KDLT Home KDLT on Facebook KDLT on Twitter Get the KDLT iPhone App Get the KDLT Android App

Former Herd Goalie Hartzell a finalist for Hoby Baker Award



Bookmark and Share

Former Stampede goalie Eric Hartzell (son of former coach Kevin Hartzell) is one of three finalists for the prestigious Hoby Baker Award as college hockey's top player. Hartzell was net-minder for parts of 3 seasons in Sioux Falls when his dad was coach. He went on to Quinnipiac and has had a stellar career, leading his team to the top ranking in the NCAA and a spot in the Frozen Four starting next Thursday!
< Prev Story Back To Top Next Story >
     

Mustangs thrilled to be headed to Elite 8  story with video

The Mustangs of SMSU are headed to the Elite 8 for the first time ...

Augvie women win in Alaska

FAIRBANKS, Alaska – The Augustana women's basketball team kicked off the ...

Butler loves Jacks chances in playoffs  story with video

Defense might be the difference in Saturday's playoff game in Bozeman. And Jackrabbits ...

Robinson inspires her teammates and coach  story with video  Nov. 27

Stampede win at Fargo  Nov. 26

Bos leads Coyotes to win at Dome over Wayne State  story with video  Nov. 26

Jansen, Richter lead Vikes to 7th straight win  story with video  Nov. 26

Wilber's DWU Tigers unbeaten after 9 games  story with video  Nov. 26

KDLT Sports Stories
     

Burke Woman Killed In Crash Near Gregory

A Burke woman died in a one-vehicle roll-over crash near ...

Man Charged With Murder In SF Woman's Death  story with video

A 57-year-old homeless man is facing murder charges following the ...

Local Store Hours For Black Friday Shopping  story with video

Black Friday deals are starting earlier and ...

Pair Arrested For Drugs After Theft Of Headbands  Nov. 27

36-Year-Old Man Dies In Rollover Crash In SD  Nov. 28

The Race To Get In Black Friday Shopping Lines  Nov. 27

Smooth Start For Black Friday Shoppers  story with video  Nov. 27

Shoppers Grab Last-Minute Thanksgiving Items  Nov. 27

KDLT News Archive
     
Back To Top