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Bruce Ciskie

NHL Contributor

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.

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Grading the trading: Who won, who lost?

How did your favorite team and/or player fare at the trade deadline?

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Wild aren't all-in with Pominville deal

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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Buyers, sellers in the West

Is your team a buyer or a seller?

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Iginla to Pens heats up East

The pressure's on the Eastern Conference after Pittsburgh dealt for Calgary's captain and didn't have to give up any NHL players to get him.

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Could NHL coach replace Parker at BU?

Longtime BU coach Jack Parker retired Monday; Could the school look to the NHL for his successor?

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End of an era in Buffalo

After over 5,600 days, Lindy Ruff's time in Buffalo has ended.

Blue Jackets finally move on

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The Howson firing was a long time coming.

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NHL GM's avoiding panic button

The shortened season has yet to lead to a panic move in the NHL.

When is enough, enough?

How much longer can the NHL keep pretending that the Coyotes can be viable in the desert?

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What's wrong with Yakupov's celebration?

Nothing, really, which is what makes the reaction of some hockey fans a tad disturbing.

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