|St. Cloud Norsemen|
|City:||St. Cloud, Minnesota|
|Home Arena:||St. Cloud Municipal Athletic Complex|
|Colors:||Black, Gray, and White|
|Owner(s):||Chris and Mitri Canavati|
|General Manager:||Moe Mantha, Jr. (2017-18)|
|Head Coach:||Moe Mantha, Jr. (2017-18)|
|2019-2020:||St. Cloud Blizzard|
The St. Cloud Blizzard is a Junior A ice hockey team in the North American Hockey League's (NAHL) central division. The Blizzard play out of the St. Cloud Municipal Athletic Complex in St. Cloud, Minnesota. The organization is focused on helping young hockey players develop their skills and provide opportunities for them to be recruited by college and professional scouts. The team consists of players ranging in age from 16–20 years old who relocate to St. Cloud from all over the United States and the world.
The team began the 2005-2006 season as the Minnesota Blizzard based in Alexandria, Minnesota, one of four expansion teams that started operations that year. The next season, the team was rebranded as the Alexandria Blizzard, which remained its name until the move to Brookings. While in Alexandria, the team played at the Runestone Community Center.
On June 3, 2019 the NAHL's Board of Governors announced approval of the relocation of the team to St. Cloud, Minnesota for the 2019-20 season. The team will be renamed the St. Cloud Blizzard and will be based out of the St. Cloud Municipal Athletic Complex.
On May 6, 2020 the organization announced that the name of the team was being changed to the St. Cloud Norsemen. The team cited a lack of time to change the nickname prior to the 2019-20 season.
|2004–05||56||28||24||4||-||60||159||198||1,360||4th, Central||Lost 1st Round, 0-3 vs. Fargo-Moorhead Jets|
|2005–06||58||24||29||5||-||53||158||219||1,235||4th, Central||Lost 1st Round, 2-3 vs. Southern Minnesota Express|
|2006–07||62||28||29||5||-||61||165||193||1,325||3rd, Central||Lost 1st Round, 2-3 vs. Southern Minnesota Express|
|2007–08||58||29||25||4||-||62||222||223||1,517||3rd, Central||Won 1st Round, 3-2 vs. Southern Minnesota Express|
Won 2nd Round, 3-2 vs. Springfield Jr. Blues
Eliminated (0-3) in Robertson Cup Round Robin
(L, 2-3 vs. Bandits; L, 2-4 vs. RoadRunners; L, 1-6 vs. Phantoms)
|2008–09||58||26||26||6||-||58||180||201||1,215||4th, Central||Lost 1st Round, 1-3 vs. Bismarck Bobcats|
|2009–10||58||30||22||6||-||66||180||166||870||3rd, Central||Won 1st Round, 3-1 vs. Owatonna Express|
Lost 2nd Round, 0-3 vs. Bismarck Bobcats
|2010–11||58||33||19||6||-||72||208||177||923||1st, Central||Lost 1st Round, 2-3 vs. Bismarck Bobcats|
|2011–12||60||40||15||5||-||85||212||156||815||2nd, Central||Lost 1st Round, 1-3 vs. Austin Bruins|
|2012–13||60||32||23||5||-||69||175||179||1204||3rd, Central||Lost 1st Round, 0-3 vs. Bismarck Bobcats|
|2013–14||60||18||34||8||-||44||132||206||1263||5th, Central||Did not qualify|
|2014–15||60||19||32||9||-||47||141||206||968||5th, Central||Did not qualify|
|2015–16||60||25||29||6||-||56||149||200||985||4th, Central||Lost Div. Semifinals, 1-3 vs. Bismarck Bobcats|
|2016–17||60||30||25||4||1||65||192||193||973||3rd, Central||Lost 1st Round, 2-3 vs. Minnesota Wilderness|
|2017-18||60||23||30||2||5||53||169||211||778||6th, Central||Did not qualify|
|2018-19||60||11||44||3||2||27||115||242||-||6th, Central||Did not qualify|
|2019-20||52||10||37||4||1||25||130||240||-||6th, Central||playoffs cancelled|
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