Second Time’s A Charm: SCSU Defeats Boston University 6-2

Albany, NY – It’s been 21 years since the Huskies last faced Boston University. By coincidence, it was in the NCAA Regional Tournament and it was in Albany, NY. Different year, different result. After a scoreless first period, the Huskies scored six times including three in the final period to dispatch Hockey East’s Terriers by…

NCHC Quarterfinals: Huskies vs Tigers as Playoffs Begin

St. Cloud, MN – The NCHC Frozen Faceoff commences on March 12th in a new venue and new format in Grand Forks ND. In this unprecedented year, the National Collegiate Hockey Conference scrapped the three-game format at home sites for the quarterfinals and moved the tourney to Ralph Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks, ND. Grateful…

Huskies Capture 4-3 Overtime Win Over the UMD Bulldogs

St. Cloud, MN – Entering the regular-season finale at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center vs UMD on Saturday, March 6th, the Huskies needed a single conference point to secure the #2 seed for the upcoming NCHC Frozen Faceoff. After perhaps their most dominating opening period of the season and a 3-0 lead it appeared…

SCSU and UMD Battle for Second Place on Saturday

St. Cloud, MN – For the sixth time this season, the SCSU Huskies and the UMD Bulldogs square off in a pivotal game at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center on Saturday. On the line is the #2 seed for the NCHC Frozen Faceoff taking place in Grand Forks, ND starting on March 12th. For…

UMD Three-Goal First Period Buries Huskies

Duluth, MN – Following the Bulldogs frustrating 2-1 loss at home to Colorado College last Thursday, UMD head coach had some specific marching orders for his team heading into Saturday’s game with SCSU. “We’ve lost three games in a row. There is a lot of pride in our room and there is pride in our…

Huskies Shutout the CC Tigers 4-0 on Senior Day

St. Cloud, MN – The SCSU Huskies have had mixed results over the years on Senior Day. Maybe this year, there was less pressure with the seniors allowed eligibility for one more year. Maybe it was the urgency of chasing North Dakota for the Penrose Cup. In any case, the Huskies scored twice in period…