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The 6-foot-1 forward from Woodbury put up 16 points in 29 games for the Pioneers last season as a sophomore and helped lead the team to a third-place finish in Class AA.
UMass declared the graduate student forward medically disqualified to compete after an injury suffered during spring workouts. Wait won a NCAA title with the Minutemen after transferring from the Minnesota Gophers following his sophomore season.
Jens Richards was a standout for two seasons with the Northstar Christian Academy team in Alexandria, then for two seasons with the Austin Bruins. On Friday, he accomplished another goal by committing to play Division I college hockey at the University of Vermont.
The last two meetings between the Fighting Hawks and Terriers came in the NCAA tournament.

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There was little fanfare sought when one of college hockey's true coaching legends retired this week following five NCAA titles and 50 years total at Clarkson, Bowling Green and Boston College.
For just the third time in the 40-plus years the Hobey Baker Award has been handed out, a goalie was named the top player in college hockey, as Minnesota State Mankato star Dryden McKay claimed the trophy.
The Minutemen got off to a good start with a 2-0 lead with two quick goals from Garrett Wait and Bobby Trivigno.
Connecticut's difficulties appear to have come to an end. When the team played Northeastern on road on Friday, it secured yet another victory. The final result was 4-1, meaning that UConn now has three victories in a row, after having a tough time recently.
Connecticut won a home game against Boston University 3-1 on Saturday.

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Massachusetts bested visiting Providence 4-2 on Saturday.

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