Wednesday's guests included Dan DeBaun from WJON News (Hour Three), Seth Stohs from TwinsDaily.com (Hour Three), Tom Elliott of the St. Cloud Times (Hour Four), Nick Oliver from SCSU Hockey (Hour Four) and Pat Dolan of SCSU Baseball (Hour Four).
Brodzinski scored 111 points in his three-year career with SCSU, charting three consecutive 20-goal seasons and a career high 20 assists in 2013-14. His 111 points put him at 22nd all time on SCSU's Division One scoring leaders list.
Tommy Milone pitched well in his first start since officially being named the Twins' fifth starter, lasting six innings while allowing just one run on four hits and two walks. The lefty struck out five Yankees in the win.
The loss came after the Huskies had won the first three games of the weekend series by scores of 6-1, 6-1 and 7-0. The Vikings jumped all over three Huskies pitchers in the first two innings to build a 13-0 lead that SCSU could not overcome.
The listed capacity at Scheels is 6,000. St. Cloud State was allotted 400 tickets and quickly sold out, and Michigan Tech appeared to travel about 100 fans to Fargo. Attendance by anyone from Quinnipiac was spotty at best.
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