Editor's notes: Just a heads up that there are a few curse words in this episode. This is part 2 of 3 parts to this episode.
ST. CLOUD, Minn. — This group of former St. Cloud State men's hockey players were a part of some big firsts for the program in its NCAA Division I history. Kevin Gravel, Joey Rehkamp and Andrew Prochno were all on the 2012-13 team that won the program's first WCHA regular season title and reach its first NCAA Division I Frozen Four.
Charlie Lindgren joined the team the following season and helped the Huskies win their first NCHC regular season title and to three straight NCAA tournament appearances.
Just a note that — because of technical issues — unlike previous episodes, there will be three parts to this episode. This is Part 2 and links to Parts 1 and 3 are listed below:
Gravel played defense for the Huskies from 2010-14. In 153 career college games, he had 13 goals, 36 assists, 49 points and 43 penalty minutes. He was a captain his senior season, is 14th in the Division I era for games played and plays for the Toronto Maple Leafs organization.
Lindgren played for St. Cloud State from 2013-16. In 88 career games, he was 51-29-3 with a .921 save percentage, 2.21 GAA and eight shutouts. He is the program's leader in career GAA, second in career shutouts, second in career save percentage, third in career wins and fifth in career games played. In 2015-16, he set school records for games played in a season (40), wins in a season (30) and minutes played in a season (2,342). That season, Lindgren became the program's first to be named NCHC Goalie of the Year and first to be named to the AHCA All-America West First Team. He plays goalie for the Montreal Canadiens organization.
Prochno played defense for the Huskies from 2011-15. In 147 career games, he had 16 goals, 75 assists, 91 points, 73 penalty minutes and was a plus-51. He is third on the program's career list in plus/minus, tied for 18th in career assists and is fifth in career points for a defenseman. He was a two-time All-NCHC honorable mention pick.
Rehkamp played forward for the Huskies from 2011-15. In 117 career games, he had eight goals, 23 assists, 31 points and 44 penalty minutes.
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