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,
St. Cloud State University firmly etched 2012-13 into the men’s Husky Hockey record books with a season that included four historic firsts for the University. Related links » More about Huskies in the Frozen Four » Drew LeBlanc Husky career highlights The Huskies posted a 4-2 victory over Wisconsin in Madison on March 8, earning St.
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
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. The press conference was followed by a “Celebrate with the Huskies” salute to the historic 2012-13 men’s Husky Hockey team. Read the story.
PITTSBURGH, Pa. — At the head of the Hobey Baker autograph line that snakes down the mezzanine from Section 118 to Section 120 sits a hockey player with shoulder-length dark hair and a shy, but steady smile. Approaching in the line is a freckle-faced boy and his mother. LeBlanc slaps the cloth-covered table top with his
PITTSBURGH, Pa. — St. Cloud State University’s (25-16-1) historical run at the NCAA Frozen Four came to an end on Thursday, April 11 with a 4-1 loss against Quinnipiac (30-7-5) at the CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pa. Related links Box Score SCSUHuskies.com Quinnipiac will now advance to the championship game of the NCAA tournament
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.