The five longest losing streaks in UAA hockey history...

Posted on January 17, 2013 

UAA entertains Minnesota State-Mankato at Sullivan Arena on Friday and Saturday nights, and is badly in need of a victory after enduring eight straight losses.

That current streak ties for the fifth-longest in the program's 34-season history.

Here are the five longest losing streaks in program history (coach in parentheses):

16 games (John Hill), 2002-03

12 games (Dean Talafous), 2000-01

10 games (Dave Shyiak), 2005-06

9 games (Brush Christiansen), 1994-95

8 games (Dave Shyiak), 2012-13

8 games (Dave Shyiak), 2011-12

8 games (Brush Christiansen), 1994-95

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