Cloquet standout forward considering Colorado College

Karson Kuhlman, a high-scoring forward who isn’t above blocking the occasional shot, has scored 107 points in his first two seasons. Photo by Tim Kolehmainen

From Minnesota Hockey Hub …

Straight-shooter seems to sum up Karson Kuhlman pretty neatly, and we aren’t just talking about his scoring prowess on the ice.

The Cloquet/Esko/Carlton sniper is about as candid as they come, and he recently talked to the Minnesota Hockey Hub about topics ranging from his playing future (Minnesota-Duluth, Minnesota and Colorado College all have caught his attention) to his most embarrassing moment (being “pantsed” as a youth soccer player).

Kuhlman, who will be a junior for the Lumberjacks this season, already has 107 career points. According to Cloquet coach Dave Esse, himself a former Lumberjacks standout, Kuhlman is on a scoring pace that would have him surpass legendary former Cloquet players such Corey Millen, Jamie Langenbrunner and Derek Plante.

Click here for the rest of the article and the Q&A portion.

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About paisleyhockey
I am the college hockey writer for the Colorado Springs Gazette focusing on the Atlantic Hockey Association, National Collegiate Hockey Conference and Western Collegiate Hockey Association.

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