Cathedral boys hockey coach Eric Johnson and Apollo coach Pete Matanich have been friends since the pair were in college together. Now as coaches of crosstown rivals, they will meet on the ice Thursday night to battle for the Section 6A hockey crown and a berth in the state tournament. (7 PM, WJON.com)
The Tigers were walloped the first time the teams met this season, with the Spuds winning 79-37 in Moorhead. However, the Tigers have improved greatly as a team since then, and have rattled off four straight wins entering tonight's contest.
The #2-seeded Cathedral Crusaders will take on #4-seed Apollo at the MAC in St. Cloud Thursday night in the Section 6A boys hockey championship game. A berth in the MSHSL State Tournament will be on the line.
The Minnesota Wild scored a team-record six goals in the third period to beat the Dallas Stars 6-2 Sunday night at Xcel Energy Center. The Wild are now 31-21-7 on the season and now hold the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference
The Tech Tigers boys basketball team looks to end the regular season with a four-game winning streak when they travel to Alexandria Thursday night to take on the Cardinals.Tonight's game can be heard on AM 1240 WJON and on WJON.com beginning with the pregame show at 7:20.
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