Shaker/Colonie's Jordan Vetrone sends the puck around Guilderland/Mohonasen/Scotia-Glenville's Tyler Phillips during a Feb. 1 Capital District High School Hockey League game at the Albany County Hockey Facility.
Photo by Rob Jonas.
continued "It was important for us to keep it serious and stay with the game plan," said Hudak.
Jimmy Brady gave G/M/S a little lift when he scored midway through the third period to end Shaker/Colonie's shutout bid, but by then it was far too late for the Storm to mount a comeback.
Despite the mounting losses, Koivula said his players are happy to be playing.
"A lot of these kids love to play hockey. I don't think winning is their motivation," said Koivula. "They just want to be out there."
G/M/S visits Niskayuna/Schenectady (5-4-0, 6-9-1) next Saturday, while Shaker/Colonie travels to the Lake Placid Tournament -- an event that coincides with the Empire State Winter Games.