The Rink Live's Mick Hatten joined WJON Friday to discuss what factors the conferences are considering, why youth hockey is allowed but college may not be, the recent news surrounding Anchorage, Huntsville and St. Thomas and more.
The decision means the cancellation of women's soccer, volleyball and cross country seasons at St. Cloud State University. The two basketball teams, wrestling, women's swim/dive and indoor track teams are suspended until the end of the year.
Mick Hatten from The Rink Live joined WJON's "Hang Up and Listen" to discuss a possible timeline for the Tommies to not only find a conference, but to also be competitive at the highest level of college hockey in a state filled with DI programs.
The St. Cloud State men's basketball team has a great history of success over the years which includes great coaches and players. With the help of St. Cloud State Assistant Athletic Director of Strategic Communications Tom Nelson and I put together some of the best men's basketball player…
The St. Cloud State women's basketball team advanced to the NCAA Division II in March but were unable to play due to Covid-19. With the help of St. Cloud State Assistant Athletic Director of Strategy Communications Tom Nelson we are reliving SCSU women's basketball in pictures.
This week, Hatten discusses a potential new assistant coach for SCSU men's hockey, whether or not Bob Motzko is hesitant to return to the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center, some of the recent guests on his "Husky Hockey Happy Hour" podcast and more.
St. Cloud State has been well represented in the National Hockey League over the years. Many of them are pictured here with the exception of Frank Brimsek (Boston 1938-1949), Len Esau (Toronto 91-92, Quebec 92-93, Calgary 93-95, Edmonton 94-95), Fred Knipscheer (Boston 93-95, St. Louis 95-96),