Sydney Wolf

Sydney Wolf


Sydney Wolf is a reporter for The Rink Live, primarily covering youth hockey.

She joined the team in November of 2021 and graduated from St. Cloud State University with a B.S. in Mass Communications and a minor in Writing and Rhetoric Studies and was a part of the University Honors Program.

Wolf grew up in the Central Minnesota area and has extensive knowledge of the hockey world all the way from youth hockey up to the pro level.

In college, Wolf was the News Director at UTVS, the Music Director at 88.1 FM KVSC, a writer at the University Chronicle, and was a nationally qualified speaker on the speech and debate team.

The championship match was a close one, but the Skippers came out on top 2-1. The game-winning goal was scored by sophomore Ashton Schultz.
Brueske, a junior center who posted 34 points in 31 games this season, announced her commitment to play at the Division I level
The Warriors earn a 3-1 victory over third-seeded Orono to bring the girls program its fourth state title
The Warriors will look to defend their Class A title on Saturday after they earn a hard-fought 4-1 win over South St. Paul in the semifinals
The Cougars tied things up late in the third period but Avar scores for the Skippers with less than a minute remaining in regulation.
It was the first scoreless game to go overtime at the girls state tournament since the 2008 Class AA semifinal match between Eden Prairie and Cretin-Derham Hall.
Find out when and where all of the action will take place this week and who the favorites are to come out on top. Look for your favorite team's preview and outlook at state as well.
The Breckenridge/Wahpeton Blades hadn't previously won a game since Feb. 16, 2021. They broke their losing streak on Saturday in a 5-4 win over Becker/Big Lake
Hermantown and Hill-Murray highlight a deep field of state tournament qualifiers battling for a state championship in St. Paul. Here's a look at the tournament, brackets, players to watch, and more.
The recipients of this years awards go to Vivian Jungels of Edina and Maggie Malecha of Northfield.