Christian Horn
Christian Horn


Plymouth, Minn.

High School:
Benilde-St. Margaret's

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 178




Gophers Skate to 2-2 Overtime Tie With U.S Under-18 Team

Minnesota continues the 2012-13 season on Sunday against Canisius.

2012-13 • Freshman Season:Did not seen action in the regular season or playoffs • picked up an assist in Minnesota's 2-2 overtime exhibition tie with the U.S. Under-18 Team (10/26) • also competed in the Gophers' exhibition game against Lethbridge (10/6).

International: Notched three goals and one assist in four games for the U.S. Under-17 Select Team at the 2009 Under-17 Five Nations Tournament in Fussen, Germany en route to a bronze medal.

High School: Skated for Benilde-St. Margaret's for four years under head coach Ken Pauly • captained Red Knights to 2012 state Class AA title with six points in tournament play • finished high school career holding school records for career points (207) and assists (127) and became the first player in school history to reach the 200-point and 100-assist plateaus • earned all-state honors in his final two years and was a four-time All-North Suburban Conference honoree • became the first freshman in BSM history to lead the team in goals in 2008-09 • played three seasons in the Upper Midwest Elite High School Hockey League • scored the championship-winning goal in overtime to clinch the Bauer NIT Championship for Minnesota White in 2010 • won two state championships for the Red Knights in lacrosse was a second-team all-state honoree in 2011.

Personal: Plans to study business and kinesiology • was an honor roll student and earned a Student-teacher Recognition Award at Benilde-St. Margarets • also likes to play lacrosse • most memorable sports thrill was winning the 2012 Minnesota Class AA state hockey tournament • older brother, Rob, played lacrosse for Minnesota-Duluth • son of Ron Horn and Janice Steinhauser • born Jun. 11, 1993.


Gophers Set for Rare New York Road Trip


This weekend’s road trip to New York marks Minnesota’s first outing to the Empire State since winning the 2003 NCAA title at the HSBC Arena in Buffalo.

Minnesota Drops Series Finale


Jack Ramsey scored his first career goal during Saturday's first period at the National Hockey Center.

Gophers Fall in Home Opener


Tyler Sheehy notched his third multi-point game in three contests this season with a goal and two assists in the loss.

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