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Whether it's competing with her four sisters or growing up playing pondy at her grandfather's house, hockey is in her blood.
This is the third coaching change for the Stampede this offseason.
Two attempts to find a new hockey home near the St. Thomas campus in St. Paul have been rejected, but athletic department officials remain confident that a more permanent home for Tommies hockey can be found in the future.
After going undefeated in the preliminary round, the U.S. ends the tournament with a 4-2 loss to Czechia.

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Already taller than 6 feet at just 16, Javon Moore was a Minnesota Gophers fan as a kid and said the hockey program there felt like home on his official visit to the U of M.
The former defenseman has been an assistant boys hockey coach for the defending Class AA state champions since 2012. On the Huskies Hockey Insider podcast, he discusses coaching, SCSU recruits Gavyn Thoreson and Leo Gruba, his time at SCSU and how Augustana's head hockey coach is giving up fishing for pheasant hunting.
The 16-year-old announced his verbal commitment to the Irish on social media after posting 38 points in 25 games this past season.
The league has 45 ties in the rescheduled 2022 tournament, with 39 players from the league split across seven different rosters.
Dominic James, Wyatt Kaiser and the U.S. National Junior Team will open the second edition of the 2022 IIHF World Junior Championship against Germany on Tuesday night in Edmonton, Alberta.
Defensemen Charlotte Akervik and Anna Wilgren, forwards Kelsey King and Jamie Nelson and goaltender Calla Frank asked to be in Buffalo, N.Y., for the event. The U.S. Women's National Team and Collegiate Select Team will be named at the conclusion of the event.
The sophomore defender announced her commitment after a successful season with the Skippers that ended in a Class AA second-place finish.
The 6-foot-1 forward from Woodbury put up 16 points in 29 games for the Pioneers last season as a sophomore and helped lead the team to a third-place finish in Class AA.
The 19-year-old defenseman from Grand Rapids, Minn., will play for the Americans in the tournament, which begins Tuesday
Brock Faber, Matthew Knies and Logan Cooley will skate for Team USA when the 2022 World Junior Hockey Championship begins on Aug. 9, as that trio of Minnesota Gophers was named to the Americans' 25-man roster.

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