College Hockey:
Fabiilli Hired at Northland College

— Steve Fabiilli has been named head men’s hockey coach at Northland College, succeeding Dan Huntley, who resigned in July.



Fabiilli served as co-head coach last season at Canisius after the dismissal of Brian Cavanaugh in December. A former goaltender at Canisius, Fabiilli was named the Griffins’ MVP in 2000, his senior year.

“We are thrilled to have Steve take over our hockey program,” said Northland director of athletics Steve Wammer. “His knowledge, experience and work ethic will bring much to our program. We believe we have an excellent coach who will be able to work well with our players and teach them the skills necessary to compete in the MCHA.”

“I would like to thank Northland College and Athletic Director Steve Wammer for this exciting opportunity to join the LumberJack hockey family,” said Fabiilli. “I look forward to the challenges of building a strong and successful hockey program.”

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