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April 27
2005-06 Concordia Men's Hockey Schedule Now Online.
- Tentative Cobber 2004-05 Men's Hockey Schedule

March 15
The College Sporting News Feature on Nate Ronning.
- MIAC Profiles of Excellence - Nate Ronning
Many young athletes have their future plans changed dramatically by an injury. Some are forced to give up their sport because of the injury, while others can continue playing, but with their long-range plans and ambitions. A serious injury can lead the athlete to reassess his or her future and take other things—such as academics—more seriously. For Nate Ronning, almost losing his vision caused him to change how he looked at his future, and brought him to Concordia College with the ambition to become a physician.

“I was in my third year of playing Juniors hockey, and had quite a few Division I schools talking to me about a possible scholarship when I took a stick in the eye and almost lost my vision,” Nate recalled. “The injury scared off the Division I schools that were interested in me. At that point, I decided to focus on academics in college.”(More)
 
March 1
Nate Ronning Earns MIAC Postseason Honors!
- Complete List of MIAC All-Conference and Postseason Awards
Concordia senior forward Nate Ronning (Moorhead, Minn.) was named to the MIAC All-Conference Honorable Mention Team it was announced by the MIAC league office on Tuesday. It is the first time in his career that he earns postseason honors. Ronning was the only Cobber to be placed on one of the MIAC postseason award teams.

Ronning finished second on the team in scoring with 21 points. He had seven goals and 14 assists. He led the team in assists and was the only other member, besides Matt Hansen, to finish with over 20 points. The pair became the first Cobbers to break the 20-point milestone in two years.(More

February 26
Cobbers Complete Forlorn February by Falling 5-1 to St. Thomas. 
Gameday:  Gameday Recap - Box Score
 
February 25
Cobbers Fall Victim to the Dirty Dozen, Lose 7-4 to St. Thomas.
Gameday:  Gameday Recap - Box Score

February 19
Cobbers Have Third-Period Rally Nixed and Get Swept By Bethel 7-4. 
Gameday:  Gameday Recap - Box Score
 
February 18
Cobbers Come Up One Goal Short in Scoring Barrage With Bethel.
Gameday:  Gameday Recap - Box Score

February 12
Cobbers Give Up Three Goals in 2nd Period and Lose 5-3 to St. Olaf.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Program (word)
 
February 11
Cobbers Put Playoff Hopes On Life Support as They Fall 5-1 to St. Olaf.
Gameday:  Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Program (word)

February 5
Cobbers Spend Lost Weekend in Winona, Get Swept by St. Mary's by Identical 4-2 Scores.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score
 
February 4
Cobbers Give Up Four Unanswered Goals and Lose to St. Mary's 4-2.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score

January 31
Mike Dowers Named MIAC Player of the Week!
Concordia freshman goaltender Mike Dowers (Thief River Falls, Minn./Lincoln HS) was named the MIAC Player of the Week for his two-game performance against Hamline last weekend. 

Dowers stopped 64 of the 67 shots he faced in Concordia's two-game sweep over Hamline. The two wins snapped a four-game conference losing streak for the Cobbers and keeps them in the hunt for one of the final conference playoff spots. 

In the Cobbers' 4-1 win on Friday, Dowers turned aside the final 28 shots he faced to help Concordia win for only the second time in the past six games. He did not allow a goal after the Pipers had tied the game at 1-1 at the 3:46 mark of the second period. 

On Saturday, he made 21 saves and shut down Hamline in the third period after the game was tied at 2-2 after two periods.
 
January 29
Cobbers Fill MIAC Prescription in Series Sweeping Victory Over Hamline.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score

January 28
Cobbers Score Three Unanswered Goals To Beat Hamline 4-1.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score
 
January 26
Hansen and Vlasak Combine for Four Goals as Cobbers Snap Five-Game Losing Streak.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score

January 15
Cobbers Give Up Three Goals in the Opening Period and Lose 4-1 to Gustavus. 
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Gameday Program (word)
 
January 14
Five-Goal Second Period Crushes Cobbers in 7-0 Defeat to Gustavus. 
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Program(word)

January 5
Cobbers Gets Frozen By #3 UW-Superior 9-1.
Box Score: Concordia 1 at UW-Superior 9
 
December 11
Cobbers Can't Extinguish Nationally-Ranked St. John's. 
Box Score: St. John's 7 at Concordia 1 - Action Pictures

December 10
Trifecta of Goals in the First Period Does In Concordia Against #6 St. John's.
Box Score: St. John's 6 at Concordia 1 - Action Pictures
 
December 4 
Ronning Tricks Cobbers Into First Win of the Year!!
Box Score: Concordia 6 at Augsburg 5

December 3
Back-to-Back Goals Break Cobbers for the Second Straight Game.
Box Score: Concordia 1 at Augsburg 3
 
November 24
Gone in 56 Seconds - Cobbers' Third Period Woes Continue in Loss to UM-Crookston. 
Box Score: Concordia 3, UM-Crookston 5

November 20
Cobbers Give Up Four Unanswered Goals and Lose 4-1. 
Box Score: Concordia 1, UW-Eau Claire 4
 
November 19
Perry's Puck Play Nets Tie With UW-Stevens Point.
Box Score: Concordia 4, UW-Stevens Point 4 OT

November 13
Four-Goal Periods Spell Doom For Cobbers in 8-2 Loss to UW-Superior. 
Box Score: Concordia 2, UW-Superior 8
 
November 12
Cobbers Stumble Through Nightmarish Third Period, Fall 5-4 to St. Scholastica.
Box Score: Concordia 4, St. Scholastica 5

November 6
Cobbers Fall Prey to UW-River Falls, Lose 6-2.
Box Score: Concordia 2, UW-River Falls 6
 
November 5
Cobbers Are Bedeviled in Opening Game Overtime Thriller. 
Box Score: Concordia 4, UW-Stout 5

2004-05 Cobber Men's Hockey Preview
- Complete 2004 Concordia Men's Hockey Preview
The 2004-05 Concordia men’s hockey team will have to punch the clock and bring their hard hats to the rink every game. This year’s edition of the Cobbers will not have any superstar or game-breaking playmaker, but will have a boatload of players who have MIAC experience and the work ethic to keep Concordia in every game.

Steve Baumgartner begins his 19th season behind the bench for Concordia. He will be hoping to bring the Cobbers back into the playoffs after missing the MIAC postseason last year for the first time in six seasons. Baumgartner will have to rely on the team’s depth and a much-improving defensive corps to get back into the top five in the conference.

The biggest question mark for Baumgartner’s Blue Collar Bunch will be between the pipes. The Cobbers have four goalies on the roster, and not one has any game experience for the Cobbers Three of the four are freshmen and the fourth is a transfer from UM-Crookston. The preseason favorite to win the starting job is Josh Hand (Fr., Temple, Pa.). Hand played for Thunder Bay in the SIJHL last year and his 6-2, 205 frame will be an imposing wall for opposing shooters. Mike Dowers, (Fr., Thief River Falls, Minn.), Drew Dvorak (Fr., Litchfield, Minn.) and Lee Baldwin (So., Horace, N.D) will all push Hand for playing time. Baldwin played in eight games last year for UM-Crookston, and Dvorak was the #1 golfer on the Cobber men’s golf team this fall.(More)
 
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