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St. Cloud State Continues Unbeaten Streak in Rout of Omaha

ST. CLOUD – Huskies head coach Brett Larson could not have asked for a better start to his tenure. #2 St. Cloud State has not missed a beat this season in the new coaching regime, and they’re going into the holiday break on a ten-game unbeaten streak after defeating Omaha 7-1 on Saturday night at Herb Brooks National Hockey Center. While there may be pressure on Larson after Bob Motzko left some big shoes to fill, he’s embracing every bit of it. The job is certainly more enjoyable when you...


How Good Would a North Dakota Women’s Hockey Team Be Right Now?

Among the lengthy list of disappointments in the University of North Dakota’s decision to cut their women’s hockey program was that many felt at the time, that the Fighting Hawks were set up in a position to be a pretty good team in the near future. Of course it was impossible to say for certain then. There were no guarantees of current players developing as hoped, and promising recruits can be hit-or-miss when they reach the collegiate level. Even today, it’s tough to say with any great ...


Minnesota Claws To Another Tie Against Ohio State

Saturday’s contest between Minnesota and Ohio State was the type of game that has played out many times on the ice at Mariucci Arena in recent years. But tonight, Minnesota found themselves in the opposite role. Ohio State dominated possession throughout the game, but Minnesota played tight defensively, limiting quality chances and were extremely opportunistic, erasing an early 2-0 deficit despite few chances in the offensive zone to grind out a 2-2 tie. The Buckeyes scored their two goa...


Big Second Period Propels Minnesota Duluth to Blow Out Win Over North Dakota

A scuffling North Dakota team found themselves in an unfamiliar position heading into tonight’s game on the road against #2-ranked Minnesota Duluth. Out-gunned by the extremely deep and talented Bulldog squad, the Fighting Hawks needed a tight defensive effort and a few breaks to pull off a surprise. That strategy worked....for a while. But with 1:03 left in scoreless first period, North Dakota goalie Peter Thome lost his catching glove during a scramble in front of his net. The puck boun...


The Year of the Defenseman

When writing about Michigan’s Quinn Hughes yesterday, I was looking up some background stats, and something jumped out at me: Defensemen seem to be scoring at a truly prolific rate this year. With 15 points in 13 games, Hughes is averaging a very impressive 1.15 points per game this season, and yet Hughes is only ranked tied for sixth nationally among defensemen in points per game. Currently ahead of him are Harvard’s Adam Fox(2.12), UMass’ Cale Makar(1.33), UMD’s Scott Perunovich(1.33), Q...


Eye on the Future: Quinn Hughes

When it was announced that Michigan defenseman Quinn Hughes, the seventh overall draft pick in last summer’s NHL Draft by the Vancouver Canucks, would be returning to Michigan this season for his sophomore year, he immediately became one of the favorites to win this year’s Hobey Baker Award, given to college hockey’s best player/most compelling narrative combination. 13 games into Michigan’s season, some of that hype seems to have faded a bit. Hughes is producing, as expected. He has three...