Playoff hockey is here in St. Cloud! The St. Cloud Norsemen are the North American Hockey League Central Division regular season champs and have home ice advantage for the NAHL’s Robertson Cup Playoffs.
Playoffs begin this Friday & Saturday, April 22-23 at 7:00 p.m. at the St. Cloud Municipal Athletic Complex. Tickets for the playoffs will be just $5 and are on sale now at tickets.stcloudnorsemen.com — The St. Cloud Norsemen Playoffs are presented by Premier Real Estate & Noel Johnson
Our beer special is back with $2 Coors and Coors Lights at all Norsemen playoff home games!
On Friday, April 22, the first 400 fans will take home Norsemen Playoff t-shirts, thanks to our playoff partners: Premier Real Estate, Pantown Brewing Company, H.R. Pesty’s, House of Pizza and Upper Deck Sports Bar. Playoff t-shirts will be on sale on the concourse during games while supplies last. T-shirt front pictured below.
The Norsemen are the top seed in the Central Division playoffs and will face the 4th seed Bismarck Bobcats in the first round (division semifinals). Road games in Bismarck are slated for April 29, April 30 (if needed) and a potential Game 5 in St. Cloud would be held on Monday, May 2.
The NAHL Robertson Cup Playoffs feature a best-of-five series (needing 3 wins to advance) for the divisional rounds. The division playoff champions will all head to Blaine, Minnesota to compete for the Robertson Cup on May 21-24 at Fogerty Arena. The semifinals are a best-of-three series and the championship is a single game. More information on the NAHL Robertson Cup playoffs is here.
St. Cloud (41-16-2-1) won the Central Division regular season, set a franchise wins record with 41 wins (most in the 18 year history of the team). The Norsemen offense is led by NAHL scoring champion and University of St. Thomas commit Ryan O’Neill who scored 80 points this season, one of 9 NCAA commits on the active roster. The team has the most home wins this season in the NAHL and we hope Norsemen fans will come out in full force to cheer us on in St. Cloud!