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Weekend Rewind: Gophers and Huskies get road sweeps, Bulldogs split, UMD women roll

The Rink Live reporters recap the weekend of college hockey action and take a look at what teams are thankful for so far this season.

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Minnesota forward Matthew Knies carried the puck through a crowd of Wolverines during the Gophers' 6-3 win at Michigan on Friday, November 18, 2022, at Yost Ice Arena in Ann Arbor, Mich.
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The Rink Live's Kirsten Krull, Mick Hatten, Matt Wellens and Jess Myers catch up on the weekend of college hockey action before Thanksgiving. Hatten recaps St. Cloud State's road sweep at Colorado College, Wellens tackles Minnesota Duluth's weekend split at Western Michigan. Myers talks Minnesota's sweep at Michigan.

Wellens also discusses the UMD women's team pounding Harvard by a combined score of 13-0 in a nonconference series. Myers recaps the shootout win and loss for the Gophers' women at Wisconsin.

The panel also discusses what they are thankful for and what the teams that they cover are thankful for.

Mick Hatten is a reporter and editor for Forum News Service and helps manage TheRinkLive.com, a website dedicated to hockey. He began working for Forum Communications in November 2018 and has covered St. Cloud State University hockey since 2010. A graduate of St. Cloud State, he has more than 30 years of experience as a journalist and has been a youth hockey coach since 2014. mhatten@forumcomm.com
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