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SIOUX FALLS STAMPEDE

Back in his adopted hometown this week, T.J. Oshie discusses his time with the University of North Dakota, playing for the St. Louis Blues, playing in the Olympics and picking hockey over basketball. All this and more with The Rink Live's Jess Myers and Mick Hatten.
The 28-year-old goalie, who played for Lakeville North High School and the Sioux Falls Stampede, is a guest on the Huskies Hockey Insider podcast with Mick Hatten.
Rassey has been an NHL scout, finished last season with the Omaha Lancers
The Stampede's new vice president of hockey operations and general manager also talks about growing up in Grand Forks with a college hockey coach as a dad, working with Bob Motzko, Nate Leaman and more on The Rink Live podcast with Jess Myers and Mick Hatten.

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More than two decades ago, Bob Motzko hired a goalie just out of college as an assistant coach with a new USHL team. Now the Stampede are one of the most renowned programs in the league, and that former goalie is coming back to run the show.
Cedar Rapids, Madison and the NTDP are hoping to claim the final two USHL Eastern Conference playoff spots this weekend as the regular season comes to a close.
In this week's episode of Today in the USHL, three more teams have found their way into the Clark Cup playoffs as we head into the final week of the regular season, and we are tracking what USHL alumni are up to now that the NCAA season has come to a close.
Former Rochester Mayo and Shattuck St. Mary's standout hockey player Maddox Fleming is excelling with the USHL's Sioux Falls Stampede this spring. The Notre Dame commit could also be selected in July's NHL Draft.
Senior from Anchorage had 24 points in 37 games this season
Growing up around college campuses and college rinks while his father coached at Denver, Providence, Air Force and Ohio State, Sioux Falls Stampede defenseman Cole Miller had plenty to consider before he committed to St. Thomas this week.

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