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NORTH DAKOTA FIGHTING HAWKS

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.
Warroad's Grant Slukynsky, committed to Northern Michigan, also has been key for the Musketeers.
Weems replaces Josh Fenton, who left for the Summit League.
Sidorski will replace Brady Ferner as the eighth blue liner on the Fighting Hawks' roster. Ferner is expected to sign a pro contract.

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There are fewer than 2,300 seats available for the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game in October.
The Fighting Hawks have finished first in attendance for eight-straight seasons.
Fohr has become renowned for his work in developing young defensemen.
The Fighting Hawks will have to dig into the NCAA transfer portal to find an eighth defenseman.
James, an incoming freshman forward, could be a second-round pick.
The Grand Forks native was originally committed to North Dakota, having already signed an NLI. He re-opened his recruitment this spring and settled on the Bulldogs following two seasons with the USA Hockey National Team Development Program.

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Two Warroad High players were selected in the Phase I Draft.
The $5-million project is expected to be finished by Labor Day.
The winger finished second on UND in goals last season.

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