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ROSEAU RAMS

Fifteen years ago Roseau native Nick Oliver and Grafton’s Chad Demers paved the way in the first ever season for the Fargo Force. Now these former teammates are reunited again in a way they never thought would happen.
Growing up on the North Rink in Roseau, Minnesota, Thor Byfuglien credits his hometown for where he is today and those who helped him along the way.
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.
Oliver has spent the last four seasons as an assistant to Brett Larson with the Huskies

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The 18-year-old forward, who was named Mr. Hockey in March, has 13 points in 13 games for the North American Hockey League team.
After an injury three years ago almost left him never playing the game again, Aaron Huglen is now chasing a national title with the University of Minnesota.
The Rink Live reporters discuss all the weekend happenings in the hockey world.
The only other Roseau Ram to win the award is Aaron Ness in 2008.
The Rams bounced back after a loss to Moorhead to end their regular season with a forceful win over the Green Wave.
Brueske scored the first and last goal of the game for the Spuds in a 5-4 win over Roseau on Tuesday in the Section 8AA girls hockey semifinals.

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Moorhead jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first period
The Rams won an overtime thriller 7-6 in December when they visited the Spuds at the Moorhead Sports Center.
The winner will advance to Friday's sectional final against either Alexandria or Brainerd to determine who will advance to the Minnesota state girls' high school hockey tournament.

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