Rob Beer

FCC Digital Content Manager

Rob Beer is the digital content manager for Forum Communications and is the editor of The Rink Live.

A 1993 graduate of Minnesota State University Moorhead, he began working for Forum Communications Co. in 1991. He also assists with other content and projects produced by the company.

He has served in a variety of roles with The Forum and Forum Communications, including graphic artist, reporter, copy editor, assistant sports editor, presentation editor and manager of Forum News Service. Early in his career, he was a sports writer for The Journal in New Ulm, Minn., and the sports editor for the Huron (S.D.) Plainsman. He is a native of Princeton, Minn.

Languages: English

Sights and sounds from Wednesday's practice day at Scheels Arena, where Minnesota State Mankato, St. Cloud State, Minnesota and Canisius all seek two wins and a trip to Florida for the Frozen Four.
Top seeded in the 16-team NCAA tournament, the Minnesota Gophers will face Canisius in their opener, needing two wins to get back to the Frozen Four, and four wins to claim a sixth national title.
“This is an incredible opportunity for our program to play two premier teams at the highest level of collegiate hockey," says Minot State head coach Wyatt Waselenchuk
View papers of the The Forum during the run to the gold medal in 1980.
Gramer and Fargo Force forward Harper Bentz have limited chances to go toe-to-toe on the ice but both say decision to play juniors this year was the right one.
The committee that last put on the event this past January made the decision early this fall to postpone the event on the Jamestown campus.
In the USHL, there is continuity — Mark Carlson has been the head coach and general manager for the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders since 1999. And there is new blood — half of the 16 teams in the league this season are being led by a new head coach behind the bench, and that’s not even including David Wilkie, who returned to coach the Omaha Lancers after a season’s absence.
McKay, a senior goaltender for the Mavericks, tested positive for ostarine (enobosarm) following a Jan. 23 testing during which he was one of four selected as alternates for the U.S. Olympic team.
State officials have now discovered 70 positive cases since 2009, the year the disease was first detected in North Dakota.
Montana State also is in the final four in its second consecutive season, although with two years off in between due to the Bobcats opting out of the pandemic-delayed 2020 season.