West Allegheny has rebounded from a bit of a tough start and has an opportunity, with a win Friday at 8:15 p.m. at Center Ice Arena in Delmont against Norwin to reach the .500 mark for the first time since Oct. 22.
So far, the Indians (3-4-0) have stayed in the middle of the pack in the Class AA Western Conference thanks in large part to a solid defense that has held opponents to just 29 goals against in seven games, a solid 4.14 goals-against average seventh-fewest in the classification.
Offensively, however, the Indians are still struggling, having netted just 18 goals (2.6 per game), led by Ryan Rohal with four. Ryan Rohm is the team’s leading scorer with eight assists and 10 points.
Only one other player, defenseman Bailey Foy, has scored at least three goals.
Goaltender Anthony Dominick has been fair in the net with a 3-3-0 record in six starts.