Corey Millen discusses his red-hot Norsemen, shares memories of playing in 2 Olympics, with Hall of Famers
The former Gopher and NHL forward from Cloquet is the head coach of the NAHL's team in St. Cloud, which has won 10 straight games.
Corey Millen is in his second season as a coach for the St. Cloud Norsemen in the North American Hockey League. The Norsemen are the hottest team in the league and he talks about his team's 10-game winning streak. Millen also discusses playing on the 1984 and 1988 Olympic hockey teams and the players he played with. He also discusses playing with Hall of Fame players in the NHL, including Wayne Gretzky.
1:00 The Norsemen's 10-game winning streak, leading scorer Ryan O'Neill, the St. Cloud hockey market and Blake Perbix, a Northern Michigan signee and Cathedral High School graduate
5:30 Playing in the 1984 and 1988 Olympics
11:00 Playing for the Los Angeles Kings from 1991-93, including playing with Wayne Gretzky, Jari Kurri, Paul Coffey, Luc Robitaille, etc., going to the Stanley Cup Finals
16:00 Being a teammate of Minnesota Wild general manager Bill Guerin with the New Jersey Devils
17:00 Playing for Brad Buetow and Doug Woog at the University of Minnesota
19:00 Adjusting to the NHL as a smaller player in the 1990s, how the NHL has changed
20:30 Being a teammate of goalie John Vanbiesbrouck and goalie Mike Richter
22:20 Being a teammate of Russian defenseman Slava Fetisov
23:30 1994 Eastern Conference finals between Rangers and Devils
24:45 Coaches who have had big influences on him including Jacque Lemaire, Barry Melrose
26:30 Working for Air Force Academy coach Frank Serratore
29:45 The Norsemen trying to win the Robertson Cup, goalie Tomas Bolo, rivalry with Austin Bruins