The Fond du Lac Blades have made their mark on the international hockey scene, representing Team USA at the French Cup and bringing home a silver medal. The Blades, who are comprised of high school and college players from the Fond du Lac area, were invited to compete in the French Cup in April of this year.

The tournament, which is held in Rouen, France, is one of the most prestigious international hockey tournaments in the world. The Blades were one of 12 teams invited to compete in the tournament, which included teams from France, Canada, Sweden, and the United States.

The Blades went 4-1 in the tournament, with their only loss coming in the championship game against the Grenoble Grizzlys. Despite the loss, the Blades finished with the silver medal and made a strong showing in the tournament.

The Blades’ success in the tournament was due in large part to the strong play of their goaltender, Eric Kivi. Kivi was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player, and he was instrumental in leading the Blades to the championship game. Kivi was also named to the All-Tournament Team, which is a testament to his skill and leadership.

The Fond du Lac Blades have made a name for themselves on the international hockey stage. Their strong performance at the French Cup has earned them a silver medal, and the recognition of their goaltender, Eric Kivi, as the tournament’s Most Valuable Player. The Blades have shown that they have what it takes to compete with the best teams in the world, and their performance at the French Cup is a testament to that.