College Hockey:
Laylin tabbed new head coach at Hamline

Former Minnesota player Cory Laylin has accepted the head coaching position at Hamline.

Laylin has been the head coach of the North American Hockey League’s Brookings Blizzard the past two seasons.

“The entire Blizzard organization wants to wish Cory and his family all the best in the future,” said Blizzard owner Chris Canavati in a statement. “He has provided many young men the opportunity to grow and develop as hockey players. We want to thank he and his family for their time and service to our organization and the community of Brookings.”

Laylin played at Minnesota from 1988 to 1992 where his teams won two WCHA titles and played in the 1988 NCAA national championship game. He played professionally for 16 years in the United States and in Europe before starting his coaching career

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