January 30, 2012
The Moffat County Bulldogs club hockey team lacked offensive scoring power Saturday and Sunday in Crested Butte, falling twice to Crested Butte and twice to Durango/Telluride. Head coach Rick Villa said his players played too passive offensively and needed to get more shots on goal.
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Rick Villa knows what the Moffat County Bulldogs club hockey team is capable of, but over the weekend, he didn’t see it. Villa, the Bulldogs head coach, said his players didn’t have the right attitude heading into Saturday and Sunday’s games against Crested Butte and Durango/Telluride, resulting in the team leaving Crested Butte with an 0-4 record. “We weren’t passing the puck and we weren’t playing aggressive,” Villa said Monday. “Crested Butte is a tough team, but we should be able to win against Durango.”