Speedy Forward Max Montes Commits to St. Cloud State

St. Cloud, MN – The St. Cloud State University Huskies picked up another commitment with the addition of 16 year-old (9/1/03) Hartland, Wisconsin native Max Montes on August 19. Hartland is a suburb of Milwaukee, WI. This follows the commitment of another forward from the Badger State, Jonah Aegerter of Janesville, WI a week ago.…

CenterIceView: College Hockey Mid-Summer Ramblings

St. Cloud, MN – Although it’s  the “Dog Days of Summer” things are moving forward on the college hockey landscape. Here’s some updates that may be of interest: Huskies Return to School  With SCSU classes scheduled to begin on August 24, members of the SCSU men’s hockey team have returned to campus including international students.…

Minnetonka’s Luedtke Announces Commitment to SCSU

St. Cloud, MN – In a surprise development, defenseman, Josh Luedtke of Minnetonka, MN announced his commitment to St. Cloud State University via Twitter on May 2nd. Luedtke announced “Honored to announce my commitment to play hockey at St. Cloud State University! I can’t thank God, my family, teammates, coaches and everyone who has supported…

Consider These College Hockey’s Peskiest Forwards

St. Cloud, MN – I read an interesting piece this week by Tony Ferrari @theTonyFerrari of Dobber Prospects titled Searching for the Next ‘Elite Pest’. The posting discussed the rarity of NHL prospects exhibiting the characteristics of what he described as the “skilled pest” or “Brad Marchand archetype”, a player that has the ability to…

Perunovich Wins Hobey

The University of Minnesota-Duluth added another name to it’s long list of Hobey Baker winners as defenseman, Scott Perunovich was named the 2019-20 winner on Saturday, April 11. In an odd late night announcement by ESPN (11:00PM ET) on a day in which the Frozen Four Championship would have been played, Perunovich was introduced as…

Graduate Transfer Seamus Donohue Chooses SCSU

(This story was previously imbedded in a March 28 update) St. Cloud, MN – With the departure of seniors Jack Ahcan and Clark Kuster who logged 33 and 27 games respectively, the Huskies needed the addition of two defenseman to round out their roster for the 2020-21 season. Carver, MN native and former Holy Family…