Gov. Mark Dayton is honoring the NCAA champion University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs men’s hockey team.
J.T. Brown had a goal and an assist to lead Minnesota Duluth to a 4-3 victory over Notre Dame in the semifinals of the Frozen Four on Thursday, propelling the Bulldogs to their second national title game in school history.
Minnesota Duluth has proven its ability to persevere while reaching its first Frozen Four since 2004.
Shea Walters scored a power play goal for Bemidji State in overtime as the Beavers beat Minnesota Duluth to win the opening game of the WCHA Final Five 3-2.
Mike Connolly scored 1:13 into the third overtime to give Minnesota Duluth a 3-2 win over St. Cloud State and a sweep of their Western Collegiate Hockey Association playoff series.
St. Cloud State scored three times in 3:30 between the first and second periods and beat Minnesota Duluth 8-2 Friday. The loss knocks the Bulldogs from a share of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association lead.
Wisconsin jumped out to a three-goal lead and survived two late goals to beat Minnesota-Duluth 3-2 on Saturday.
Brad Malone had two goals and Aaron Dell made 35 saves as North Dakota routed Minnesota-Duluth 5-0 Thurday in the first game for the Bulldogs in their new home, the $80-million AMSOIL Arena.
DULUTH, Minn. (AP) – Justin Faulk had two goals to lead Minnesota-Duluth to a 4-2 win over Michigan Tech Saturday in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. Jack Connolly and Dylan Olson had three assists apiece […]