When reporters arrive to the Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey team’s bench for media availability times, it’s the closest they come to the masked student-athletes.
What were once just names and numbers as seen from the press box, far above the ice of the Frank Perrotti, Jr. Arena, now become real faces, heavily breathing the cold air of the rink.
Of the 27 total players that practice hard each day, 20 make the roster on a typical game night.
But the seven skaters that don’t slot into the lineup on a regular basis work just as hard during a morning skate as the 20 that do.
For a full season and then some, sophomore forward Logan Mick was one of those seven skaters. And despite not being a regular for the Bobcats, he took a similar route...
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