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Shane Frederick: Mav hockey offers much to look forward to
It must have been a little more than halfway through the college hockey season, and it was clear that Minnesota State had turned things around after a couple of rough years and a coaching change.
Thoma: Sorting through the 2013 rotation
This year's rotation will tell us plenty about 2014's rotation
Cross: Nothing rings in spring like Harleys and turkeys
Turkey hunting is a good sign of spring
Bethany coach had hand in rise of Florida Gulf Coast
Dave Balza ran program as it moved from Division II to Division I
Shane Frederick: Say goodbye to the Final Five drama
The Golden Goose is dead.
If college hockey fans didn't realize that two years ago when the first ripples of the great conference shakeup began to appear, they must have figured it out this past weekend in St. Paul.
Thoma: A pitching paradox: Too little means too many
Twins have work to do in terms of starting pitching.
Cross: Turkeys don’t mind the weather, but we do
Picking a spring turkey season to hunt is difficult.
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Rueda column: Gene Hildebrandt leaves a legacy on and off the mat at St. James
Longtime wrestling coach steps aside
Frederick: MSU a ‘special’ team this season
Minnesota State is playing a different style of hockey.
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