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Despite surrendering two one-goal leads – including one in the third period – the Beavers rallied with Taylor Nelson’s goal off a slick assist from Gabbie Smith just 1:28 into overtime.
The Minnesota Duluth women's hockey team opens the 2022-23 season with four games in seven days in New York. They hope to close the season with two NCAA Frozen Four wins in three days at Amsoil Arena.
The Bulldog Insider Podcast drops the puck on its fifth season with an in-depth conversation with Olympic gold medalist Ashton Bell. The Minnesota Duluth fifth-year senior defenseman and captain is back with the Bulldogs in 2022-23 after traveling the globe last season with Team Canada, winning gold medals at the 2021 and 2022 IIHF World Championship, and at the 2022 Olympics in Beijing.
A conversation with Huskies associate head coach Jinelle Siergiej, who is beginning her ninth season with the team.

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All WCHA teams except Ohio State will be in action this week to kick off the 2022-23 season.
Despite losing most of their points leaders from last season, the Beavers like how their bunch has looked in practice heading into the new campaign.
Minnesota Duluth and Ohio State battled in the NCAA title game last spring at Penn State, with the Buckeyes edging the Bulldogs for the national championship. Now both teams welcome back Olympic gold medalists Ashton Bell and Emma Maltais from Canada who have a different perspective on the game of hockey.
A look at where the UMD men's and women's hockey players who elected to transfer wound up for the 2022-23 season. And who is coming back to Amsoil Arena as an opponent?
Brian Idalski is making some adjustments as he gets back to college hockey after coaching the 2022 Chinese Olympic team and 3 seasons coaching a pro team in China.
Minnesota Duluth is among a handful of WCHA teams welcoming back a plethora of fifth-year seniors, an Olympic medalist and a Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award top-three finalist, making it hard to discern who truly is the top team heading into the 2022-23 season.

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The Beavers earned 16 points in the poll, placing them one point ahead of seventh-place St. Cloud State and nine points behind fifth-place Minnesota State.
Defending regular-season champion Minnesota picked to finish ahead of defending national champion Ohio State. Not surprisingly, Taylor Heise is the Preseason Player of the Year in the poll of conference coaches
Minnesota Duluth's Gabbie Hughes and Ashton Bell are among a group of players who were either top-three finalists for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award a year ago, or Olympic gold medalists from Beijing.

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