Bruce Ciskie is Sports Director for Red Rock Radio in Duluth, Minnesota. Bruce joined Red Rock after working as the NHL Editor for FanHouse.com, a site run by AOL. He has worked as a sportscaster in Duluth since 1996. He is in his seventh season doing play-by-play for Minnesota Duluth men's hockey. He lists the 2011 NCAA Frozen Four -- won by UMD -- as a highlight of his broadcasting career. During his time covering UMD, the program has helped develop current NHL players Jason Garrison, Matt Niskanen, Tim Stapleton, and Mason Raymond, along with numerous AHL players. While with AOL, he interviewed current NHL players like T.J. Oshie, Jamie McBain, Cal Clutterbuck, and Patrick Kane for stories, along with current broadcasters Ed Olczyk and Darren Eliot. Bruce lives near Duluth, Minnesota, with his wife and son.
Shockingly, the NHL's best team throughout this shortened season is on the brink of elimination.
For perhaps the first time all season, the Blackhawks are facing adversity. How will they respond?
Can Chicago respond after a relatively poor effort in Game 2?
Can Detroit make this a series?
Don't overlook this Chicago team, but could big changes be coming for the Wild after a summer of, yes, big changes?
Veterans lead the way, but the Wild's youth have fans excited.
Thrust into action after starter Niklas Backstrom pulled up lame in warmups, Josh Harding wrote a great story, but it wasn't enough for the Wild to steal Game 1.
Can the Wild reverse this recent trend and slip into the playoffs?
How did your favorite team and/or player fare at the trade deadline?
Minnesota gave up a lot, but an impressive stock of prospects means the Wild didn't sell the farm to get Jason Pominville from Buffalo.
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