand how important it is to support the community that supports them. That’s why we want to help you!
Currently we volunteer weekly with the Dream Academy, an after school program for at risk youth as well as at various elementary schools throughout the valley.
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The Salt Lake City Moose Junior A Hockey Club are excited to announce our “Team Sponsorship Nights”. The Salt Lake City Moose love working with other community groups and would like to partner with local youth teams in the Salt Lake … Continue reading
McCalls Manchester Ice Fri, Dec 06, 2013 Story by Narrative Science.
Salt Lake City Moose failed to take advantage of its power play opportunities and Idaho Junior Steelheads shook off a number of penalties to win, 7-2.
Idaho Junior Steelheads was paced by … Continue reading
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.