With four words, the men’s Husky Hockey coach electrified the crowd in the atrium of the renovated and expanded Herb Brooks National Hockey Center. “It can happen here,” said Bob Motzko, to about 1,000 people gathered Sept. 28 to see the results of a $14.7 million expansion and renovation investment — $6.5 million from the
Drew LeBlanc’s career as a St. Cloud State student is climaxing April 12 as he holds in his hands college hockey’s version of the Heisman Trophy. Related links » Photo gallery: Drew LeBlanc through the years At center ice of the CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Penn., LeBlanc accepts the 40-pound Hobey Baker Memorial Award,
Sunny skies brought thousands to campus for the 40th annual Lemonade Concert and Art Fair featuring more than 250 art vendors and musicians including the St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra. The event also kicked off the city’s Granite City Days events and marked the start of the summer edition of the university’s Celebrate! St. Cloud State
St. Cloud State physicist John Harlander is on a team chosen to study Earth’s atmosphere, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) officials announced Friday. The Ionospheric Connection (ICON) team will develop instruments for an Explorer satellite mission to be launched in 2017 from Goddard Space Flight Center, northeast of Washington D.C. ICON is led by research physicist Thomas
St. Cloud State officials and a representative of the Herb Brooks family today announced that St. Cloud State’s hockey arena is renamed the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center. “Herb created connections between people and ideas,” said President Earl H. Potter III at an April 17 press conference. “And St. Cloud State is a place that
This is Drew LeBlanc, the nation’s best college hockey player, winner of the 2013 Hobey Baker Memorial Award.
Goals were in short supply for St. Cloud State in the 4-1 loss to Quinnipiac University April 11 at the Frozen Four in Pittsburgh. Not lacking were fan support and commitment to team and university. St. Cloud State’s first national semifinal brought five members of the undefeated 1962 men’s Husky Hockey team to the NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Championship.
Fans were waiting at the St. Cloud Regional Airport on March 31 when the men’s Husky Hockey team arrived after defeating Miami 4-1 in Ohio to advance to the school’s first ever Frozen Four. Video by Athletic Media Relations For weeks Robert Giles Motzko ’89 talked publicly about the selfless, dedicated, complaint-free nature of his
When the Men’s Husky Hockey team claimed a share of the MacNaughton Cup, fans and alumni throughout the country took to the web to declare their pride in their team. Check out what they had to say: [View the story “WCHA title echoes across the Internet” on Storify]
It is a Saturday night script to remember at St. Cloud State. Men’s Husky Hockey defeats University of Alaska Anchorage 5-1 March 16 at the National Hockey and Event Center (NHEC) to advance to the WCHA Final Five tournament and a top-seed chance at winning the Broadmoor Trophy in St. Paul. Senior men’s hockey captain