These boys have worked hard all year and achieved a goal, and now they need our help more than ever. 

Montana State Hockey won the M2 regionals last week in Denver, Colorado, and now have the massive opportunity to play in the National Championship Tournament in St. Louis in just a couple of weeks. The team needs our support right now and needs help with funds to reach St. Louis. 

Montana State Hockey is trying to raise $25,000 on GoFundMe to help with their trip to Nationals. These costs include team travel(airline tickets), baggage fees for their hockey equipment, lodging, van rentals, team meals, and practice time costs when they reach St. Louis. 

Credit: Montana State Hockey via Facebook

That might seem like a lot of money, but these boys have been working tirelessly all year to reach this goal. This team will be the second Bobcat team to ever reach the hockey National Championship Tournament. I was lucky enough to watch the Bobcat home games this year, and these young men are going to make not only Montana State proud but Bozeman as well. 

This Bobcat hockey squad has surprised a lot of teams so far this year and could make a run at the tournament. The Bobcats are set to face off in pool play against Lindenwood University, University of New Hampshire, and Liberty University. If they can place the top two after their round-robin pool play, the Bobcats can move on to the sudden death tournament. 

So help out the Bobcat hockey team and donate to send them to Nationals! It's the right thing to do. 

For more details, check out Montana State Hockey or the GoFundMe page

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