Friday reading: Gross, Fejes, Duluth, UND, WMU, Tech
September 14, 2012 Leave a comment
Incoming Tigers freshman Hunter Fejes is one of the rookies to watch this season according to this North Dakota blogger.
Senior forward Mike Seidel will need to have a good year producing those hard-work points to help Minnesota-Duluth remain a league contender after losing Hobey Baker winner Jack Connolly to graduation.
Here is the 2012-13 schedule for the CHL expansion franchise Denver Cutthroats, which includes a couple former Denver Pioneers. While checking out the home games, keep in mind that former Tiger Brian McMillin plays for the Allen Americans.
Western Michigan added a goalie for this season.
North Dakota’s beat writer explains the team’s TV broadcast deals for this season and next.
Freshman forward Blake Tatchell will need to step in and step up to replace the offense lost to graduation for Alaska-Anchorage.
The Mining Gazette offers a detailed first look at the Michigan Tech Huskies, who have high hopes after reaching the WCHA Final Five last season at the expense of the Tigers. Junior defenseman Daniel Sova will be a big reason (excuse the pun) why Tech fans have such high expectations.