Frozen Four: St. Cloud State reaching 'new heights'

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The last remaining WCHA team left for the Frozen Four in Pittsburgh on Tuesday.

St. Cloud State's men's hockey team was given a pep rally at the University before it left for the biggest game in school history -- its first ever at the Frozen Four.

Ben Hanowski, the Huskies' senior captain, tells the Pioneer Press that he's glad to be part of a group of guys that are "moving the program in a new direction and new heights."

The Huskies play No. 1 Quinnipiac Thursday at 7:00 p.m. The analysis from USCHO.com points to a high scoring game.

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