This was previously the web site for the Center Ice Club, the official booster organization for SCSU men's and women's hockey from 1986 to 2013. Currently, this is a web site dedicated to providing information to the college hockey fan and in particular, the St. Cloud State University hockey fan. We do so without annoying popups, ads and revolving photos that make it difficult to find what the typical fan is looking for - a quick read about SCSU hockey's recent results and associated links. Thank you for visiting this site. The site has been renamed CenterIceView.
The Center Ice Club (CIC) was the official hockey booster organization for the St. Cloud State University Huskies from 1986 to 2013. It was originally organized as a booster club by a group of local hockey enthusiasts in anticipation of St. Cloud State University hockey transitioning to NCAA Division I status. From the beginning, the mission of the CIC was to "provide moral and financial support for SCSU hockey and a social atmosphere for it's members."
The Center Ice Club grew to become the largest sport specific booster organization for St. Cloud State University athletics. And, with over 700 members, the CIC had become one of the largest collegiate hockey booster clubs in the country.
The Center Ice Club raised funds to support both SCSU men's and women's hockey. Since 1986, the CIC donated $380,000 to SCSU hockey including hockey scholarships, miscellaneous team equipment, National Hockey Center displays and projects, beginning of the season event and post-season banquets. The CIC raised funds primarily through memberships, annual golf tournaments, 50/50 raffles, and various other fundraisers. Our most recent donation to SCSU Hockey was dated 6/30/2013 in the amount of $80,000.
With the formation of the Husky Club the Center Ice Club Board and Executive Officers voted to inactivate the Center Ice Club effective July 1, 2013.
We sincerely thank all of our members and volunteers for their past energetic support of the Center Ice Club !
Update: Effective 7/1/2013 the Husky Club was initiated to replace the existing sport specific booster clubs such as the Center Ice Club. In 2014 the Husky Club was replaced by the Husky Fund - de-emphasing membership benefits of a club and concentrating on fundraising for athletics.