Let’s Play Hockey Morning Skate

Let’s Play Hockey Morning Skate With Jackson Boline Today’s skate presented by:   Click PLAY Take a lap around the State of Hockey with me, Jackson Boline, as we recap the past few days of High School Hockey! Welcome to the Let’s Play Hockey Morning Skate!   Welcome to the Let’s Play Hockey Morning Skate. […]

The Playing Time Illusion

“I wish we had a scoresheet for character in athletics” by Dan Bauer In 1971, the legendary John Wooden was trying to recruit a six-foot-eleven-inch junior college player to transfer to UCLA.   “I’m going to make you two promises,” said John Wooden, “One, you’ll probably never ever get off the bench.” Not exactly a positive […]

U of Delaware to add Division I Women’s Hockey

School becomes 45th D-1 Women’s program The University of Delaware will add women’s ice hockey as a varsity sport and join College Hockey America (CHA), effective July 1, 2025, it was announced Friday. Delaware becomes the 45th college or university to sponsor a Division I women’s ice hockey program. A national search for a varsity […]

Registration is now open for 2024 Futures Development Program participants

Futures Development Program Now Open St. Paul, MN – November 30, 2023 – Minnesota Hockey announced today the opening of registration for the Spring 2024 Futures Development Program. Building on the success of last year’s 13U Futures Development Program, Minnesota Hockey will again facilitate a 13U program (for 2011 and 2012 birth years) as well […]

U.S. Women’s National Team roster announced for December rivalry series games

U.S. Women’s National Team roster announced for December rivalry series games Team USA looking to building on 2-0 series advantage COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Hockey announced the 26 players who have been selected tothe U.S. Women’s National Team that will face Canada in the third and fourth games of the 2023-24 Rivalry Series in December.  Game three […]


Champlin Park and top line look to make noise in Section 5AA by Bryan Zollman It took Champlin Park junior winger Brent Solomon an entire period to eclipse his goal total from his sophomore season. Solomon scored four goals in the first period of the Rebels’ first game, a 9-4 win over St. Louis Park. […]

Edina’s Giles earns 500th win

Edina coach becomes 18th in state history to reach 500-win milestone by Bryan Zollman One would be hard pressed to find someone who has been involved in as many games as Edina Head Coach Curt Giles. The former North Star played 14 years in the NHL which included 895 games. He has coached 688 games […]

Evason out, Hynes in as Wild’s new bench boss

Hynes coached previously for New Jersey and Nashville Minnesota Wild General Manager Bill Guerin announced Monday that head coach Dean Evason and assistant coach Bob Woods were relieved of their duties. Hours later he named former New Jersey and Nashville head coach John Hynes as the Wild’s new bench boss. “Dean did an excellent job […]