Justin Kloos
Justin  Kloos


Lakeville, Minn.

High School:
Lakeville South

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 182


Junior Team:
Waterloo (USHL)


Kloos Up for Senior CLASS Award

A native of Lakeville, Minn., Kloos is in his second season as team captain for the Maroon & Gold


Gophers Sweep B1G Three Stars

Eric Schierhorn was named the Big Ten First Star of the Weeek, Justin Kloos was tabbed as the Big Ten Second Star of the Week and Brent Gates Jr. was honored as the Big Ten Third Star of the Week.


Gophers Open the Flood-Gates in 5-1 Win

Brent Gates Jr. tallied his first career hat trick and the fourth hat trick in Mariucci Classic history to give Minnesota a 5-1 win over Mercyhurst.


Kloos, Sheehy Earn Weekly Honors

Minnesota returns to action with the 26th annual Mariucci Classic, Dec. 30-31, with the Gophers hosting Mercyhurst, Alabama Huntsville and Massachusetts.


Gates Gives Gophers Spartan Sweep

MinnesotaThis weekend's pair of 4-2 wins gives the Maroon & Gold its first road sweep against the Spartans since the 1978-79 season.


Kloos, Gophers Beat Huskies

Justin Kloos recorded the hat trick as Minnesota beat St. Cloud State in overtime.


Gophers Beat Wolverines

Minnesota beat Michigan, 5-3, on Friday night at Mariucci Arena.


Gophers Sweep Buckeyes

Sam Warning's hat trick led Minnesota to a 4-2 win and sweep of Ohio State.


Gophers Rout Engineers

Minnesota beat RPI, 6-2, in the Mariucci Classic.


Minnesota Routs UMD

The Gopher hockey team routed UMD, 6-1, at Mariucci Arena.


MHK: Men's Hockey vs. Minnesota State 11-19-16

Men's Hockey vs. Minnesota State 11-19-16


Big 10 Semifinal

Big 10 Tournament Semifinal game vs. Ohio State.


Men's Hockey vs. Michigan State 1-15-16

Men's Hockey vs. Michigan State 1-15-16


Men's Hockey vs. Northeastern October 23, 2015

Men's Hockey vs. Northeastern October 23, 2015


MHK: Michigan State at Minnesota 2-26-15

Michigan State at Minnesota 2-26-15

Team captain (2016) • skated in all 117 games during his first three years with the program • Minnesota's active leading scorer with 107 career points (45 goals, 62 assists) • the 82nd member of Minnesota's 100-Point Club • Second Team All-Big Ten (2016) • John Mariucci Most Valuable Player Award (2016) and Elwin "Doc" Romnes Leadership & Sportsmanship Award (2016) • Academic All-Big Ten (2015, 2016) • three-year letter winner. 

Team captain • Second Team All-Big Ten • skated in all 37 games • led the Gophers and finished fourth in Big Ten scoring with a career-high 41 points (16 goals, 27 assists) • his 27 assists were also a career high while his 16 goals matched his career high from 2013-14 • tied for third in the nation with four short-handed goals • team was 16-6-0 when he tallied a point • posted a career-high four-point game (one goal, three assists) in an overtime win against Ohio State on Dec. 4 • matched the performance with four points (one goal, three assists) against Penn State on Jan. 9 -- the showing kicked off an 11-game point streak and a seven-game goal streak for Kloos (both career longs) • Kloos notched multi-point games in eight of 11 contests during the streak with 23 total points over the stretch • became the 82nd Gopher to join Minnesota's 100-Point Club on March 4 in a win at Michigan State • ended the season on a four-game point streak including three points in the regular-season finale as the Gophers captured the Big Ten regular-season title • honored with Minnesota's John Mariucci Most Value Player Award and the Elwin "Doc" Romnes Leadership & Sportsmanship Award • Academic All-Big Ten honoree • earned third letter.


Appeared in all 39 games as a sophomore • totaled 32 points (13 goals, 19 assists), matching his freshman point total  tallied his first collegiate hat trick in a 4-3 overtime victory against St. Cloud State on Nov. 1 • scored the game-winning goal in a 4-2 victory against Michigan to help the Maroon & Gold secure the Big Ten tournament title • Academic All-Big Ten honoree • earned second letter.

NCAA West Regional Most Outstanding Player and All-Tournament Team member • appeared in all 41 games as a freshman • scored 16 goals to become the first Gophers' freshman to lead the team in goal scoring since Jay Barriball in 2006-07 • finished fourth on the team in points with 32 (16 goals, 16 assists) and led all Minnesota freshman • team was 17-2-3 when he tallied a point and 6-1-1 in games where he had multiple points • scored a power-play goal for his first collegiate point in the season opener -- a 6-0 win over Mercyhurst  scored his first empty-net goal against Penn State in a 5-2 victory while also adding two assists in the game • tallied a goal in Minnesota's 3-2 win at Michigan to clinch the inaugural Big Ten regular-season title • played in all four NCAA tournament games • tallied a goal in the NCAA opener -- a 7-3 win over Robert Morris • scored twice in Minnesota's 4-0 win over St. Cloud State -- including his first game winner -- to send the Gophers to the NCAA Frozen Four • had two points (one goal, one assist) in the national championship game against Union • earned first letter.

Skated for Team USA at the 2012 World Junior A Challenge.

Skated with the USHL's Waterloo Black Hawks for parts of three seasons including the entire 2012-13 campaign • finished second in the USHL with 87 points behind Black Hawks linemate and Gophers classmate Taylor Cammarata • his 58 assists in 2012-13 were the second most in Waterloo history • earned All-USHL First Team honors • saw action in two USHL games with Waterloo in 2011-12, scoring four points (two goals, two assists) • also played 10 games for the Black Hawks in 2010-11, adding five points (three goals, two assists) • prior to his tenure in the USHL, skated with Lakeville South High School and led the state in scoring with 103 points in 31 games during his senior season • honored as Minnesota's Mr. Hockey in 2012 • helped Lakeville South to a Minnesota State Hockey Tournament Appearance.

Born Nov. 30, 1993 • son of Tom and Mary Kloos • has one brother, John • cousin, Carrie Thompson, played collegiate women's hockey at Dartmouth.


Lettieri Named B1G Second Star


Lettieri has played in all 20 games this season for the Gophers while ranking tied for second on the team with 11 goals and third on the team with 20 points.

Novak to Miss Rest of Season


Novak has played in all 57 games and has 41 points (11 goals, 30 assists) since joining the Gophers last year.

Lettieri's Hat Trick Leads `U' to Sweep


The Gophers have now won six-straight games (tying the school record in the Big Ten era) and eight of the last nine contests.

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