Tyler Kleven

UND Hockey takes first in best-of-three against Colorado College

Beat C.C. 2-1

GRAND FORKS, N.D — North Dakota hockey takes game one in a best-of-three series in the NCHC Frozen Faceoff Quarterfinals against Colorado College, 2-1. Jake Sanderson, returning from injury, and Tyler Kleven scored the goals for UND. Game two’s puck drop is set for 6:07 Saturday. Categories: College, KVRR Sports Extra, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Fighting Sioux, Jake Sanderson, NCHC…

UND Hockey ‘Dialing Up’ Practice After Loss to USA Under 18 Team

Play final non-conference series against Cornell this weekend

GRAND FORKS, N.D — After being held scoreless and suffering their first loss in eleven meetings to the USA under 18 team, North Dakota hockey quickly learned how to throw it all away. The result didn’t count in the standings or theĀ  pairwise and played as an exhibition, however UND has been able to learn from the loss and find…

UND’s Sanderson, Kleven Added to World Juniors Roster

Won gold medal for the team last winter

GRAND FORKS, N.D — North dakota hockey defenseman Jake Sanderson and Tyler Kleven are part of a group of 31 players selected to the united states junior national team. As part of the process, both will tryout to make the final roster of 25 to represent their country at the world junior championships in December. Sanderson and Kleven were part…

UND Hockey “Hungry” For Rematch With Duluth This Weekend

Last meeting lost in five overtimes in the NCAA Regional

Video Courtesy: Midco SN GRAND FORKS, N.D. — For the first time since their national championship season in 2015-16, North Dakota hockey has started conference play 4-0 after sweeps of Denver and Miami Ohio, however, the next three series won’t be as easy. UND gets three top 10 ranked opponents over that span starting with Duluth this weekend at home….

Fargo’s Kleven Ready to Make Impact in Year Two for UND Hockey

Kleven played on the third line defense and had seven points in his freshman year

GRAND FORKS, N.D — North Dakota’s Tyler Kleven has only just dipped his skates into the college game. As a freshman last season, the defenseman played 22 of the 29 games scoring five goals and dishing out two assists. “Getting 20-30 games under my belt and getting adjusted to the speed and the physicality and just being able to play…