Mikey Anderson and his older brother, Joey, were engaged in a competitive battle Saturday before leaving their Canal Park hotel to watch their future college hockey team play its regular-season finale.
National Collegiate Hockey Conference series are not decided by total goals, therefore Minnesota Duluth fans were forced to spend late Saturday night nervously awaiting the final score of another league contest to determine whether they would return to Amsoil Arena again this season.RELATED CONTENT
A night after the Bulldogs pummeled Nebraska-Omaha by six goals, the Mavericks turned the tables in a 4-1 victory tonight to clinch third place in the conference.RELATED CONTENT
Despite being on-ice rivals, St. Scholastica and St. Norbert College share a common bond. The two universities became nomads once five Wisconsin schools broke away from the seven-team Northern Collegiate Hockey Association to form their own league for the 2013-14 season. And when the chance came to merge with the Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association, the pair went in as a package deal. So perhaps it’s fitting that the Saints and the Green Knights will decide the first reorganized NCHA championship. The teams meet for the Harris Cup at 7 p.m. today at Cornerstone Community Center in DePere, Wis.
The Minnesota Duluth men’s hockey team scored seven goals twice during exhibition games this season. Friday night’s crucial game against Nebraska-Omaha wasn’t an exhibition, but rather an important National Collegiate Hockey Conference game with home-ice playoff implications. The Bulldogs only treated Omaha like an exhibition opponent, winning 8-2 before 6,501 spectators at Amsoil Arena.RELATED CONTENT
During Minnesota Duluth’s series two weeks ago against Minnesota, the Bulldogs experimented with a new game plan in an effort to see what might work against the No. 1 college women’s hockey team in the country.RELATED CONTENT
Esko didn’t need a 3-point prayer at the buzzer from an unheralded freshman to win the Section 7AA boys basketball title this year.RELATED CONTENT
Several times in the past few years when covering an evening event in the Grand Rapids area, I found myself unable to find a public phone line to transmit a story via laptop computer.
The four-level, $6.5 million structure towering over Malosky Stadium isn’t the only face-lift the Minnesota Duluth football program underwent lately.
As Dave Hylla and a reporter walked off the artificial surface at Public Schools Stadium last November, the longtime Proctor football coach had a gleam in his eyes when talking about the following season.
Tom Bang doesn’t intend to stick around coaching Hermantown softball for another 17 or 18 years.RELATED CONTENT
Even in death, Caitlin Calgaro didn’t stop giving.RELATED CONTENT
One morning three months ago, Laura Griffiths rested on her family’s couch, unable to go to school, her heart racing at an uncontrollable, life-threatening rate.RELATED CONTENT
One and done. The Minnesota Duluth women’s basketball program apparently has adopted that mantra as its motto.RELATED CONTENT
Wayne Pender’s first introduction to athletic administration convinced him there wasn’t much to the job.RELATED CONTENT