Idalski and the Lamoureux twins were given permission to pursue the option of playing for the Sioux after they requested and received their release from the
“I was surprised, but extremely happy when I heard that they wanted to come and play for our program,” Idalski said. “Both of these kids are quality players that have had success their entire careers. What they will add to this team is their winning mentality and ‘swagger’ on and off the ice.”
The Western Collegiate Hockey Association requires all student-athletes transferring from within one conference school to another to sit out one year of competition.
Both Lamoureuxs are competing for spots on the
If they make the
Monique and Jocelyne Lamoureux played essential roles in helping UM to the NCAA Division I Frozen Four and the WCHA regular season championship with an overall 32-5-3 record.
A Patty Kazmaier top-10 finalist, Monique Lamoureux led the Gophers in goals and points (39-36-75), while Jocelyne Lamoureux led the team in assists and was second in points (28-37-65). Jocelyne Lamoureux also led the team in both +/- at a +58 and in penalty minutes with 92, along with leading the team in faceoffs taken (won 461 of 816; .565%).
This will mark the first time the twins have played for a
– Go Sioux –