Brad Elliott Schlossman
Schlossman is in his ninth year covering college hockey for the Herald and has been with the paper since 2003. A native of Fargo, Schlossman has voted in the national college hockey poll since 2007 and has served as a member of the Hobey Baker and Patty Kazmaier Award committees.
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Former UND standout Jonathan Toews has signed one of the richest deals in NHL history. Toews inked an eight-year contract with the Chicago Blackhawks that will pay him $84 million...
The Stanley Cup will soon be coming back to Grand Forks. Matt Greene, who won hockey’s biggest prize with the Los Angeles Kings last month, is working on plans to bring the Cup to the city where he spent three years playing college hockey for UND.
It was an adventure-filled year for Matt Frattin, going from Toronto to Los Angeles to Columbus. … Archive Material - Subscription required to continue reading Log in or activate your...
With a summer birthday, Shane Gersich was one of the few players at the NHL Draft that hasn’t graduated high school. He has one year of juniors in the United States Hockey League ahead of him before beginning his college hockey career at UND. In other words, he’s a long ways away from being a pro hockey player.
Austin Poganski readily admits that he had trouble at the start of last season. He adjusted just fine, though. By the end of the year, UND decided he was ready for the college game, and on Saturday, the St. Louis Blues decided he was worthy of a fourth-round draft pick. The Blues selected Poganski, a power forward from St. Cloud, with the No. 110 overall pick in the fourth round of the NHL Draft in Wells Fargo Arena.
Stan Bowman spent a bunch of time on the phone Friday night. As the first round of the NHL Draft progressed, the Chicago Blackhawks general manager wanted to find a way to trade up and take a player they’ve been eyeing since August. The prospect that the Blackhawks coveted and eventually picked was Nick Schmaltz — the skilled forward who will play at UND this fall.
Nick Schmaltz knows how this works. Two years ago, he was sitting in the stands in Pittsburgh, waiting and wondering whether his brother, Jordan, would get selected in the first round of the NHL Draft. Tonight, it’s Nick’s turn.
North Dakota will soon have its own tennis Hall of Fame, and its inaugural class will have some familiar names.
Matt Greene said that, at one time, playing for Michigan State was the “be-all, end-all” for him. … Archive Material - Subscription required to continue reading Log in or activate...
It was Friday the 13th. And the moon was full. It was not a normal night at River Cities Speedway. There was a bit of rain, a delay and, most notably, school buses lugging around the quarter-mile bullring track in Grand Forks on Friday night.