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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.
Advocating that college hockey proceed with "urgency and patience" new NCHC commissioner Heather Weems talked about her background, the tough decisions of the past and the opportunities of the future at her introductory press conference.
Conference will officially introduce the institution on Tuesday

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Matt Dumba scored for the Wild and goaltender Cam Talbot, making his first start in place of Marc-Andre Fleury, made 22 saves.
Blaming players for a lack of loyalty to their teams when they enter the transfer portal is an outdated idea that does not take the many potential reasons for a player to shop around under consideration.
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With his team facing elimination, Wild coach Dean Evason expects to see a better team-wide effort in Game 6.
The 31-year-old Roseau High School graduate discusses the tough decision to leave the Huskies for the USHL. He also talks about the newcomers for SCSU in the fall and does a rapid fire on coaches he's played for, worked with.
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.
The 42-year-old also talks about growing up in northern Michigan, his two brothers who work in pro hockey, things he is looking for in hiring a staff and more with The Rink Live's Jess Myers and Mick Hatten

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Vladimir Tarasenko's third-period hat trick quiets Xcel Energy Center crowd.
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The first-round playoff series between Minnesota and St. Louis may come to an end on Thursday, as the Blues most recent win pushed the Wild to the edge of elimination. And after five contests that have had a bit of everything, anything less than seeing all seven games would be unfortunate.
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.

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