Saint Cloud State doesn’t have to dream about the season’s final weekend anymore.
Andrew MacWilliams and Danny Kristo scored in a 57-second span early in the third period in North Dakota 2-1 comeback victory over Niagara on Friday in the NCAA West Regional semifinals.
They’ve been called arguably the best women’s college hockey team ever. This past weekend, the undefeated Gopher women’s hockey team won their 49 consecutive game as well the national championship – but it wasn’t shown on television.
Jenelle Kohanchuk and the streaking Boston University set up a championship showdown with undefeated Minnesota in the NCAA Women’s Frozen Four.
Sarah Davis scored 1:39 into overtime and Minnesota beat Boston College 3-2 Friday in the semifinals of the NCAA Women’s Frozen Four.
The NCAA women’s hockey tournament is down to the final four teams, and Minnesota’s record 47-game winning streak is still alive.
One of many keys to the Gopher hockey team’s run to the Frozen Four has been the production of Eric Haula.
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler has sent an email to students reminding them of a “zero tolerance” policy toward disruptive behavior and property damage, a warning to keep the celebration clean in case the Gophers win the NCAA hockey championship this weekend.
There’s rarely been a hockey team that went far in a playoff run without great goaltending, and that includes the Gopher’s run to the Frozen Four with Kent Patterson.
University of Minnesota officials are hoping that the Gopher hockey team has success in the Frozen Four, and calm on campus.
When talking Gopher rivals at the University of Minnesota campus, Wisconsin and Iowa top the list.
That may not seem like a long drought for newcomers Ferris State and Union. But it’s a lifetime by the lofty standards held at one of the most prestigious hockey programs in the country.
A trip to Worcester resulted into another spot in the Frozen Four for top-seeded Boston College.
There were plenty of cheers for the Gophers women’s hockey team, as they beat the defending champion Wisconsin Badgers Sunday to come out on top of the Women’s Frozen Four.
Ben Winnett’s first-period goal gave defensive-minded Michigan an early edge and Shawn Hunwick made 40 saves for his fourth shutout this season, leading Michigan to a 2-0 victory over North Dakota on Thursday night in the NCAA semifinals.