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St. Scholastica hires Kevin Moore as new men’s hockey coach

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DULUTH, Minn. - The College of St. Scholastica has officially hired Kevin Moore as their 11th men's hockey coach in program history.

He replaces Tim Madsen, who resigned in April. Moore was previously an assistant coach at Adrian College in Michigan, where he helped the Bulldogs to an NCHA title, and NCAA Tournament bid.

Moore played division one hockey at UMass-Amherst as a goaltender.

"Duluth to me seems like the premier destination for D3 hockey players, or hockey players in general with the success of UMD for the past few years," said Moore.

"You know, I'm just so excited to get going. I'm so excited to get our players to get uncomfortable and to have them make connections through life and hockey. I think the goal here is to win and be really successful, you know winning championships and things like that, but first and foremost I want us to have good people who are developing life skills on the ice so that when they graduate, they're going to make the community proud in whatever profession they choose."

For the full St. Scholastica press release, click here.

Matt Halverson

Sports Anchor and Reporter

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