The Mavericks & Beavers Are On A Superstar Goaltender Collision Course
Nov 17, 2020
It is by far the most important position in hockey. A star goalie carries significance comparable to an entire baseball pitching staff. The WCHA has two such aces: Minnesota State’s Dryden McKay and Zach Driscoll of Bemidji. McKay had the best statistics in college hockey last season, and he was a finalist for the Richter Award as well as a semifinalist for the Hobey Baker Award. Driscoll, a star in his own right, finished as a second-team All-WCHA selection behind McKay. McKay is this year’s projected WCHA player of the year; Driscoll finished fourth in the voting.
Chatting With Bemidji State's Tom Serratore: Penalty Kill, Driscoll & More
Feb 19, 2020
FloHockey’s Tim Rappleye spent the Friday before the Bemidji State-Northern Michigan series with the WCHA’s most vociferous coach, Tom Serratore. His No. 13-ranked Beavers are the hottest team in the NCAA, and he wants to keep it that way.
Strong 2nd Half Could Put Conference In Reach For Bemidji State
Jan 9, 2020
For the past seven years, Minnesota State has been the model program in the WCHA, capturing four division titles and earning five NCAA bids; now an apparent adaptation of that model has helped Bemidji State surprise in the conference.