What radio station is the MN State High School Hockey tournament on?

What radio station is the MN State High School Hockey tournament on?

Radio is on 107.5 for the remainder of the tournament (in the Twin Cities), out state, please visit your normal radio host for your school’s games.

Is the Minnesota State High School Hockey tournament on the radio?

KSTC-45TV is the exclusive television broadcast partner of the Minnesota State High School League. Radio stations that register with the League become members of the MSHSL Media Group. Membership includes waiving of fees to broadcast section and state tournament events.

How can I watch the high school hockey tournament in Minnesota?

What channel is the 2021 Minnesota Boys’ Hockey State Tournament being aired on?

  1. TV channel (Minnesota): 45TV.
  2. Live stream:

What channel is mn boys hockey on?

KSTC Ch. 45
The brackets for the Minnesota boys hockey state tournament are set. Both tournaments in their entirety will be played at the Xcel Energy Center. The entire tournament for each class will be televised on KSTC Ch. 45.

Is MN girls hockey tournament televised?

The entire tournament will be played at the Xcel Energy Center. The semifinals and finals for each class will be televised on KSTC Channel 45. Quarterfinals can be viewed online at

What radio station is high school basketball on?

LISTEN LIVE to High School Basketball on ESPN 1430 AM / 105.7 FM WFOB!

What is the best high school hockey team in Minnesota?

2019-20 Minnesota HS – All Teams Rankings

Rank▲ Team Record▲
1 Andover HS (MN) 26-4-1
2 Eden Prairie HS (MN) 24-6-1
3 Blake HS (MN) 24-7-0
4 Hill Murray HS (MN) 22-6-3

How old is Lou Nanny?

80 years (June 2, 1941)
Lou Nanne/Age
Louis Vincent Anthony Nanne (born June 2, 1941) is a Canadian-born American former National Hockey League defenceman and general manager. He is a member of the United States Hockey Hall of Fame and of the International Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame.

Who won the Minnesota Girls High School Hockey Tournament?

Girls State Hockey: Edina hangs on for 2-1 win over Andover, 4th AA title in 5 years. Edina returned to the winner’s circle after a one-year hiatus following a 2-1 victory over Andover in the Class AA girls hockey championship game on Saturday, April 3 at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.

What channel is Prep 45 on spectrum?

The main KSTC channel is now on 5.2, with This TV now being tuned to 5.6. On September 2, 2019, KSTC moved from physical channel 45 to 30 as part of the ongoing spectrum reallocation. The station continues to use the 45TV branding.

What state is hockey most popular?

Ice hockey is traditionally popular in Massachusetts, Michigan, and Minnesota within the United States. Minnesota is known as the hockey capital of the USA.

Who is the best American hockey player ever?

1) Chris Chelios Chelios is eighth all-time in NHL games played, the highest of any American player. In 1,651 games, he collected 185 goals and 763 assists for 948 points.

Is the Minnesota high school hockey tournament on TV?

The Minnesota State High School Boys Hockey Tournament has been seen on six TV stations and a number of talented broadcasters have been calling the action leading to a state title. Here’s a look back at state tournament TV coverage over the last 60+ years.

What was the TV channel for the Minnesota State Basketball Tournament?

A Twin Cities television channel (KEYD, Channel 9) broadcast the two evening games on Thursday. They also did the Saturday championship game. The process of televising games was discontinued until 1961 when the Twin Cities lone independent station was WTCN-TV (now KARE 11) televised the championship and third place games held from 1961 to 1978.

When did KSTP stop broadcasting the state hockey tournament?

Things were changing in Twin Cities TV in 1979, WTCN lost its independent status and became an NBC affiliate, KMSP left ABC and became an independent and KSTP left NBC for ABC. And speaking of KSTP, the station got the rights to the state hockey tournament that year.

Who are the announcers for the state hockey tournament?

And speaking of KSTP, the station got the rights to the state hockey tournament that year. What was different about their coverage from Channel 11’s is that the station used more on-air personnel such as Bob Bruce, Ed Karow, Robb Leer and the former PA Announcer for the North Stars, Bob Utecht.