A Robson Arena review, Twitter questions and a deep dive look at the Huskies with @GOHUSKIESWOOOOO

St. Cloud State uber fan was in Colorado Springs for last weekend's sweep for the Huskies over Colorado College. He talks about the new arena, responds to posted questions and helps answer how SCSU


St. Cloud State alum @GOHUSKIESWOOOOO has come back from his first trip to Colorado Springs and he gives his first impressions of the city and reviews the Ed Robson Arena, which opened last season. He also answers questions from Twitter and helps break down how the SCSU men's hockey team is 11-3 when it went into the season with many question marks. All this and more on this episode of the Huskies Hockey Insider podcast with The Rink Live's Mick Hatten.


:30 What he liked about Colorado Springs

2:15 A detailed review of Ed Robson Arena


8:15 @HummusLoser Was he student when CC last made the NCAA tournament?

9:15 @CDHendricks22 What prompted you to run the Twitter account but why with no face (name attached)?

11:45 @chstrcpprpt33 How annoying was the Let’s Go Tigers horn after every Huskies goal Saturday?

12:45 @MoarClappers Unsung favorite National Hockey Center memory?

16:00 How the nonconference start is going to help the Huskies down the road, the 11-3 start to the season, what we learned from the Denver series

22:40 The play of goaltenders Jaxon Castor , Dominic Basse

26:00 'The Sniper' Brendan Bushy 's goal from 180 feet away

28:00 How much the transfers — Grant Cruikshank , Dylan Anhorn and Basse — have helped the Huskies


35:30 Freshmen F Adam Ingram , D Cooper Wylie

40:30 The differences between Bob Motzko coached SCSU teams and Brett Larson coached SCSU teams

43:40 Areas where the Huskies can pick it up moving forward

45:15 Special teams (22.4% power play, 86% penalty kill with 5 short-handed goals)

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Mick Hatten is a reporter and editor for Forum News Service and helps manage, a website dedicated to hockey. He began working for Forum Communications in November 2018 and has covered St. Cloud State University hockey since 2010. A graduate of St. Cloud State, he has more than 30 years of experience as a journalist and has been a youth hockey coach since 2014.
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