SCSU Men’s Hockey Broadcasts Have a New Home

Dave Reichel and Jim Erickson (Photo Prout)

St. Cloud, MN – St. Cloud State Athletics and its exclusive multimedia rightsholder, St. Cloud State Sports Properties, announced on September 22 a five-year radio relationship with Leighton Broadcasting to broadcast St. Cloud State men’s hockey.

Fans will find game action on KNSI AM 1450 / 99.3 FM and KZPZ HD 98.9-2 FM in the St. Cloud area. The new agreement with Radio FM Media is concurrent with the upcoming 2021-22 athletics season.

Jim Erickson who has provided the play-by-play action since the 2016-17 season and broadcast partner Dave Reichel who provides game commentary is entering his 32nd season. Reichel is a former two-time All-American at St. Cloud State University.

“I’m thankful for the support and coverage Leighton Broadcasting will provide to our men’s hockey program,” said head coach Brett Larson. “Our dedicated Husky fans will receive superb coverage from the teams at St. Cloud State Sports Properties and Leighton, and I can’t wait to work with them.”

“We are excited to announce this partnership with Leighton Broadcasting, which will allow us to continue to reach the homes of our great fans as they follow our Huskies Athletics teams,” said St. Cloud State Director of Athletics Heather Weems. “The platforms provided by St. Cloud State Sports Properties and Leighton will enhance the gameday experience for our fanbase by allowing Husky fans to become more familiar with our St. Cloud State student-athletes and coaches through the gameday coverage, in-depth interviews and coaches show.”


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