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Zach Parise – Current Forward with the Minnesota Wild. Formerly of the New Jersey Devils, University of North Dakota, and Shattuck-St. Mary’s.


Jim Mill – Current scout for the New Jersey Devils. Previously Assistant GM of the Minnesota Wild, AHL Executive, and Professional Hockey Goaltender.



Dallas Ferguson – Current Assistant Coach with the University of Denver Pioneers. Former Calgary Hitmen Head Coach of the WHL and coach of University of Alaska.



Paul Martin – Retired NHL Player with the New Jersey Devils, Pittsburgh Penguins, and San Jose Sharks. Former MN Mr. Hockey winner with Elk River High School, University of Minnesota 2x National Champion, and Team USA member.



Adam Krause – Assistant Coach with the UMD Bulldogs. Spent four years playing professionally, two-year captain at UMD as a player, 2x NCHC Scholar-Athlete Team.


Theo Fleury – Over 1000 NHL games played, including 11 seasons with the Calgary Flames, Theo Fleury talks about how he thrived in the NHL as one of the leagues smallest players.


Alex Stalock – NHL Goalie, currently with the Minnesota Wild. Formerly of the San Jose Sharks, UMD Bulldogs, and South St. Paul Packers.


Josh Hauge – Associate Head Coach with Clarkson University Mens Hockey. Former coach and general manager in the USHL and NAHL.


Tony Granato – Head Coach for the University of Wisconsin Mens Hockey. Former NHL All-Star with 14 years of professional hockey and a Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy winner.  Played in 7 different International tournaments with Team USA. Scored 100 goals in 4 years as a player for the Badgers and was named Outstanding Student-Athlete of the Year.


Cammi Granato – Current scout for the NHL Seattle Organization. Played in the NWHL for the Vancouver Griffins and for 15 years for Team USA internationally, amassing 343 points in 205 games. Olympic Gold and Silver Medal Winner. Played for four years at Providence College and Concordia University Montreal. US Hockey Hall of Fame and Hockey Hall of Fame inductee.

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