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ST. CLOUD NORSEMEN

The 18-year-old defenseman from Lake Elmo, Minn., and Hill-Murray High School graduate, is ranked No. 125 among North American Skaters by NHL Central Scouting in their final 2022 draft prospect rankings. The NHL Entry Draft will be held July 7-8 in Montreal
The 27-year-old from St. Louis spent last season as an assistant coach for the St. Cloud Norsemen in the NAHL. Also, Jack Peart is one of 20 defensemen invited to National Junior Evaluation Camp for Team USA.
The former Huskies forward (1990-94) recently saw his 18-year-old son, a defenseman, make a verbal commitment to play for the Huskies. Tony talks about his son, shares memories of playing for St. Cloud State with The Rink Live's Mick Hatten on the Huskies Hockey Insider Podcast.
Both of Gruba's parents attended St. Cloud State. His father, Tony, played forward for the Huskies from 1990-94 and was the team's captain his senior season.

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Anchorage Wolverines coach Mike Aikens will take an expansion team into the Robertson Cup title game on Tuesday after his team beat the St. Cloud Norsemen Saturday to win their NAHL semifinal series.
It took nearly 50 saves by an Anchorage native to put the expansion Wolverines one win from a trip to the NAHL title game after they survived a first-round battle with St. Cloud.
The New Mexico Ice Wolves, Anchorage Wolverines, New Jersey Titans and St. Cloud Norsemen will all face off at Fogerty Arena in an effort to earn the prestigious Robertson Cup.
Defenseman has two game-winning goals in the playoffs, including in Game 3 of the Central Division championship series in triple overtime. Sabo was second in the NAHL in plus/minus (plus-38) and had 27 points in 59 regular season games. St. Cloud is the top seed in the four-team Robertson Cup Championship tournament this weekend in Blaine.
The 19-year-old forward and captain from Orono had two goals in 3-2 series-clinching win over Bismarck. The Norsemen begin the NAHL Central Division championship series against Aberdeen on Friday at Municipal Athletic Complex.
The 18-year-old senior at Hill-Murray High School is the No. 100-ranked North American skater in the midterm rankings by NHL Central Scouting and is weighing NCAA Division I offers. But his next task is helping St. Cloud reach the second round of the NAHL playoffs, which begin Friday

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19-year-old from Minneapolis is third on the team in points (49) and second in plus/minus (plus-21)
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.
MSU-Mankato commit has helped one of the top power-play teams in the NAHL to lead the Central Division.

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