Former North Dakota goalie Cory Cadden died on Sept. 8.
Cadden was 48.
He was living in Summerville, S.C., and was working as a sales manager for McElveen Buick & GMC.
Cadden was born in Edmonton and played in nine games at UND from 1990 to 1992, winning three of them. He later played in the ECHL for Knoxville, Dayton, Peoria, South Carolina and Pee Dee, in the WPHL for Lubbock and a short stint in the AHL with Saint John.
Surviving are his wife, Tammie Henson Cadden; his mother and stepfather, Dave, of Canada; his father of Canada; a daughter, Kourtney A. Cadden of Summerville; two sons, Daniel P. Cadden of Summerville, and Matthew D. Capshaw of Oklahoma City; and a brother, Sean P. Cadden of Canada.