BREAKING: Emery to Retire From Plattsburgh State Hockey

101.3 The Game can officially confirm that it’s a huge day for Plattsburgh State Athletics as longtime men’s hockey coach Bob Emery is officially retiring after 30 years at the helm of the Cardinals.

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Emery amassed 624 wins and two National Championships while coaching at Plattsburgh and helped develop 22 All-Americans.

His teams also won 16 SUNYAC Championships and made 10 NCAA Final Fours.

From the Plattsburgh website:

Emery is an eight-time SUNYAC Coach of the Year honoree, with the most recent coming in 2016-17. He ended the 2017-18 season with the second-most career wins among all active Division III men’s ice hockey coaches and became the 12th head coach all-time and across all divisions to reach the 600-win plateau when the Cardinals defeated Morrisville State College, 3-0, on Nov. 4 in front of a home crowd on Hall of Fame Night.

We’ll discuss more on ‘The Huddle’ from 3-6 PM.