Winter Olympics: Ex-UMD Player Murray Thawing The Ice As Coach Of Korean Women’s Hockey Team

Once an afterthought in the grand scheme of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, former Minnesota Duluth ironwoman Sarah Murray and the Korean women’s hockey team have been thrust into the world spotlight. And Murray has her father, Western Michigan coach Andy Murray, to partially thank for putting her there.

Postgame: Denver Finishes Off Season Sweep Of Bulldogs

Denver rallied from a pair of one goal deficits to finish off its regular season sweep of Minnesota Duluth, winning 4-3 on Saturday at Magness Arena in Denver. The Bulldogs led 2-1 after the first period and 3-2 in the second after sophomore wing Riley Tufte posted his team-leading 13th goal of the season. Denver’s…
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Postgame: Bulldogs Disappear In Second Period, Fall 1-0 At Denver

Minnesota Duluth dropped a 1-0 decision on Friday to Denver at Magness Arena with Pioneers sophomore center Henrik Borgstrom scoring the game’s lone goal 2:35 into the third period. Below are my thumbs up and thumbs down from Friday’s game, plus my three stars of the night. Thumbs down to the Bulldogs second period Friday…
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UMD Men Land Commitment From St. Cloud Cathedral Scorer Jack Smith

The Bulldogs received a verbal commitment on Friday afternoon from St. Cloud Cathedral sophomore forward Jack Smith, who is second on the team in scoring with 43 points through 21 games this season. “I’m very humbled and excited to announce my commitment to play college hockey for the University of Minnesota Duluth,” Smith tweeted. “Thanks…
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Bulldog Insider: Bulldogs, Pioneers Seeing Big Results From Smaller Defensemen

Minnesota Duluth and Denver meet once again in a rematch of the 2017 NCAA championship game and this time around, the battle will take place at the home of the defending national champion Pioneers. Denver swept the Bulldogs earlier this season in Duluth 1-0 and 2-1 in what were two tight defensive games. This week’s…
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Gameday: UMD Women Head Back To St. Cloud For Key Midweek Game

Last week, the Minnesota Duluth men’s hockey team played a mid-week game at Minnesota State-Mankato. Now it’s the women’s turn as they hit the road today for a much shorter trip to St. Cloud State. Puck drop is scheduled for 6:07 p.m. This is actually a re-scheduled conference game after the Jan. 20 contest at…
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Postgame: Huskies Edge Bulldogs In Defensive Battle In Duluth

Minnesota Duluth was unable to finish off a sweep of St. Cloud State on Saturday, falling 2-1 in front of a sellout crowd at Amsoil Arena. The loss snaps a six-game NCHC winning streak for UMD and caps off a stretch of five games in nine games. UMD went 3-2 during that stretch and after…
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Postgame: Bulldogs Show Defiance, Killer Instinct In 5-1 Rout Of St. Cloud State

Minnesota Duluth extended its NCHC winning streak to six games on Friday via a 5-1 victory over St. Cloud State at Amsoil Arena in Duluth. The victory vaulted the Bulldogs into a tie for third in the NCHC and into eighth in the Pairwise rankings (as of midnight). Below are a pair of thumbs up…
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Bulldog Insider: Remembering Former UMD Captain Andrew Carroll

In addition to previewing the Minnesota Duluth men’s and women’s home hockey series this weekend at Amsoil Arena, this week’s Bulldog Insider takes a look at the impact former UMD captain Andrew Carroll had on the Bulldogs program. Carroll died Monday at the age of 32 in Chicago. He holds the distinction of being the only…
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Postgame: Bulldogs Unbeaten Streak Snapped In Mankato

Minnesota Duluth saw its seven game unbeaten streak snapped Tuesday via a 1-0 nonconference loss to Minnesota State-Mankato at Verizon Wireless Center in Mankato. Below are a quick thumbs up and thumbs down from Tuesday’s game, plus my three stars of the night. Thumbs up to Hunter Shepard Bulldogs sophomore goaltender Hunter Shepard made his…
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