To say the Sioux City Musketeers are playing exceptional hockey, is an understatement.
Granted, the Muskies are still in the basement of the Western Conference, over they last 20 games, they've posted a winning record.
In fact, since January 19th, Sioux City is 11-6-and-3.
They've won seven, one-goal games over that span.
After struggling the first half of the season, Head Coach Brett Larson shook things up, trading away top players, while brining in pieces for the future.
"I think the big thing is, everybody is on the same page. We're young, we got through the transition, but I think guys are understanding their roles now. We're playing with a lot of passion, a lot of energy," Head Coach Brett Larson said.
"It doesn't seem to be a lot of egos, it seems like this group now has gelled as a group. It has really good chemistry on and off the ice and the guys are going out there trying to out compete the other team and outwork them and playing pretty simple, hard hockey."
The Muskies host Tri-City on Tuesday.
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