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Men's Division 1

All of the things that Augustana athletics had on its hockey checklist are now complete, with a coach hired, an arena under construction and Tuesday's announcement that the Vikings will join the CCHA in the fall of 2023.
Advocating that college hockey proceed with "urgency and patience" new NCHC commissioner Heather Weems talked about her background, the tough decisions of the past and the opportunities of the future at her introductory press conference.
Conference will officially introduce the institution on Tuesday
Warroad's Grant Slukynsky, committed to Northern Michigan, also has been key for the Musketeers.

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Weems replaces Josh Fenton, who left for the Summit League.
The 31-year-old Roseau High School graduate discusses the tough decision to leave the Huskies for the USHL. He also talks about the newcomers for SCSU in the fall and does a rapid fire on coaches he's played for, worked with.
Sidorski will replace Brady Ferner as the eighth blue liner on the Fighting Hawks' roster. Ferner is expected to sign a pro contract.
The 42-year-old also talks about growing up in northern Michigan, his two brothers who work in pro hockey, things he is looking for in hiring a staff and more with The Rink Live's Jess Myers and Mick Hatten
Six of the nine UMD men's and women's student-athletes who entered the transfer portal this spring have committed to new programs, including four of the five from the Bulldogs men's team.
There are fewer than 2,300 seats available for the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game in October.

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Former Bemidji State men’s hockey defenseman Zach Whitecloud has been named to Canada’s National Men’s Team roster for the 2022 IIHF World Championship.
The Fighting Hawks have finished first in attendance for eight-straight seasons.
Minnesota State Mankato opens the 2022-23 season with a Frozen Four rematch versus in-state rival Minnesota, while Michigan Tech will host Bowling Green for their annual Winter Carnival series in 2023.

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