Justin Richards scored two goals to power the Bulldogs to a 5-2 victory over Denver in a NCHC game before an announced crowd of 5,720 at Amsoil Arena on Friday night. Nick Swaney and Cole Koepke also scored for fourth-ranked UMD. The Bulldogs and Pioneers meet again at 7:07 p.m. Saturday at Amsoil.
Bulldogs Notebook: The Ice Breaker Tournament, college men’s hockey’s premier opening weekend event, will return to Amsoil Arena on October 9-10, 2020, sponsored by Essentia Health and Visit Duluth. Competing teams include the University of Minnesota, Providence College, Minnesota State-Mankato and the Bulldogs.
“This tournament will place UMD men’s hockey at the forefront of the college hockey world for the start of the 2020 season,” said UMD Athletic Director Josh Berlo. “We couldn’t be prouder to host and wish to express our appreciation to College Hockey Inc., the Hockey Commissioners Association and our partners Essentia Health and Visit Duluth for making this happen.”
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The St. Louis County tax forfeited land auction resulted in $360,840 in sales. Read more.
Allete reported 2018 earnings of $3.38 per share on net income of $174.1 million and operating revenue of $1.5 billion. Reported results from 2017 were $3.38 per share on net income of $172.2 million and operating revenue of $1.4 billion.
“Our accomplishments in 2018 were many, as evidenced by our strong financial performance and continued positioning with our multi-faceted strategy for future growth,” said Allete Chairman and CEO Al Hodnik. “Our hard work and thoughtful positioning over the past several years is already contributing value to our shareholders and we expect that to continue for the long-term. 2019 will be a year of robust construction and further investment for growth as our Regulated Operations and Allete Clean Energy will complete approximately $400 million in renewable energy related projects for a cleaner energy future.”
Essentia Health St. Mary’s Hospital-Superior has been designated as a Level IV trauma center by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. Level IV facilities provide stabilization and advanced trauma life support before patient transfer to a Level I or II facility. The designation indicates St. Mary’s is providing the best possible treatment to trauma patients. Read more.