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In a makeup game from the NCHC Pod in Omaha, Minnesota Duluth hopes to avenge its loss to the Tigers in December while putting last week's sweep at Western Michigan in the rear-view mirror.
Minnesota Duluth falls to third in the NCHC with three games to play after going into the weekend first in the league.
Minnesota Duluth takes on Western Michigan at 3:05 p.m. Saturday at Lawson Ice Arena in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Check back here at puck drop for live updates from the game.
The Bulldogs run ends at six-straight wins after the 4-0 defeat in Kalamazoo, Michigan. North Dakota beats Denver 3-0 in Grand Forks to take a two-point lead on UMD in the league standings.
Minnesota Duluth takes on Western Michigan at 5:05 p.m. Friday at Lawson Ice Arena in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Check back here at puck drop for live updates from the game.
League-leading and fourth-ranked Minnesota Duluth rides a six-game winning streak into Kalamazoo, Michigan, while junior wing Cole Koepke and senior wing Nick Swaney look to keep their six-game point streaks going.
A database of Minnesota Duluth men's hockey recruits for the 2021-22 season and beyond.
The procedures that worked so well for the season-opening Pod at Baxter Arena in Omaha, Nebraska, will have to be altered for the postseason tournament at Ralph Engelstad Arena, especially with thousands of fans likely to be in attendance.
Minnesota Duluth defeated Miami 3-1 Saturday, Feb. 6, at Amsoil Arena.
Bulldogs move into first place in the NCHC, one point ahead of second-place North Dakota and two points ahead of St. Cloud State.
Minnesota Duluth takes on Miami at 4:07 p.m. Saturday at Amsoil Arena in Duluth following an 8-1 win Friday for the Bulldogs over the RedHawks. Check back here at puck drop for live updates from the game.
The Bulldogs bounced back from a slow start at Amsoil Arena on Friday by tallying four goals in the first period, three of which were set up by Cates.
Minnesota Duluth takes on Miami at 6:07 p.m. Friday at Amsoil Arena in Duluth. Check back here at puck drop for live updates from the game.
The RedHawks are back in Duluth for the first time in 47 weeks after traveling to the Twin Ports almost a year ago, only to have their games against Minnesota Duluth canceled by COVID-19.
Minnesota Duluth enters the final full month of the regular season second in the league and within striking distance of first place, all while its coach continues to make history on the bench.
Minnesota Duluth scored twice on the power play in the first period, and then kept the RedHawks at arm's length with a pair of late goals by Hermantown native Cole Koepke. Miami comes to Duluth next weekend to wrap up the regular season series.
Minnesota Duluth beat St. Cloud State 6-0 Saturday, Jan. 30, at Amsoil Arena.
The Minnesota Duluth men's and women's hockey teams will drop the puck within an hour of each other Saturday. The women host St. Cloud State at 3:07 p.m. at Amsoil Arena in Duluth while the men take on Miami at 4:05 p.m. in Oxford, Ohio. Check back here at puck drop for live updates from both of tonight's games.
Minnesota Duluth kills off key major penalty against captain Noah Cates at the end of the second period, start of the third to prevail 2-1 on Friday over the RedHawks.
The Minnesota Duluth men's and women's hockey teams will drop the puck within minutes of each other Friday. The men take on Miami at 6:05 p.m. in Oxford, Ohio, while the women host St. Cloud State at 6:07 p.m. at Amsoil Arena in Duluth. Check back here at puck drop for live updates from both of tonight's games.
In a series postponed from Jan. 15-16 due to COVID-19 protocols, Minnesota Duluth heads to Oxford, Ohio, on a short week after putting up nine goals against the Broncos, while holding them to just two, and only 43 shots on goal.
After winning a state championship with Bruce Plante at Hermantown, Jesse Jacques and Cole Koepke are now playing for the national championship staff of Scott Sandelin that includes Bruce's son, Derek, and former Bulldogs Adam Krause and Jason Garrison.
Minnesota Duluth beat Western Michigan 4-1 Sunday, Jan. 24, at Amsoil Arena.
Jackson Cates hat trick gives Minnesota Duluth 5-1 victory over Western Michigan Saturday, Jan. 23, at Amsoil Arena.