College Hockey:
Herter named new Minnesota-Duluth assistant

Jason Herter has been named an assistant coach for the national champion Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs.

Herter replaces Brett Larson, who left the UMD staff last month to become the head coach and general manager of the Sioux City Musketeers of the United States Hockey League.

Herter, who played three seasons at North Dakota, spent last season as the head coach and general manager of the USHL’s Fargo Force.

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  • Tehehehehe

    Congrats on getting a coach where a kid(Corbin McGuire) would not come back to his USHL team(Fargo) to stay on his Tier III(EJHL) team because the coaching was better on his Tier III team.

    • guest

      He stayed out east because he was too soft to play out west for a western Canadian coach…

  • KEN


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