The Beavers will honor their seniors and bring the season to a close this weekend against St. Cloud State.
Minnesota Duluth will play Wisconsin for the WCHA regular season championship next weekend after sweeping Minnesota State-Mankato in dramatic fashion this weekend.
A goal by forward Gabbie Hughes with three seconds left in the third gave Minnesota Duluth their 4-3 win over Minnesota State on Sunday, Feb. 21, at Amsoil Arena.
No. 4 Minnesota proved to be too much to handle for Bemidji State on Saturday afternoon.
Playing their first game after a 21-day layoff, Gabbie Hughes and McKenzie Hewett come through in the third to lift Minnesota Duluth over the Mavericks.
Minnesota Duluth beat Minnesota State 2-1 Saturday, Feb. 20, at Amsoil Arena.
Grace Zumwinkle posted a hat trick for No. 4 Minnesota in a 6-1 victory over Bemidji State.
Minnesota Duluth's most recent member of the 100-career-points club is also flourishing in the defensive zone and faceoff circle this season.
Former BSU goalie Lauren Bench will return to the Sanford Center this weekend as a member of the Minnesota Gophers.
The Bulldogs will host Minnesota State-Mankato at 3:07 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Amsoil Arena.
Siblings Tracy Cassano and Lee Engstrom learned to love hockey at a neighborhood rink, and in their unfinished basement at home in Willmar, Minn. Today, they are head coach and assistant coach, respectively, for two of the metro area's better high school hockey programs, and got there by relying on their love of family, and of the game.
Bemidji State killed seven penalties, but it couldn’t stop No. 1 Wisconsin at even strength in a 7-0 road loss on Saturday.
Since ascending to the no. 1 ranking in the nation last month, the Minnesota Gophers women's hockey team has gone 1-5-1. A sluggish loss to Ohio State on Friday was the latest bit of trouble for coach Brad Frost's crew.
Bemidji State was held scoreless in a 4-0 loss at No. 1 Wisconsin on Friday afternoon.
Bulldogs will wear the jerseys during next weekend's series against Minnesota State-Mankato at Amsoil Arena.
Minnesota Duluth's attempts to add games to the schedule each of the last two weeks have fallen short. Because of COVID-19, the Bulldogs have played just 12 games this season and only six in the last 10 weeks.
As the only non-white person on the Bemidji State women’s hockey team, senior defenseman Tina Kampa is working toward making college hockey more inclusive of racial minorities through a new initiative called College Hockey for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion.
Bulldogs junior center Gabbie Hughes and McKenzie Hewett are this week's guest on the Bulldog Insider Podcast, talking college life during the pandemic just hours after another series is called off by the coronavirus.
Makayla Pahl has learned how to overcome doubts and nerves and even home-sickness over the past year and a half at the University of Minnesota. With a new-found confidence, the Rochester Mayo grad is shaping up to be the next in a long line of standout goaltenders for the Gophers.
The news last week that only four teams will qualify for the WCHA playoffs did not sit well with the Bemidji State women’s hockey team.
Mavericks program has pushed pause for seven days, per COVID-19 protocols.
Bemidji State goalie Kerigan Dowhy owns a .929 save percentage and 2.18 goals against average in 13 games this season.
How did Van Wieren and Jobst-Smith make their way to the Minnesota Duluth women's hockey team, where both have made immediate impacts as freshmen this season?
Of the nine WCHA games that have gone to overtime this season, Bemidji State has played in eight of them, including their five most recent games.
The top four teams in the regular season standings based on league point percentage will head straight to the WCHA Final Faceoff.
Bulldogs junior goaltender Emma Soderberg allowed three goals in six games in January.
Minnesota Duluth junior center Gabbie Hughes registered a goal and an assist to reach 100 career collegiate points and the Bulldogs finished a regular-season sweep of the Huskies, outscoring them 19-2 in four games.
Minnesota State’s Jessica Kondas scored in the first minute of overtime and clinched a 3-2 victory over Bemidji State.
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 is now 3-0 vs. the Huskies in three games in Duluth, outscoring SCSU by a 13-2 margin.