Steve Johnson Resigns In Lincoln

Former Sioux hockey player Steve Johnson resigned as head coach of the Lincoln Stars today after holding the position for all 11 years of the franchise. Johnson will be pursuing a business opportunity, according to a release by the Stars. He led Lincoln to three Anderson Cups (regular season) and two Clark Cups (postseason), while…
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Decision Day Approaching

Within the next three days we could know the futures of a pair of top-10 NHL picks and the WCHA’s defensive player of the year. Sioux sophomore defenseman Brian Lee said he plans on making a decision by the end of the week. Lee is the No. 9 overall pick of Ottawa in the 2005…
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Toews Introduced In Chicago

Jonathan Toews was introduced in front of Chicago media on Tuesday. He will be wearing number 19 for the Blackhawks. His usual number 9 is retired for Bobby Hull. Here’s a story about Toews’ introduction in the Chicago Tribune. To watch the press conference, it is spread into four clips at this site.

Sioux Hockey Season Officially Over

UND’s season ended a month and a half ago. Now, all of the recruits and former players are done, too. Jason Notermann was the last one left. So, Sioux hockey season is officially over. In about four months, it will be going again. Here’s looking back at notable accomplishments from the season by future, current and…
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Notermann Goes Out On Top

Jason Notermann is leaving professional hockey in style. The former Sioux forward led the Rockford Ice Hogs to the United Hockey League championship Thursday night by scoring the game-winning goal in Game 7 of the series against Kalamazoo. Earlier this season, Notermann said he planned to retire after 2005-06, but Rockford coach Steve Martinson convinced him…
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