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Minnesotans in the NHL (2018-19)

04/08/2019, 1:00pm CDT, By Let's Play Hockey

58 natives of the State of Hockey have played at least one game in the NHL this season

Minnesota-Grown College Commitments

04/08/2019, 9:15am CDT, By Let's Play Hockey

Men's & Women's Division I College Commitments

Staying home in Hudson

03/28/2019, 10:15am CDT, By Andrew Vitalis

Chase Blackmun and Anna Wilgren completed their high school careers with the Raiders before moving on to Division I

Coachability is key

03/27/2019, 10:30am CDT, By Kevin Hartzell, Let's Play Hockey Columnist

The story of Andreas Nödl’s rise to professional hockey illustrates the importance of being coachable

What the best stickhandlers do

03/26/2019, 2:15pm CDT, By Kim McCullough, M.Sc, YCS

There are three critical aspects of stickhandling for young players to learn

Whole team offense

03/26/2019, 11:45am CDT, By John Russo, Let's Play Hockey Columnist

Team offense should get everybody into the offensive action – even the goaltenders.

Developing grit in youth athletes

03/25/2019, 2:00pm CDT, By Josh Levine

Tests that measure grit are some of the best predictors for future success, more so than natural ability.

Badgers blank Gophers to capture 5th national championship

03/25/2019, 12:15pm CDT, By Mary Lynn McPherson and Susan Rennie McPherson

Wayzata native Sophia Shaver scores game-winner to lead Wisconsin to first NCAA title since 2011

Officially Speaking: The cost of “amateur” hockey

03/25/2019, 10:15am CDT, By Mark Lichtenfeld

A pair of lawsuits illuminate a peculiarity of youth hockey

Always teaching, always learning

03/22/2019, 1:30pm CDT, By Andrew Vitalis

John Hamre has taken a winding road to his current role as Minnesota men’s hockey director of hockey operations

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