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Robertson Cup coaches share what's working as both NAHL title series begin

The New Mexico Ice Wolves, Anchorage Wolverines, New Jersey Titans and St. Cloud Norsemen will all face off at Fogerty Arena in an effort to earn the prestigious Robertson Cup.


BLAINE, Minn. — The road to the Robertson Cup makes its final stop at Fogerty Arena before crowning the next NAHL champion. The New Mexico Ice Wolves, New Jersey Titans, Anchorage Wolverines and St. Cloud Norsemen will all compete in the 2022 tournament.

The four teams will each be competing in a best-of-three series, with the St. Cloud Norsemen taking on the Anchorage Wolverines in the 4:30 p.m. matchup on Friday, May 20. Following the afternoon game, the New Jersey Titans will face-off with the New Mexico Ice Wolves at 7:30 p.m. The winner of each series will advance to the Robertson Cup championship on Tuesday, May 24.

The Rink Live's Kirsten Krull sat down with Mike Aikens, Corey Millen, Craig Doremus, and Phil Fox to talk about their quest for the Robertson Cup, and what to expect this weekend.

Players from across the country have started to sign tenders to play in the NAHL for the 2023-24 season as the window opened to sign the agreements on Nov. 1.
Baumgartner played 181 games in the NAHL. The Owatonna native will begin his college hockey career in the fall at Air Force.
The Austin Bruins threw everything they had at the top-seeded Oklahoma Warriors in the NAHL's Robertson Cup national championship game, but the Warriors made one more play to seal their first NAHL championship.
Josh Giuliani, Walter Zacher and Dylan Cook had two points apiece, and Trent Wiemken made 28 saves to lift the Austin Bruins past the Maryland Black Bears on Sunday
Fargo native Trent Wiemken has gone 8-1-1 in the Robertson Cup playoffs as the mainstay goalie for the Austin Bruins playoffs while working with former Minnesota Gophers goalie Nick Lehr's coaching.
The Austin Bruins have shown the ability to bounce back from losses all season. Though they fell to Maryland in Game 2 of the Robertson Cup semifinals on Saturday, if they can bounce back one more time, they'll play for a national championship.
A hat trick from Brendan Williams on Saturday propels the Warriors to a 3-1 victory over the Wilderness in the NAHL Robertson Cup semis.
Twin brothers Matys and Isaak Brassard find cornfields cool, but have not yet embraced Spam in their two seasons with the NAHL's Austin Bruins. And when you mess with one of them, you deal with both.
Trent Wiemken recorded his second shutout of the playoffs and Matys Brassard scored twice for Austin
Four goals in the final seven minutes of regulation pushed the Warriors to a 1-0 lead in the best-of-three NAHL Robertson Cup semifinal series with Minnesota.

Kirsten Krull covers juniors and prospects for The Rink Live. She is a 2020 St. Cloud State graduate, and has been working in the hockey world for over six years, covering many levels of the game from juniors to the NHL.
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