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Huskies Stun Omaha, Earn Sweep

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02/23/2015 - 4:00 PM

Huskies Stun Omaha, Earn Sweep
Charlie Lindgrin

Going into last weekend, the Husky Hockey team was looking for any sort of momentum they could and they found it. The Huskies hosted a Nebraska-Omaha team, which was ranked 6th in the nation. SCSU knew they had to start fast, and they did just that. Ethan Prow would rip a shot past Ryan Massa just 8:16 into the game. 4 minutes later, Patrick Russell would tip a Prow shot in front of the net, redirecting it past Massa, and the Huskies had a 2-0 lead on 2 power play goals. The Huskies would hold a 2-1 lead until the 3rd period, then things got interesting. Tyler Vesel and Austin Ortega would score for UNO and SCSU found itself down 3-2. Then the comeback started. Blake Winiecki angled a shot between Massa's shoulder and the crossbar to tie the game and just 16 seconds later, David Morley would score to make the score 4-3. Every game that Morley has scored in, the Huskies have won, and that would prove to be the case in this game as well as Huskies win 4-3

Saturday night featured a slow start by both teams as neither could really gain any advantage. It wasn't until midway through the 2nd period that Nathan Widman fired a harmless shot that Ryan Massa misjudged and was allowed in for a goal. The Huskies would hold that lead until 13:18 in the 3rd period that Jimmy Murray would get his 3rd goal of the year. They would hold off a barrage of shots in the final few minutes of the game and killed off a 6-on-4 power play, winning 2-0. It was also the first time that Omaha had been swept all year.

The Huskies have now won 3 games straight and 6 games out of their last 8. They are also over .500 for the first time since Late October, checking in at 15-14-1. They will be on the road at the Ralph Englestad Arena this weekend.

Huskies Preparing for Big Home Series Against Omaha

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02/18/2015 - 2:15 PM

Huskies Preparing for Big Home Series Against Omaha

The last time that SCSU played Nebraska-Omaha, they were swept 3-2 and 5-3. That was the last series before Christmas. Since Christmas though, the Huskies are 7-5 and trying to finish the season strong. In the last three weeks of the season, they play 3 top-ten teams, including Omaha, which is ranked 5th, North Dakota, who is 2nd, and Denver, who is ranked 9th. The Huskies are chasing Denver and Duluth for the potential of a home playoff game, but Denver is a more reasonable opponent to catch. The Huskies are 1 game back of Denver and at this point, any points they can get will help.

UNO comes in having scored the most goals in the conference at 56 while only allowing 44. The Huskies have 54 goals on the year and are 2nd in the conference in fewest goals allowed in conference played. Puck drop is set for 7:37 on Friday and 7:07 on Saturday games can be heard on KVSC 88.1 or follow along @KVSCHockey for updates.

Morley's 2 Goals Power Split

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02/16/2015 - 4:00 PM

Morley's 2 Goals Power Split
Morley's 2 Goals Power Split

 The Huskies went to Duluth over the weekend needing to generate offense and needing to get themselves going heading down the stretch of the season. Friday's game started with a goal by Blake Winiecki with just 1 minute left to go in the 1st period. That would be the margin heading into the 3rd period when the game really broke open. Duluth would break the shutout with a goal by Jared Thomas. The Bulldogs would score again just 2 minutes later with Derik Johnson lighting the lamp and before the Huskies knew it, it was 3-1 after a Power Play Goal on a too many men penalty. Joey Benik would score at 17:52 in the 3rd, but Adam Krause would add an empty netter and the Huskies fell 4-2. Coach Motzko at the time said it was like "dying slowly by 1000 paper cuts".

Saturday night would be a different story entirely for the Huskies. David Morley would break open the scoring at 10:09 of the second period. He would also add a 2nd goal five minutes into the 3rd period. The Bulldogs would break the shutout with a goal by Austin Farley, but the Huskies would light the lamp with Patrick Russell and an empty netter by Joey Benik and upset UMD 4-1, more importantly though, they earned the split. The Huskies will welcome #5 UNO this weekend. 

Husky Wrestling Ranked #1

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02/12/2015 - 12:00 PM

Husky Wrestling Ranked #1
Head Coach Steve Costanzo

Congratulations to the St. Cloud State Wrestling team as they are the new number one team in the nation in the latest NCAA coaches poll. The Huskies own a 14-2 overall record this season and are 5-0 inside the N-S-I-C as of February, 15.  

SCSU has five wrestlers ranked in the top five individually including; junior Clint Poster #1 at the 157-pounds, junior Gabe Fogarty #2 at 165-pounds, junior Austin Goergen #3 at 285-pounds, Josh Howk #4 at 141 pounds and sophomore Mike Rhone #5 at 133-pounds.

The latest coaches poll can be by clicking here.

 

Huskies Heads to Duluth

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02/11/2015 - 2:00 PM

Huskies Heads to Duluth

The SCSU Men's Hockey team will hit the road this weekend as they travel to Duluth to play the UMD Bulldogs. In the last three series between the two teams, there have been 3 sweeps. The Huskies were swept at home by Duluth the last 2 years, while sweeping Duluth last year. In the last 10 games against the Bulldogs, the Huskies are 6-3-1.

The Huskies are led by Hobey Baker Candidate and the newest member of the 100 point club at SCSU, Jonny Brodzinski, who has 28 points on the year, with 17 goals and 11 assists. The Huskies also will look to get their 5th ranked Power Play going as they are 23.6% on the year, and also are one of the least penalized teams in the nation, only being shorthanded for 252 minutes in a total of 26 games.The Huskies are 6-4 in their last 10 games and trying to carry momentum from winning 3 of their last 4. Friday night's game will be televised on the CBS Sports Network. 

Vote Jonny Brodzinski For Hobey Baker

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02/05/2015 - 3:00 PM

Vote Jonny Brodzinski For Hobey Baker
Jonny Brodzinski
 

After an impressive month of January, junior Jonny Brodzinski continues his phenomenal season, leading SCSU with 28 points (17+11=28). He received player of the month honors for January in the NCHC, earning 13 points on seven goals and six assists in 10 games. Brodzinski also leads the NCAA with 10 power play goals.

For the past two seasons, the St. Cloud State men’s hockey team has had a Hobey Baker Hat Trick finalist. Drew LeBlanc won the award in 2013 and Nic Dowd was a runner up in 2014. The Huskies have an opportunity to send another finalist for a third straight season and Brodzinski needs your votes.

You can vote for Brodzinski once a day on hobeybaker.com. The Hobey Baker Award is an annual award given to the top NCAA, men's hokcey player. You can vote for Jonny here by clicking this link.

 

Sports Schedule

  • Men's Hockey vs University of Denver
    Mar 06, 2015 - 8:07
  • Men's Hockey vs University of Denver
    Mar 07, 2015 - 7:07
  • Wrestling vs 2015 NCAA DII Championships (Sports Stream)
    Mar 13, 2015 - 9:00

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