Johannson, who named Motzko the junior team coach each of the last two seasons, was 53."Devastating," Motzko said.
"Just devastating."Motzko flew to Colorado to attend the wake for Johannson, who had named St.
Each day, we'd go around and one kid would have to say who they appreciate and why.
That was JJ's idea."Coming from him and knowing what he does for USA Hockey, it shows the type of character that guy has.
We played together on a couple USA teams together."Just a good personality and a good person.
Andrew Carroll, the former Minnesota Duluth hockey captain who died on Monday, took his own life, according to the Chicago medical examiner’s office.“The Chicago Department of Aviation offers it condolences to the Carroll family during this difficult time,” the agency responsible for O’Hare Airport said in a statement.Carroll played for the Bulldogs from 2005-09 and was the only player in team history to serve as captain or assistant captain for all or parts of four seasons.His family, in a statement, announced his death Monday.A review of closed circuit video showed he had jumped from the upper level roadway to the lower level roadway of West Terminal Street “on his own accord,” Chicago police reported. Minnesota-Duluth, one of the hottest teams in NCAA Division I, managed 18 shots and yet were never in trouble in a 5-1 win over the Huskies on Friday at AMSOIL Arena."I haven't been a part of a game like that where I had a team trying to play so well and then they end up losing 5-1," Huskies coach Bob Motzko said. "There's no sense of going back to the hotel and just dwelling on it."I told the guys after to think of three positives and three negative things that we could have done better in the game.