University Of Minnesota-Duluth
In a Duluth hotel room, Kris McNeil and Zach Chase spread out the maps and gear on their beds. From dried foods and a first aid kit, to a book on speaking French, all are crucial items to guide them the next three months.
Minnesota-Duluth center Jack Connolly won the Hobey Baker Award on Friday night as the top college hockey player.
A trip to Worcester resulted into another spot in the Frozen Four for top-seeded Boston College.
North Dakota has returned to the Xcel Energy Center ice for more tournament action. Minnesota will be there, too, trying to get that ticket to the Frozen Four instead.
Dozens of people have signed an online pledge against abusive or racial chants during University of Minnesota Duluth sporting events.
Authorities say no foul play is suspected in the death of student on the University of Minnesota Duluth campus.
The video was posted by Youth for Western Civilization, a group with chapters on nine college campuses that opposes multi-culturalism and affirmative action.
The Grand Forks Herald is reporting five schools will leave the Western Collegiate Hockey Association in two years to form a new conference.
Efforts are under way to revive a century-old and long-forgotten orchard near Duluth that holds unique varieties of apples bred for the Northland’s short and unforgiving growing seasons.
Do you want to talk about successful runs? How about coaching a football team to a national title and then overseeing a team that wins a national title in hockey?
The Frozen Four is in St. Paul this week and one interested observer is Ted Brown, who played for the Minnesota Vikings between 1979 and 1986.
Minnesota Duluth has proven its ability to persevere while reaching its first Frozen Four since 2004.
Minnesota-Duluth scored twice in a span of two minutes in the first period and went on to beat Michigan Tech 3-0 Saturday for a sweep of their Western Collegiate Hockey Association series.
Authorities are beefing up security for this weekend’s college hockey series in Grand Forks between rivals North Dakota and Minnesota.
Jacob Cepis scored early in the third period and Kent Patterson made 41 saves as Minnesota earned a 2-2 Western Collegiate Hockey Association tie with No. 2 Minnesota-Duluth on Sunday.