Postgame: Diversity Is Not An Old, Old Wooden Ship, It’s How The Bulldogs Swept The Broncos This Weekend

Minnesota Duluth finished off its sweep of Western Michigan with a 6-1 victory in NCHC play Saturday night at Lawson Ice Arena in Kalamazoo, Mich. The victory combined with Nebraska-Omaha losing in 3-on-3 overtime to Colorado College means the Bulldogs have clinched home ice for the first round of the NCHC playoffs. Below are my…
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Saturday Olympic Digest: Raymond, Canadians Finish With A Bronze Medal

Former Minnesota Duluth forward Mason Raymond, who was at UMD for two seasons between 2005-07, became the ninth Bulldogs player or coach to win an Olympic medal in Pyeongchang on Saturday when Canada defeated the Czech Republic 6-4 in the bronze medal game of the men’s hockey tournament. Raymond, who had no points Saturday to…
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Postgame: Bulldogs Move Closer To Home Ice With 8-0 Beat Down Of Western Michigan

Third-place Minnesota Duluth is on the verge of locking up home ice in the NCHC playoffs after an 8-0 beat down of Western Michigan on Friday at Lawson Ice Arena in Kalamazoo, Mich. Based on some quick math, the Bulldogs can clinch a home first round NCHC playoff series with a win Saturday at Western…
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Bulldog Insider: UMD Women Begin Postseason Play While Men Travel To Western

Yesterday was an exciting day for Bulldog hockey with Maddie Rooney and Sidney Morin winning gold medals with the U.S. Olympic women’s hockey team, but let’s not forget about the Bulldogs back here stateside. The UMD women begin postseason play at 2 p.m. today at Amsoil Arena taking on Bemidji State in Game 1 of…
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Friday Olympic Digest: Raymond, Canada Stunned By Germany In Semifinals

While the U.S. women continued their gold medal celebration, the 2018 Olympic men’s hockey tournament continued Friday in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Here’s a look back at the action and what’s ahead for the lone former Bulldog taking part. Friday’s Result Men’s semifinal: Germany 4, Canada 3: Nope, that’s not a typo. I’m serious. Click here for…
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Thursday Olympic Digest: Rooney Backstops USA To First Gold Medal Since 1998

When Minnesota Duluth drops the puck on the 2018-19 season, the Bulldogs women’s hockey program will have an Olympic gold medalist in net. Maddie Rooney, who will be a junior when she rejoins the squad in the fall, made 29 saves in regulation and overtime, plus four stops in a shootout to backstop the United…
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Wednesday Olympic Digest: Canada, USA Women Go For Gold Tonight

The 2018 Olympic hockey tournaments continued Wednesday in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Here’s a look back at the action and what’s ahead Thursday for former Bulldogs taking part. Wednesday’s Results Women: Finland 3, OAR 2: She was a scratch in every game, but the one-semester Bulldog goalie Eveliina Suonpaa will get a bronze medal after Finland…
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DNT: Shepard Chasing History, Stabilizing Bulldogs In Goal

Minnesota Duluth coach Scott Sandelin is running out of ways to praise his goaltender, sophomore Hunter Shepard. The Cohasset native has been consistent. He’s confident. He’s seeing the puck well. He’s controlling rebounds. What more can the coach say?

Tuesday Olympic Digest: Lindh Picks Up First Point, Stalder Finshes With Six In Pyeongchang

The 2018 Olympic hockey tournaments continued Tuesday in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Here’s a look back at the action on and what’s ahead Wednesday for former Bulldogs taking part. Tuesday’s Results Women: Sweden 6, Korea 1: Maria Lindh picked up her first point of the Olympics, an assist, as Sweden beat the Korean unified team in…
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Monday Olympic Digest: Rooney Backstops USA To Gold Medal Game Against Canada

The 2018 Olympic hockey tournaments continued Monday in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Here’s a look back at the action on Monday and what’s ahead Tuesday for former Bulldogs taking part. Monday’s Results Women’s semifinal: USA 5, Finland 0: Maddie Rooney stopped all 14 shots she faced for a shutout in her third start of these Olympics.…
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