Live blog: NCHC Frozen Faceoff championship -- Colorado College vs. St. Cloud State
Tigers and Huskies play for the conference playoff title and an automatic bid to the NCAA Division I tournament at 7:30 p.m. Saturday
ST. PAUL — St. Cloud State is playing in its sixth NCHC Frozen Faceoff championship game and second in three years. Colorado College is playing in its first NCHC championship game. Follow the live blog for the game here.
Persson played three seasons for the RedHawks. He will have two years of college eligibility remaining.
The former Fargo Davies and UND defender helped the Ottawa Senators hold the Philadelphia Flyers to 11 shots on goal, lowest of any NHL team this season.
The 6-foot-1, 190-pound defenseman came close to leading the Nanooks to the NCAA tournament this season.
Also, a look at who is planning on returning among the seniors and the Huskies' NHL draft picks
The "Bulldog Insiders" from the News Tribune, My 9 Sports and KDAL answer your questions about 2022-23, and look ahead to the 2023-24 in Part II of the season finale.
Miller, a forward from Grand Rapids, Minn., spent the last five seasons with the Huskies.
NCHC Notebook: Colorado College gives Mayotte an extension, some notable names are in the transfer portal
Also, there have been a few early pro signings, including the Tigers' Hunter McKown, North Dakota's Tyler Kleven, Western Michigan's Max Sasson and Denver's Carter Mazur
Mylymok, the Bulldogs' 5OT hero from 2021 regional final win over North Dakota, will transfer to Niagara
Junior wing Luke Mylymok is leaving the Bulldogs after three seasons and with two years of eligibility left.
The "Bulldog Insiders" from the News Tribune, My 9 Sports and KDAL take a look back at the 2022-23 UMD men's and women's hockey seasons in Part I of a two-part season finale.
Graduate student defenseman passes Easton Brodzinski in games played. Senior moves up on several program lists
Western Michigan's Pat Ferschweiler, Michigan Tech's Joe Shawhan and Brandon Naurato of Michigan also up for Spencer Penrose Award.
Isaac Howard is leaving UMD after one season to go play for Michigan State and his former coach at the USA Hockey National Team Development Program.
The junior winger became the Fighting Hawks' first 20-goal scorer since 2016-17 this season.
NCHC Frozen Faceoff Notebook: SCSU coach gets emotional talking about goalie, Colorado College steps up
Brett Larson shed some tears when he was asked about Jaxon Castor's playoff performance in championship game. Huskies' big players come up big in title game. Tigers come up short, but gain experience