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  • UND headed to Frozen Four again

    FARGO — UND is headed back to the Frozen Four for the second straight year and the seventh time in 11 years. It will take on Boston University on April 9 in the Garden. It is expected to be the … Continue reading →
    3 hours ago / University of North Dakota Hockey
  • Back To The Garden

    Late Rodrigues goal sends BU to Frozen Four From the outset this game was a war. There was never a dull moment, regardless of who you were rooting for. This game had everything from big hits, timely saves and clutch goals. Minnesota D
    4 hours ago / The Bu Hockey blog
  • After allowing opening goal, McIntyre stays the course for North Dakota

    The UND goaltender improved to 5-1 with a 1.26 GAA and .957 save percentage in NCAA tournament games. Possibly related: After turning the page, North Dakota back to a familiar style and result North Dakota’s McIntyre the lone unanimous p
    4 hours ago / Blogs @ USCHO.com
  • Omaha appreciates first NCAA tournament win but isn’t satisfied

    The Mavericks beat Harvard in the Midwest Regional semifinals to improve to 1-2 in the tournament. Possibly related: Blais extended at Nebraska-Omaha through 2017-18 Nebraska-Omaha coach Blais, defenseman Megna suspended three games for NC
    5 hours ago / Blogs @ USCHO.com
  • Thompson’s hat trick helps Devils complete road sweep

    Paul Thompson scored his second hat trick of the season and Scott Clemmensen made 37 saves as the Albany Devils defeated the Norfolk Admirals 3-1 tonight to complete a sweep of their two-game series in Norfolk. Thompson, who had four goals
    5 hours ago / Hockey Spoken Here
  • Miami comes painfully close to completing miracle comeback against Providence

    The RedHawks scored three times with an extra attacker in the final 8:34 and had a chance to tie late. Possibly related: A quick look at the East Regional, where Miami is the top seed Close to league titles last season, Providence has nucl
    6 hours ago / Blogs @ USCHO.com
  • In ‘heavyweight fight,’ Boston University comes up with a late knockout

    The Terriers did what they do best -- win the third period -- to advance to the Frozen Four. Possibly related: Best offense beats best defense, but Boston University’s advantage is slim A quick look at the Northeast Regional, where Bosto
    7 hours ago / Blogs @ USCHO.com

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