Inaugural Husky Puck Drop Breakfast Gives Fans an Early SCSU Preview

SCSU Head Coach Brett Larson and Women’s Asst Coach Steven Macdonald (Photo Prout)

St. Cloud, MN – Fans of St. Cloud State University men’s and women’s hockey were treated to breakfast and a preview of the 2018-19 season at the inaugural Husky Hockey Puck Breakfast on Saturday, September 15. A large contingent of SCSU fans filled the Husky Den and were addressed by SCSU President Robbyn Wacker, Athletic Director Heather Weems, Coaches Brett Larson and Steven Macdonald and players Jimmy Schuldt and Hannah Potrykus. The event was emceed by SCSU men’s hockey play by play announcer Jim Erickson.

Heather Weems gave a brief address and introduced new SCSU President Robbyn Wacker. President Wacker welcomed the crowd with an enthusiastic greeting and related she is a native of Colorado Springs, CO and fully aware of the impact of college hockey on the campus of SCSU.  Coaches Larson and Macdonald previewed their respective teams upcoming season and provided a brief preview of their first-year players. Players Schuldt and Potrykus also discussed the prospects for the 2018-19 season. The coaches and players were also open to a Q&A session from the attendees.

Jimmy Schuldt was named captain of the Huskies men’s team this past week with Jacob Benson and Jon Lizotte named alternate captains. SCSU women’s hockey will name their captains in the upcoming week.

SCSU women’s hockey opens their season on the road vs the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT on September 28/29 while the Huskies men drop the puck on October 7 in an exhibition game with Mount Royal University of Calgary, ALB.

A photo gallery of the breakfast event is HERE

 

 

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