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Top-seeded Mavericks get knocked off by Huskies
St. Cloud State advanced to the region championship game with an 83-71 victory Sunday, ending the season for the top-seeded Mavericks.
Mavericks healthier but still hurting
Michael Dorr and Eriah Hayes will be back in the lineup, but with six players still out with injury, center Joe Schiller will move to defense.
College hockey gameday
Minnesota State at Michigan Tech
6:07 p.m. today and Saturday, MacInnes Student Ice Arena, Houghton, Mich.
Radio: KTOE 1420 AM TV: None
Northern Sun to vote on expansion
Today, the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference board of directors will vote on whether to expand from 14 to 16 programs.
Gusties ranked 8th in DIII
The Gustavus Adolphus men’s hockey team is ranked eighth in the country, according to the first U.S. College Hockey Online poll released earlier this week.
Sister support: Ariel the latest Mackley to shine for MSU
Anyone familiar with women’s college hockey in southern Minnesota must know the Mackleys. Since the fall of 2004, at least one of the three Mackley sisters has been skating for Minnesota State or Gustavus Adolphus.
Zuck's goal lifts MSU past British Columbia
MSU's Eli Zuck’s short-handed breakaway goal 100 seconds into the third period stood as the lone goal in the Mavericks’ 1-0 victory over British Columbia before an announced crowd of 2,236 at the Verizon Wireless Center.
Young Mavericks look to prove rankings wrong
The Western Collegiate Hockey Association’s preseason polls were released on Wednesday, and Minnesota State isn’t getting a lot of love from the league’s coaches nor from the media who cover the conference. Both polls put the Mavericks in 10th place in what is now a 12-team conference.
Clark, St. Olaf run past Gustavus
St. Olaf halfback Leon Clark cut loose for 134 second-half yards and scored the game-winning touchdown with 29 seconds left to lift his team to a 19-14 victory over Gustavus Saturday.
Mavericks get shocked at home
Concordia upset No. 11 MSU 28-26 in a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference game before 4,264 fans. It was the second time in the series history that MSU lost to Concordia.
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