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St Cloud State Huskies Hockey Tickets
Team: St. Cloud State Huskies
Arena: Herb Brooks National Hockey Center
Head Coach: Brett Larson
St. Cloud State Huskies Hockey TicketsSt. Cloud State's hockey program got its start back in the 1932-33 season. However, the school was not a part of the NCAA's Division I until fairly recently, in 1987-88. Since the 2013-14 season, the Huskies have competed in the NCHC. This is a tough conference, home to stiff competition like former NCAA champions, the North Dakota Fighting Hawks and the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs. The St. Cloud State Huskies have made their presence felt in the NCHC fairly quickly. They've made it to the NCAA playoffs five times since joining the conference. In recent years, the Huskies have counted play-makers Easton-Brodzinski and Sam Hentges as key pieces of the team. New head coach Brett Larson has developed the team extensively during his short tenure there. This team plays a hard-charging style of hockey. Get your St. Cloud State Huskies hockey tickets at StubHub.
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Where do the St. Cloud State Huskies play?The Huskies play their home games at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center on the St. Cloud State University campus. This facility is dedicated to hockey and seats 6,000 people. Originally opened in 1989, the rink was first named after university president Brendan J. McDonald. He helped move the Huskies to NCAA Division I. In 2013, it was renamed in honor of the legendary Herb Brooks, who coached the US National team as well as St. Cloud State during his career. The arena includes two rinks, 11 locker rooms and several multipurpose rooms.
Who is the head coach of the St. Cloud State Huskies?Brett Larson was named head coach of the St. Cloud State Huskies in 2018. Before his appointment, he was on the coaching staff at Minnesota-Duluth. During his first season behind the Huskies' bench, Larson compiled a record of 30-6-3. As a result, Larson was named NCHC Coach of the year. Larson is the third coach to helm St. Cloud State University since the team moved to Division I. He played college hockey at the University of Minnesota-Duluth and was an assistant coach there from 2015 to 2018.
Who are some notable St. Cloud State Huskies players?Several Huskies have gone on to play professional hockey, including in the NHL. One of the first was Frank Brimsek, who played for the Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks during the 1930s and 1940s. More recently, former Huskies like Tyler Arnason, Matt Cullen and Bret Hedican have made their presence felt in the league. Currently, St. Cloud State's roster includes several prospects who've already been drafted by NHL teams.
What are some great moments in recent St. Cloud State Huskies history?During the 2018-19 season, St. Cloud State won 30 games. The team's in-conference record was a staggering 19-2-3. That was good enough to earn a No. 1 Seed for the NCAA hockey tournament.
Do the St. Cloud State Huskies have any notable rivalries?St. Cloud State has many notable rivals, some in-conference, like North Dakota, and some out-of-conference, like Princeton University. Though the Huskies don't often face off against Princeton, their games are always hard-fought. In 2017, these teams played a two-game series that resulted in ties. Princeton always shows up against St. Cloud, who've often swept them in series, as in 2003. St. Cloud State's rivalry with North Dakota is a bit more serious, as the teams play in the same NCHC conference. They're often fighting for a position going into the playoffs. In January 2019, the teams played a tough and memorable game where the Huskies outshot North Dakota by a significant margin.
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