Brad Elliott Schlossman
Schlossman is in his 13th year covering college hockey for the Herald. In 2016, he was named the top beat writer in the country by the Associated Press Sports Editors. He 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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The Lamoureux line got started in the Olympics by scoring Team USA’s first goal. On Tuesday, it kept going by breaking an Olympic record. Grand Forks native Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson scored two goals in the span of six seconds, setting an all-time Olympic mark, during USA’s 5-0 win over the Olympic Athletes from Russia. Lamoureux’s quick strikes broke fastest-goal records for both the women’s and men’s side.
CROOKSTON, Minn. — Former University of Minnesota Crookston men's hockey player Jay Tupa still sometimes tells his friends about the weekend in college that he played against Sidney Crosby. "My claim to fame is that I scored more goals than Crosby did that weekend," Tupa said. "I was 23 and he was 14 or 15, but who's counting?" It was 15 years ago this winter break that the NCAA Division II Golden Eagles hockey team hosted a high school team in a two-game series on campus.
GRAND FORKS — The University of North Dakota's athletic teams will soon be reunited in rivalry with their counterparts at the other Dakota schools. UND has verbally agreed to join the Summit League in the fall of 2018 for most of its athletic programs. Summit League commissioner Tom Douple is expected at a press conference Thursday, Jan. 26, in Grand Forks. UND also is finalizing a move to the Missouri Valley Football Conference. MVFC presidents will vote on the move Wednesday. It is expected to pass.
Brock Boeser piled up 60 points as a University of North Dakota freshman, won a national championship and now he’s going to prom with the Homecoming Queen. Boeser will walk...
GRAND FORKS - University of North Dakota women’s hockey player Lisa Marvin is facing a long road to recovery and is “really, really, really lucky to be alive,” after being hit by a car Monday, her father, David Marvin, said. The accident happened at about 1:20 p.m. Monday. Marvin’s pickup ran out of gas on Gateway Drive, and she was filling it up when a 1999 Chevy Cavalier hit her pickup from behind. Marvin, 20, was flung into the air and landed on the pavement, suffering extensive damage to her right arm and right knee. Marvin’s arm was shattered between her elbow and shoulder.
The North Dakota State football rivalry with the University of North Dakota doesn’t appear to be close to returning. UND athletic director Brian Faison and NDSU athletic director Gene Taylor have been talking, but still disagree about the terms of the rivalry, according to emails between the two that the Forum News Service obtained through an open records request. In April 2011, it appeared the sides were close to a deal to play in Fargo in 2015 and in Grand Forks in 2017. At that time, Taylor wrote in an email to Faison: “Let’s focus on 2015 in Fargo on September 19th (that is the on
So, UND and Minnesota will meet after all this season. In the City of Brotherly Love, no less. The longtime rivals, who were not on each other’s schedule for the first time since the 1940s this season, will take center stage at the NCAA Frozen Four in Philadelphia in two weeks, meeting in a primetime game at 7:30 p.m. on April 10 on ESPN2. UND earned its spot in the Frozen Four with its dramatic double overtime victory over Ferris State on Saturday night in Cincinnati. Connor Gaarder scored the game-winning goal for UND. On Sunday, the Gophers joined them by knocking out St.