The St. Cloud State men's hockey team will introduce their new head coach Friday afternoon during a press conference at the Husky Den. The coach will be the third in the Division I era for the program.
I think if the situation was handled differently, fans may have a different perspective on his exit. Perhaps if more time had passed between the tourney loss and his taking the job, there wouldn't be such a foul stench left behind.
St. Cloud State junior forward Mikey Eyssimont signed a 2-year entry level contract with the Los Angeles Kings organization yesterday. He led the Huskies with 17 goals and 22 assists in 39 games this season.
SCSU hockey junior Robby Jackson joined us for the first hour of the show. Hour two's topics included turd nominees, whether Loyola's Cinderella story is bad for the NCAA and we chat with Kevin Falness of the Minnesota Wild Radio Network.
"You know as a player someday you will leave the coach, but you don't expect the coach to leave the player," St. Cloud State junior forward Robby Jackson said Tuesday afternoon when discussing the departure of coach Bob Motzko.
Jackson Goplen's three-run home run in the top of the 13th inning sent SCSU to the win in game one. Mitch Mallek finished 3-5 in the win for the Huskies, while Sauk Rapids native Matt Meyer added a pair of hits.
The top-ranked and top-seeded St. Cloud State hockey team was upset 4-1 by Air Force in the opening game of the NCAA Tournament in Sioux Falls, South Dakota Saturday afternoon. The Huskies' season ends with a record of 25-9-6.