Although Scott Owens and the CC coaching staff have considered some lineup changes during this week off, one thing that likely won’t change is the team’s power-play units. The Tigers haven’t been good on the power play all season. They are tied for seventh in the WCHA at 14.8 percent. But Owens said he thinks he has the right mix of players. He sees some positives, even if the results aren’t there.
“We think we’re getting good puck movement but nothing is going in,” Owens said.
Owens pointed to improvement in power-play scoring as one of the keys for his team in the final weeks of the season.