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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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Roughly 48 hours after parting ways with Mel Pearson, the University of Michigan picked a former Wolverines player — recruited by Pearson — and assistant coach to lead their program for the coming season.
The American team leadership will have a Big Ten flair, with former Michigan standout Thomas Bordeleau and Notre Dame star Landon Slaggert named alternate captains.
With a pair of commitments this week, the Minnesota Gophers will be adding a familiar name at forward and an adopted Minnesotan on defense in future years. Plus, a Gophers captain will wear the C in international competition.
The U.S. beat Slovakia 4-2 in the fifth-place game on Friday in Red Deer, Alberta. Warroad's Hampton Slukynsky stopped 33 of 35 shots he faced to earn the win in net for the Americans.
Auggies, Johnnies will play at 5:45 p.m. Jan. 27 in White Bear Township
The 6-foot-3 power forward announced his commitment on Aug. 1, the first day that rising juniors were able to give verbal commitments.
After five years as their head coach and another 23 as an assistant coach there, Mel Pearson will not return to coach the Michigan Wolverines next season, per a published report. The dismissal comes in the wake of a damning law firm report on transgressions within the hockey program.
Hockey Canada has been under fire since news broke in May of an alleged group sexual assault in London, Ontario, involving eight members of the country's 2018 world junior team and subsequent out-of-court settlement.
A decade ago, I got to know Mel Pearson when he was a college hockey head coach for the first time, and met one of the sport's good guys. As a damning report on his time at Michigan is revealed, it is fair to be disappointed, bewildered and disgusted.
Boisvert was a first-round pick in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, but has instead decided to play college.

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