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WESTERN COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION

Ohio State will seek its share of the WCHA title on Sunday when the Badgers try to beat Minnesota for a fourth time this season. The Buckeyes scored twice in the second period and held off Wisconsin to win in Saturday's semifinal round.
Goals in the first and last minute of play proved to be the winning formula for the top-ranked Minnesota Gophers on Saturday, as they won their 10th consecutive game and advanced to play for the WCHA playoff title.
A non-goal in the third period of the UMD men's game Saturday overshadowed all the great goals on and off the ice this weekend by the Bulldogs at Amsoil Arena.
Naomi Rogge and Anna Klein score their third goals of the weekend; Gabbie Hughes posts three assists in the Sophie's Squad Hockey Hits Back game against the Beavers.

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Katie Davis, Anna Klein and Naomi Rogge score two goals each to give UMD its third win in three games against Bemidji State.
Minnesota Duluth senior center Gabbie Hughes is not only leading the nation in points per game, she's also leading the way on mental health awareness.
Both coaches remain unsure how many players they'll have available, but they believe they'll have enough cleared from COVID-19 protocols for the NCHC and WCHA series scheduled for Friday and Saturday in Duluth.
The NCAA Division I Council approved a proposal Wednesday to expand the NCAA National Collegiate Women's Hockey Championship Tournament to 11 teams.
Seniors Gabbie Hughes, Kobe Roth and Jesse Jacques put up big points in Bulldogs wins, however, both programs would have liked to go into the holiday break off sweeps against key league opponents.
Minnesota Duluth and Minnesota meet in WCHA play on Friday and Saturday at Ridder Arena, where Bulldogs center Gabbie Hughes has had plenty of offensive success during her college career.

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The Bulldogs continue WCHA play next weekend against Minnesota at Ridder Arena in Minneapolis before taking a two-week holiday break.
UMD fifth-year senior Anna Klein hits another career milestone by scoring two goals and two assists against second-ranked Ohio State.
A center her first three-plus seasons at a Bulldog, senior Kylie Hanley is trying out as a defenseman to give UMD more of an offensive punch from the blue line. The Bulldogs host Ohio State this weekend at Amsoil Arena.

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