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Jason Feldman

Sports Editor

Jason Feldman is the Sports Editor of the Post Bulletin.

He was born in California and grew up in Grand Forks, N.D., where he went to school from Kindergarten through college. He is a 1999 graduate of the University of North Dakota, where he double-majored in Mass Communication and Criminal Justice Studies.
Jason has more than 20 years of sports reporting experience at daily newspapers.

In addition to managing the four-person Sports staff at the PB, Jason covers high school football, golf and high school and junior hockey.

Jason and his wife, Melissa, live in Rochester with their four daughters and their dachsund, Walnut.

Readers can reach Jason at 507-281-7430 or

The Minnesota Wild have been a franchise for more than two decades. And no matter who the face of the franchise has been, he historically hasn't had a lot of help in the postseason.
From a terrible night on special teams to a sterling playoff debut by St. Louis goalie Ville Husso, nothing went right for the Minnesota Wild in Game 1 of a best-of-7 NHL Western Conference first-round playoff series on Monday at Xcel Energy Center.
The Austin Bruins took a two-goal lead into the third period of an NAHL playoff game Friday night, against a team that they had beaten eight out of 12 times this year. The Bruins lost that lead and Game 1 of the best-of-5 series against Aberdeen.
Anthony Menghini needed little time to become a prolific goal scorer in the North American Hockey League. The Brainerd native and former standout at Northstar Christian Academy in Alexandria has a team-leading 20 goals, as well as 31 points, in 37 games for the playoff-bound Bruins.
Former Rochester Mayo and Shattuck St. Mary's standout hockey player Maddox Fleming is excelling with the USHL's Sioux Falls Stampede this spring. The Notre Dame commit could also be selected in July's NHL Draft.
Rochester natives Bennett Zmolek and Will Zmolek's teams will go head to head for the Central Collegiate Hockey Association postseason championship on Saturday in Mankato.
Josh Storm narrowly missed out on the opportunity to play in a state tournament during his high school days. Thursday, he helped guide Lakeville South to its fourth consecutive Section 1AA boys hockey hockey championship and a spot in next week's Class AA state tournament.
New Prague let a two-goal lead slip away, but it rallied and scored the final three goals in beating Albert Lea in the Section 1A boys hockey championship game on Wednesday at the Rochester Recreation Center.
Jake Taylor is in his third season as the boys hockey head coach at Lakeville North. His Panthers will face rival Lakeville South — coached by former Owatonna bench boss Josh Storm — at 7 p.m. Thursday in Rochester, in the Section 1AA championship game.
Rochester can wrap up its third consecutive NA3HL Central Division championship this weekend. But it'll have to go through its top rival to do so.