St. Cloud State Huskies men's ice hockey

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St. Cloud State Huskies
St. Cloud State Huskies athletic logo

University St. Cloud State University
Conference NCHC
Head coach Bob Motzko
10th year, 184–136–40[1]
Arena Herb Brooks National Hockey Center
Capacity: 5,763
Location St. Cloud, Minnesota
Colors Cardinal Red and Black and White


NCAA Tournament Frozen Four
NCAA Tournament Appearances
1989, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2013, 2014
Conference Tournament Champions
WCHA: 2001
Conference Regular Season Champions
WCHA: 2013, NCHC: 2014
Current uniform

The St. Cloud State Huskies men's ice hockey team is a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I college ice hockey program that represents St. Cloud State University. The Huskies are a member of the National Collegiate Hockey Conference.[2] They play at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center in St. Cloud, Minnesota.[3]

Season-by-season results[edit]

This is a partial list of the last five seasons completed by the Huskies.

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties

Records as of March, 2014.

Season GP W L T Finish Playoffs
2009–10 43 24 14 5 3rd, WCHA Lost in NCAA Regional Final, 3–5 (Wisconsin)
2010–11 38 15 18 5 Tied 9th, WCHA Lost in WCHA First Round, 0–2 (Minnesota-Duluth)
2011–12 39 17 17 5 6th, WCHA Lost in WCHA Quarterfinals, 1–4 (North Dakota)
2012–13 42 25 16 1 Tied 1st, WCHA Lost in NCAA Frozen Four, 1–4 (Quinnipiac)
2013–14 38 22 11 5 1st, NCHC Lost in NCAA Regional Final, 0–4 (Minnesota)


Current roster[edit]

As of March 8, 2013.[4]

# St/Pr/Co Player Year Hometown Previous team NHL rights
29 Ontario Ryan Faragher Sophomore Fort Frances, Ontario Bismarck (NAHL) None
33 Minnesota Joe Phillippi Sophomore Shoreview, Minnesota Fairbanks (NAHL) None
35 Finland Rasmus Reijola Senior Espoo, Finland Espoo Blues (SM-Iiiga) None
# St/Pr/Co Player Year Hometown Previous team NHL rights
2 Illinois Jarrod Rabey Sophomore Rockton, Illinois Indiana (USHL) None
4 Minnesota Taylor Johnson Senior White Bear Lake, Minnesota Green Bay (USHL) None
7 Michigan Kevin Gravel Junior Kingsford, Michigan Sioux City (USHL) LAK, 148th overall 2010
12 Minnesota Ethan Prow Freshman Sauk Rapids, Minnesota Des Moines (USHL) None
14 Minnesota Nick Jensen Junior Rogers, Minnesota Green Bay (USHL) DET, 150th overall 2009
20 Minnesota Brandon Burrell Junior Brooklyn Park, Minnesota Wenatchee (NAHL) None
28 Minnesota Andrew Prochno Sophomore Minnetonka, Minnesota Sioux Falls (USHL) None
40 British Columbia Tim Daly Sophomore Maple Ridge, British Columbia Langley (BCHL) None
# St/Pr/Co Player Year Hometown Previous team NHL rights
8 Minnesota Cory Thorson Junior Crystal, Minnesota Owatonna (NAHL) None
9 Minnesota Joey Benik Freshman Andover, Minnesota Penticton (BCHL) None
10 Minnesota Ben Hanowski (C) Senior Little Falls, Minnesota Little Falls (USHS–MN) CGY, 63rd overall 2009
11 Finland Kalle Kossila Freshman Kauniainen, Finland Espoo Blues (SM-Iiiga) None
13 Ontario David Morley Freshman Richmond Hill, Ontario Victoria (BCHL) None
16 Illinois Jimmy Murray Freshman Darien, Illinois Omaha (USHL) None
17 Arizona Joey Holka Sophomore Phoenix, Arizona Penticton (BCHL) None
18 British Columbia Garrett Milan Sophomore Whistler, British Columbia Penticton (BCHL) None
19 Minnesota Drew LeBlanc (C) Senior Hermantown, Minnesota Chicago (USHL) None
21 Iowa Brooks Bertsch Freshman Dubuque, Iowa Dubuque (USHL) None
22 Minnesota Jonny Brodzinski Freshman Ham Lake, Minnesota Fargo (USHL) None
23 Minnesota T.J. Belisle Freshman Andover, Minnesota Isanti (MNJHL) None
26 Alabama Nic Dowd Junior Huntsville, Alabama Indiana (USHL) LAK, 198th overall 2010
27 Minnesota Nick Oliver Sophomore Roseau, Minnesota Fargo (USHL) NSH, 110th overall 2009
37 Minnesota Joe Rehkamp Sophomore Plymouth, Minnesota Waterloo (USHL) None

Notable alumni[edit]

There has been a total of 24 former Huskies that have played in the National Hockey League (NHL).

Hobey Baker Award winners[edit]

The following players have won the Hobey Baker Award while playing at St. Cloud State:

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Bob Motzko Year-by-Year Coaching Record". U.S. College Hockey Online. 1996–2014. Retrieved July 11, 2014. 
  2. ^ Myers, Jess (March 20, 2010). "WCHA: SCSU, NoDak win; Roe injury a scare". Inside College Hockey. Retrieved September 10, 2010. 
  3. ^ "National Hockey Center". St. Cloud State University. Retrieved September 10, 2010. 
  4. ^ "SCSU Athletics - Men's Hockey Team Roster". St. Cloud State University Athletics. Retrieved February 3, 2012. 

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