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MINNESOTA DULUTH BULLDOGS

The WCHA released its 2022-23 schedule on Monday, featuring four games in the first 10 weeks between the defending NCAA champions from Ohio State and national runners-up from UMD.
Bell and Hanley have wore the 'C' for the Bulldogs before, while Hughes gets a 'C' for the first time after wearing an 'A' last season.
Weems replaces Josh Fenton, who left for the Summit League.
Jennifer Flowers helped navigate the WCHA through the COVID-19 pandemic, expansion and the end of the men's WCHA. She also continued the league's winning tradition with back-to-back national championships, and worked to elevate the profiles of the league's student-athletes.

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While Nick Leddy, Robert Bertuzzo and Marco Scandella all missed games, Faulk averaged 27:43 of ice time in four playoff games
Six of the nine UMD men's and women's student-athletes who entered the transfer portal this spring have committed to new programs, including four of the five from the Bulldogs men's team.
The Grand Forks native was originally committed to North Dakota, having already signed an NLI. He re-opened his recruitment this spring and settled on the Bulldogs following two seasons with the USA Hockey National Team Development Program.
A database of Minnesota Duluth men's hockey recruits for the 2022-23 season and beyond
Bulldogs senior defenseman Lizi Norton is keeping her options open after helping UMD reach back-to-back NCAA Frozen Fours and earning an education degree over the past four seasons.
Scott Sandelin's ability to move his defensemen on to the professional level played a big role in Miami senior defenseman Derek Daschke chosing to play his fifth year at Minnesota Duluth, as did some insight from former Miami and junior hockey teammate Casey Gilling.

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Bulldogs coach Scott Sandelin will serve a four-year term on the committee that oversees the NCAA tournament starting with the 2022-23 season.
The Sun Devils and Big Red are making their first-ever appearances in Duluth to play the Bulldogs while the Badgers are back for the first time since 2012.
Jojo Chobak, who was in line to take over as the starting goaltender next season, has entered the NCAA transfer portal after two seasons at UMD.

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