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  • Mount Rushmore: St. Cloud State

    Please vote for your 4 choices to be on SCSU's "Mount Rushmore." The poll will allow you to vote for more than 4 choices, but if you exceed 4 choices, your vote's weight will diminish by how many votes you cast (i.e. if you cast 5 votes, each vote will count as 80% (4/5) of its normal value). Also, there will be no concentration of a vote's weight (i.e. if you only vote for 1 your vote will count as 4 votes).

    Further, if SCSU is the program that you follow and you want your vote to count for more than say a Sioux fan's vote, please register your program allegiance here...

    http://board.uscho.com/showthread.ph...theastern-Yale

    The voting will remain open for 35 days.

    Also, feel free to post "bios" of candidates if you wish.

    If you vote for "Other" please post the name of the person you wish to vote for.
    35
    Ludwig Andolsek
    0.00%
    0
    Frank Brimsek
    17.14%
    6
    Herb Brooks
    25.71%
    9
    Matt Cullen
    11.43%
    4
    Bret Hedican
    14.29%
    5
    Ryan Lasch
    8.57%
    3
    Brendan J. McDonald
    5.71%
    2
    Mark Parrish
    5.71%
    2
    Garret Raboin
    8.57%
    3
    Other: Please nominate within this thread
    2.86%
    1

    The poll is expired.

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    Re: Mount Rushmore: St. Cloud State

    Garrett Raboin? Seriously? How about Mark Hartigan? He's my "other" choice. Also conspicuous by their absence are Ryan Malone and Tyler Arnason.

    Also, I have no clue who this Ludwig guy is.
    St. Cloud, Minnesota: You could do worse...

    It's hard to soar with the eagles when you're surrounded by turkeys.

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    • #3
      Re: Mount Rushmore: St. Cloud State

      Treading dangerously here....
      Surprised Fred Knipscheer didn't make the voting list. I was always a big fan of his game and as a fan of an opposing team he was one of the first Huskies that really stood out to me.
      Last edited by Greyeagle; 07-03-2012, 08:57 PM.

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      • #4
        Re: Mount Rushmore: St. Cloud State

        Originally posted by Greyeagle View Post
        Treading dangerously here....
        Surprised Fred Knipscheer didn't make the voting list. I was always a big fan of his game and as a fan of an opposing team he was one of the first Huskies that really stood out to me.
        Fred and Len Esau were both early big names for the Huskies.

        And Jeff Saterdalen.

        Basically this list is a joke.
        Last edited by Dude Love; 07-03-2012, 11:27 PM.
        St. Cloud, Minnesota: You could do worse...

        It's hard to soar with the eagles when you're surrounded by turkeys.

        The 2009 Poser of the Year

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        • #5
          Re: Mount Rushmore: St. Cloud State

          Originally posted by Dude Love View Post
          Also, I have no clue who this Ludwig guy is.
          Ludwig Andolsek was the second head coach in "official" SCSU hockey history, taking over after the first year of play, and was an exremely good one at that. In his 3 years that he coached, the team's record was 50-8-1. This was during a time when a small school like SCSU (then St. Cloud Teacher's College - SCTC) was vastly overpowered by long established programs like the UofM. I don't think they ever got to play the UofM, but they did beat teams that had defeated the UofM in the same season (if I recall correctly). I'll have to dig around and see if I can find an article that I read a while back on the early days of SCSU hockey. It was partially due to his efforts and accomplishments that John Marruicci said, "No institution did more for collegiate hockey in the early 30's and 40's than St. Cloud."

          http://i209.***********.com/albums/b...35Andolsek.jpg

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