Category: Sports

Much of the Pack Returning for Huskies in 2021-22

Much of the Pack Returning for Huskies in 2021-22

In a season that saw the Huskies Men’s Hockey team earn their way to the NCAA national championship game last week some members of the squad have already committed their return for next season. In an interview with KFAN in Minneapolis, Head Coach Brett Larson announced that forwards Easton Brodzinski and Kevin Fitzgerald will make another run with the Huskies […]

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Postponed: IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championship

Postponed: IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championship

Covid-19 concerns left The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) frantic to reschedule after the women’s world hockey championship was postponed. Rene Fasel, IIHF chief said the decision to postpone the event was made last minute by health officials in Nova Scotia, Canada. Teams were set to start traveling to the event over the course of the next two days. Teams […]

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Carlton County Crash

Two women died in a single vehicle car crash on Highway 23 in Carlton County, Tuesday evening … The crash happened when the driver went into the shoulder, oversteered to correct and rolled the vehicle into a tree…  The two Victims were 35 year old Angela Severson and 36 year old Jennifer Bokusky… 

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NHL Ref Fired

Former NHL referee Tim Peel was fired by the league on Wednesday… The referees voice was picked up during a game between the Nashville Predators and Detroit Red Wings…  He had said “it wasn’t much but I wanted to get an early penalty against against Nashville”…  Many players weighed in on the situation saying it was a first for him […]

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St. Cloud Man Caught after Fleeing an Accident

St. Cloud Man Caught after Fleeing an Accident

Saint Cloud, Minn.– A man fled the scene of an accident in St.Cloud, Minn. before police could arrive. Two cars were involved in a crash after the suspect was speeding and ran a stop sign. No one was injured in the crash. The suspect that ran the sign, left the scene before police could arrive. Police tracked and caught the […]

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Former Viking Kyle Rudolph Signs With New York Giants

Former Viking Kyle Rudolph Signs With New York Giants

Tight end Kyle Rudolph signed with the New York Giants on Thursday. Kyle Rudolph was drafted in 2011 and played all of his first 10 seasons in the NFL with the Minnesota Vikings. With the Vikings, he recorded 435 catches, 4,488 yards, and 48 touchdowns. Rudolph is a two-time Pro Bowl selection, participating in 2012 and 2017. He won the […]

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Summer learning is crucial after interrupted school year, experts say

Summer learning is crucial after interrupted school year, experts say

Many students in the U.S. could be looking at summer school this year because of the interrupted learning during the pandemic. Even if school is the last place children want to be in the summer, parents are hoping for summer learning to help their kids stay on track. Experts say because of the interrupted study, it is crucial to have […]

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Vikings Getting A New Player?

Vikings Getting A New Player?

Wednesday night The Minnesota Vikings have agreed to a one-year worth $10 million with eight-time Pro Bowl cornerback Patrick Peterson.The Vikings have not gave an official state on the deal how ever a person with knowledge of the negotiations speaking on condition of anonymity spoke to The Associated Press. He’ll receive an $8 million base salary, with up to $2 […]

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New rules for high school sports

New rules for high school sports

The Minnesota State High School League has recently announced some new rules and regulations involving high school sports games and tournaments. The new rules state that at most upcoming tournaments, spectator capacity will be 250 people. The League Executive Director hopes that at least one or two family members of the athletes participating will be able to watch in-person. The […]

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Women’s basketball prepares for NCAA’s

After a strong season for the women’s basketball team, the Huskies are now preparing for a possible bid to the NCAA tournament. SCSU will play the guessing game until this Sunday when they’ll find out if their hard work has paid off. The Huskies had a solid season, upsetting teams like Bemidji State and the University of Minnesota Duluth. In […]

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