Tigers senior Rylan Schwartz gets some love from an NHL blogger and that was before he popped off for five points (three goals) this weekend.
Minnesota State, CC’s home opponent March 1-2, is in fifth place (29 points) with a two-point edge on Denver and Wisconsin (tied for sixth, 27). All three have 24 games played including eighth-place CC (22). Ninth-place Minnesota-Duluth (21) has played six games.
No. 6 North Dakota’s 6-1 win at No. 10 Denver was the Pioneers’ worst home loss in five years according to the Grand Forks Herald.