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On to Pittsburgh

St. Cloud State sends men's hockey team off to Pittsburgh for the Frozen Four

St. Cloud State held a ceremony on April 5 outside of the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center to send off the men's hockey team as they departed for Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to play in the 2021 Frozen Four.

The event featured speeches from St. Cloud State President Robbyn Wacker, athletics director Heather Weems, men's hockey head coach Brett Larson and St. Cloud mayor Dave Kleis. At the conclusion, the team was escorted to the St. Cloud Airport by local police and fire departments before boarding a plane to Pittsburgh.

Photo Gallery: Men's Hockey Send Off

Among the remarks made and good luck wishes passed along to the Huskies, Kleis issued an official proclamation making Thursday (April 8) Husky Hockey Day in the City of St. Cloud. On Thursday and throughout the week, fans are encouraged to wear cardinal red to show support of the Huskies. 

St. Cloud State will face Minnesota State, Mankato at 4 p.m. Thursday on ESPN2 in the Frozen Four. The appearance in the Frozen Four is the second in school history for the Huskies, who reached the Frozen Four in 2013 when it was also held in Pittsburgh.