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WCHA announces its new commissioner

ST. PAUL - The Western Collegiate Hockey Association officially introduced former Minnesota Wild Vice President of Communications and Broadcasting Bill Robertson as its next commissioner Tuesday afternoon at the Xcel Energy Center.

ST. PAUL - The Western Collegiate Hockey Association officially introduced former Minnesota Wild Vice President of Communications and Broadcasting Bill Robertson as its next commissioner Tuesday afternoon at the Xcel Energy Center.

Robertson, 53, will take over for outgoing commissioner Bruce McLeod, who is retiring June 30 after 20 years running the league.

Robertson will begin working for the league in the middle of May.

"I am excited about this wonderful opportunity to help lead and guide the WCHA for many years to come," Robertson said in a statement. "It is truly an honor to serve this iconic sports and collegiate hockey conference, while showcasing some of the top student-athletes and institutions in the country."

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