College Hockey:
Nebraska-Omaha adds forward, drops another

Nebraska-Omaha has made two roster moves in time for the second half of the season.

Freshman forward Joe Krause has been added to the team, while freshman forward Zach Mausolf has been released.

The 22-year-old Krause comes to UNO from the Fairbanks Ice Dogs of the North American Hockey League. He had seven goals and 26 points in 55 games during the 2009-10 season and in 102 career games with the Ice Dogs, he recorded 14 goals and 38 points with 183 penalty minutes.

Last season, Krause was enrolled at UNO and working toward satisfying academic requirements, according to a Nebraska-Omaha spokesperson.

Mausolf was a walk-on who appeared in just one game, against Colgate on Oct. 8, 2011.

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  • CJHL fan

    Absolutely no surprise here with Mausolf. All the talent in the world but the kid has been a nightmare. Quit and kicked off few times at Marshall and suspended, quit and had problems with his team in Canada but was brought back after he led a revolt against the team staff. The team went from a top team in the league and barely won a game, and when Mausolf was brought back in, several key players quit. No surprise to see yet another issue. His team in Canada has still not recovered.

    • Asl

      Mausolf was trouble in Manitoba and Minnesota and it didn’t take Blais long to find out what kind of kid he is.

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