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    Quote Originally Posted by MavHockey14 View Post
    Iím guessing Shane McMahan is technically the recruit in Smithís place.

    Iíd be HIGHLY surprised if Michaelis leaves, FWIW.
    Thanks appreciate it. The 2019 class looks to be pretty good. Itís like Hastings has a recruiting cycle, bring in speedy, skilled forwards in one class n then get some gritty players next. Great success! Anything on a grad transfer goalie?

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    Re: Minnesota State Offseason Thread

    Totally off subject - Does Jake Brenk get a banner for making it to the NHL?

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    Quote Originally Posted by purpleinnebraska View Post
    Totally off subject - Does Jake Brenk get a banner for making it to the NHL?
    For being a referee? Doubt it. It'd be unique, though.
    My guy is a hard-nosed hockey player who is not afraid to crash the net. Your guy is a goon who runs the goalie.

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    Re: Minnesota State Offseason Thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnsonsJerseys View Post
    Hi - I just picked up a nice collection of MSU jerseys from their early years in the "new WCHA". You'll find these jerseys in a lot of championship photos for the Mavs as they seemed to pull these out for big games. The prices include shipping. I would also consider trading them for other styles of Mankato jerseys (or other D-I jerseys for that matter). Feel free to email me (info@johnsonsjerseys.net) with any questions. Now's your chance to get a Mankato jersey with championship pedigree and the WCHA logo on it before you move to the NCHC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MavsFan View Post
    For being a referee? Doubt it. It'd be unique, though.
    Happy for Jake though ó he was a fantastic guy, and has worked hard to get to, and sustain a career in the NHL as an official, thatís quite an accomplishment.

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    Re: Minnesota State Offseason Thread

    Well, Tim Jackman graduated from MSU over the weekend. So, I guess he can't be an undergraduate assistant coach any longer. I wonder what's next for him?
    My guy is a hard-nosed hockey player who is not afraid to crash the net. Your guy is a goon who runs the goalie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MavsFan View Post
    Well, Tim Jackman graduated from MSU over the weekend. So, I guess he can't be an undergraduate assistant coach any longer. I wonder what's next for him?
    Cool story, with he and Grant Stevenson graduating together.

    He can be a volunteer coach still, but havenít heard what his plan is there.

    Will be interesting to see ó at some point Todd Knott is going to get a head coaching gig, and there will be an assistant role to fill..

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    Re: Minnesota State Offseason Thread

    Also, schedule and dates come out officially today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MavHockey14 View Post
    Cool story, with he and Grant Stevenson graduating together.

    He can be a volunteer coach still, but haven’t heard what his plan is there.

    Will be interesting to see — at some point Todd Knott is going to get a head coaching gig, and there will be an assistant role to fill..
    You mean Ryan Carter, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MavHockey14 View Post
    Also, schedule and dates come out officially today.
    December 28 and 29 - A winter trip to the desert!

    (I assume that's without Coach Hastings?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by purpleinnebraska View Post
    December 28 and 29 - A winter trip to the desert!

    (I assume that's without Coach Hastings?)
    Thatís correct, Mike will be at the WJC.

    Iíd imagine Todd Knott will serve as the head coach in Mikeís absence. Will be interesting ó if Jackman is on the coaching staff still, possibility heís behind the bench in some capacity then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bale View Post
    You mean Ryan Carter, right?
    Correct. I apologize, its been a long week.

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    Re: Minnesota State Offseason Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by MavHockey14 View Post
    That’s correct, Mike will be at the WJC.

    I’d imagine Todd Knott will serve as the head coach in Mike’s absence. Will be interesting — if Jackman is on the coaching staff still, possibility he’s behind the bench in some capacity then?
    Unless I misunderstand his status, since he's graduated, he no longer qualifies as a student assistant. Unless he goes to grad school and qualifies as a grad assistant, I think he'd need to be hired as a regular assistant coach to continue. I suppose he could just be a volunteer assistant, but since he can't get any pay for that, I'd think he'd want to move on with his life now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MavsFan View Post
    Unless I misunderstand his status, since he's graduated, he no longer qualifies as a student assistant. Unless he goes to grad school and qualifies as a grad assistant, I think he'd need to be hired as a regular assistant coach to continue. I suppose he could just be a volunteer assistant, but since he can't get any pay for that, I'd think he'd want to move on with his life now.
    Iím not talking undergrad assistant, he could be a grad assistant, yes, but there are volunteer coaches many times. For example, the Mavs goalie coach, Brennan Poderzay, is a volunteer coach.

    Timís family is rooted in Mankato again, he owns a home here now, while I donít know how heíll want to spend his time or how he will, Iíd imagine Hastings and co. would welcome him back ó I heard Jackman was a much liked addition to the staff.

    Additionally, he played 11 years in the NHL, hopefully heís got a decent financial advisor, and he should have some flexibility if he wants it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MavHockey14 View Post
    Additionally, he played 11 years in the NHL, hopefully he’s got a decent financial advisor, and he should have some flexibility if he wants it.
    That's certainly a good point. He should never need money for the rest of his life. But if he really wants to go into coaching, some school somewhere would certainly hire him I'd think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MavsFan View Post
    That's certainly a good point. He should never need money for the rest of his life. But if he really wants to go into coaching, some school somewhere would certainly hire him I'd think.
    Youíd think so, anyways.

    As Iíve mentioned before, i firmly believe Todd Knott is on the verge of a head coaching position, so Tim may be content waiting as a volunteer coach to try and apply for a full time assistant job when available.

    A big key too will be if Tim wants to recruit ó as a volunteer Iíd imagine any recruiting is primarily done on campus. I know Todd Knott is frequently on the road, as is Darren Blue, and both are a wealth of knowledge in the hockey prospect and coaching world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MavHockey14 View Post
    A big key too will be if Tim wants to recruit — as a volunteer I’d imagine any recruiting is primarily done on campus.
    Volunteer coaches are prohibited from off-campus recruting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MavHockey14 View Post
    Iím not talking undergrad assistant, he could be a grad assistant, yes, but there are volunteer coaches many times. For example, the Mavs goalie coach, Brennan Poderzay, is a volunteer coach.

    Timís family is rooted in Mankato again, he owns a home here now, while I donít know how heíll want to spend his time or how he will, Iíd imagine Hastings and co. would welcome him back ó I heard Jackman was a much liked addition to the staff.

    Additionally, he played 11 years in the NHL, hopefully heís got a decent financial advisor, and he should have some flexibility if he wants it.
    A team is only allowed one Volunteer Assistant.

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    Re: Minnesota State Offseason Thread

    Interesting rumors about Bowling Green wanting out of the WCHA..

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