Motor City Hawks of the U.S. Premier Hockey League’s Midwest Division are working out a number of goaltenders as they seek to improve their defensive showing.
Scoring goals has not been a major issue for the Hawks but keeping the puck out of their own net has.
The Hawks have scored 37 goals in 10 games thus far this season but have allowed 58 and have a sub-par record of 2-7-1.
Ergo, Hawks owner-general manager Mark Gilman told HockeyNewsNorth.com that his team is looking at other options in goal.
“While the offense has become more prolific in the past few weeks, we have definitely struggled on defense and between the pipes this season. In response, we are hosting a number of potential goaltenders this week and will make a determination soon to see if changes need to be made,” said Gilman.