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Over five decades on the international hockey stage, Berglund managed or served on the administrative staff of more than 30 U.S. teams. He spent 11 years as USA Hockey’s director of national teams and international activities, and was the organization’s senior director of international administration for nine.

Berglund was the general manager of nine U.S. men’s national teams and eight national junior teams, and was involved with six Olympic men’s hockey teams. He received the NHL’s Lester Patrick Award in 1992 and was inducted into the International Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame in 2008.

Nagobads was the team doctor for Minnesota’s hockey program for 34 years. From 1967-90, he served as the physician for five Olympic men’s hockey teams, 15 national teams, two Canada Cup clubs, five national junior squads, and the first U.S. women’s national team.

Nagobads worked with the Minnesota North Stars from 1984-92 and the Minnesota Fighting Saints of the World Hockey League from 1973-76. He received the IIHF’s Paul Loicq Award for his outstanding contributions to international hockey in 2003 and will be inducted into the University of Minnesota “M” Club Hall of Fame in September.