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ST. CLOUD STATE HUSKIES

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.
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.
A 19-year-old from Toronto, Gray led the OJHL in goals-against average and tied for first in save percentage and wins for the North York Rangers. He will join the Huskies in the fall of 2022.

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After spending 5 seasons with the Huskies, the 25-year-old has done a lot of traveling in the last 6 weeks. Fun podcast with the former SCSU alternate captain
Engstrom has been a Huskies assistant coach for 3 seasons. Idalski is a former UND head coach and former Huskies assistant coach. Strand is the head coach at UW-Eau Claire.
Oliver, the first person that Larson hired after he became the Huskies head coach, is the new head coach of the Fargo Force. With the transfer portal closed, a look at the 9 probable additions to next season's roster. Jack Ahcan wins an award with Providence.
Oliver has spent the last four seasons as an assistant to Brett Larson with the Huskies
The 24-year-old discusses why he's going back for another season playing in Slovakia, the atmosphere of what it's like to play there, makes his pitch to be the next NCHC commissioner and answers questions from Twitter followers
The 37-year-old who grew up in Detroit Lakes discusses his visions for the Vikings, putting together a staff, a roster, helping pick equipment, having input on a new arena. He also discusses helping coach two teams to Frozen Four appearances and shares memories from his playing, coaching careers.

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At 6-foot-5, he will be one of the tallest to play for the Huskies in the NCAA Division I era. He had 36 points in 54 games for the Burlington Cougars this season as a 19-year-old.
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Former Moorhead Spuds and St. Cloud State Huskies star defenseman Will Borgen had an army of family and friends cheering for him as he made his return to Minnesota as a member of the NHL’s Seattle Kraken on Friday.
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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