UNLV Hockey hits the road to travel to the University of Colorado for a two-game series as they look to stay undefeated.

“We’ve been doing a lot of battle drills, competing hard and getting ready for the weekend,” forward Bradley Golant said. “We should be pretty confident, but you know any team can beat anyone in this league and we just have to come out.”

The Skatin’ Rebels are entering the weekend with an overall ACHA record of 5-0, on the other hand, the Buffaloes are entering the weekend 6-6.

UNLV is coming off another bye weekend, whereas Colorado will be coming off a four-game losing streak, being swept by Central Oklahoma and Missouri State.

“Any bye weekend is is nice,” defenseman Jake Berry said. “Right now… we had quite a few injuries, so it’s good for those guys to get some rest.”

So far this season, the Scarlet and Gray have seen 25 goals, averaging five per game. Compared to the Buffaloes 42 goals, averaging 3.5 per game.

UNLV’s top scorer for the season is forward Nick Flanders with four goals and three assists (seven points) in six games of action.

Drew Mcconaughy is Colorado’s top scorer, ringing in ten goals and six assists (16 points) in 14 games of action.

On defense, the Rebels have allowed 11 total goals, averaging about 2.2 per game. Whereas, the Buffalos have allowed 59 total goals, averaging roughly 4.9 per game.

Rebels vs Buffaloes

The Colorado Buffaloes host the Skatin Rebels on Nov. 11-12 at CU Boulder Rec Center Ice Rink.

Friday’s contest will feature an 8 p.m. MST puck drop, followed by a 1 p.m. MST puck drop on Saturday.

“I love the city of Denver. It’s just a beautiful place and Boulder is really cool,” Berry said. “I’m looking forward to getting two wins and then enjoying the city.”

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