UMD Men Will Be Without Parker Mackay This Week When Miami Comes To Town

The Minnesota Duluth men’s hockey team will be without junior wing and assistant captain Parker Mackay this weekend when it hosts Miami in NCHC play at Amsoil Arena in Duluth. Mackay, who has an undisclosed injury, hasn’t practiced with the team this week and was ruled out by coach Scott Sandelin on Wednesday. He missed…
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Wednesday Olympic Digest: USA, Canada Meet On The Big Stage

The 2018 Olympic women’s hockey tournament continued Wednesday in Pyeongchang, South Korea, while the men’s tournament held its first day of games. Here’s a look back at the action and what’s ahead for Thursday. Wednesday’s results Women: Switzerland 2, Sweden 1: Lara Stalder picked up her fifth point of the Olympics, an assist, to give…
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Tuesday Olympic Digest: Quiet Day For Bulldogs As US, Canada Improve To 2-0

The 2018 Olympic women’s hockey tournament continued Tuesday in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Here’s a look back at the action and what’s ahead for Wednesday. Tuesday’s results Canada 4, Finland 1: Former Bulldogs defensemen Brigette Lacquette and Jocelyne Larocque both finished plus-1 on the day as Canada jumped out to a 4-0 lead after two periods. USA…
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Monday Olympic Digest: Winberg Leads Sweden In Shutout Of Korea

The 2018 Olympic women’s hockey tournament continued Monday in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Here’s a look back at the action and what’s ahead for Tuesday. Monday’s results Switzerland 3, Japan 1: Lara Stalder picked up her fourth point of the Olympics, an assist, during a two-goal second period for the Swiss, who moved to 2-0. Sweden…
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Sunday’s Olympic Digest: Rooney Backstops USA To Win, Irwin Scores For Canada

The 2018 Olympic women’s hockey tournament continued Sunday in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Here’s a look back at the action and what’s ahead for Monday. Sunday’s results USA 3, Finland 1: Bulldogs goaltender Maddie Rooney made 23 saves in her Olympic debut with Team USA, which trailed 1-0 after the first period. Former Bulldog Sidney Morin…
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Saturday Olympic Digest: Murray’s Team Korea Routed By Swiss In Opener

The 2018 Olympic women’s hockey tournament got underway Saturday in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Here’s a look back at Saturday’s action and what’s ahead for Sunday. Saturday’s results: Switzerland 8, Korea 0: An energized crowd was on hand to watch the Olympic debut of the Korean unified team, coached by former Bulldog Sarah Murray. Unfortunately for that…
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DNT: UMD Women Ready To Celebrate Diverse Senior Class In Regular Season Home Finale

When Catherine Daoust graduates from Minnesota Duluth in the spring, she will have not only completed a four-year collegiate hockey career and a degree in mechanical engineering. The Bulldogs defenseman from L’Ile-Bizard, Quebec, also will have gained a handful of couches to crash on during her upcoming trip through Europe.

Bulldog Insider: Bulldogs Begin Their Quest For Olympic Gold In Pyeongchang

If you haven’t noticed, it’s Olympic week on the Minnesota Duluth hockey beat with the 2018 Winter Games getting underway in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Between the UMD men’s and women’s hockey teams, there are 12 current and former Bulldogs in this year’s games. You can find a rundown of all those involved here. Pyeongchang is…
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DNT: Pionk Receives First Call Up To NHL From New York Rangers

Neal Pionk, the Hermantown native and former Minnesota Duluth defenseman, received his first NHL call up from the New York Rangers on Thursday after the team placed defenseman Brendan Smith on waivers.

Winter Olympics: Stauber Leaves Imprint On US Women’s Hockey Team

Armchair quarterbacks and Twitter general managers have been less than kind to Duluth native Robb Stauber, head coach of the United States Olympic women’s hockey team at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. First, Stauber and his staff were chastised for adding players in October and November to the initial 23-player national team…
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