Minnesota Duluth

NCAA Regional

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NCAA Regional
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Minnesota Duluth
   Fri 03/27/15    4:30 PM
   Verizon Center, NH
   Stream:  Watch ESPN
   Radio:  1500am

BigTen Standings
  Michigan State
  Penn State
  Ohio State

Minnesota 1  
Minnesota Duluth 4
Final   NCAA Regional
Yale 2  
Boston University 3
Final OT   NCAA Regional

Gophers Hang Another Banner

Detroit, Mich. -- Seth Ambroz, Travis Boyd, Christian Isackson, Ben Marshall, Kyle Rau, and Sam Warning accomplished something that no previous Gopher class had ever done by winning a fourth consecutive regular season title last weekend. This weekend they accomplished something they had never done.

Minnesota (23-12-3 overall) defeated Michigan (22-15-0) 4-2 at Joe Louis Arena in front of 6,355 at Joe Louis Arena to secure an NCAA Tournament bid as an auto qualifier and win their class’ first tournament title and the program’s first ever Big Ten tournament title.

“That’s always the goal when ...

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Gophers Beat Buckeyes 3-0 in B1G Semifinal

Wilcox Shuts Out Ohio State, Minnesota Advances to B1G Final

Detroit, MI – “Wallcox” is back.

The Gopher goaltender and 2013-2014 B1G player of the year struggled mightily thoughout this season, but Wilcox was his old self Friday afternoon, shutting out the Ohio State Buckeyes (14-19-3) and helping Minnesota advance to the B1G Conference Championship game.

The Gophers (22-12-3) earned two early powerplay chances in the first seven minutes of the game, but didn’t scare the Ohio State defense. In fact, the first Minnesota shot on goal came so...

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Senior Class Hangs Fourth Conference Title Banner

Minneapolis, Minn. – The Gophers took the ice Saturday night knowing a win over the Nittany Lions would give them an outright Big Ten Title, and a tie meant they’d share the title with Michigan State. Meanwhile, Don Lucia knew that while a banner would be nice, a win was essential towards his team playing past next weekend.

Minnesota (21-12-3, 12-5-3-0) overcame some early jitters and rolled past Penn State (18-14-4, 10-9-1-0) with four second period goals for 6-2 win and their fourth consecutive conference title in front of 10,178 at Mariucci Arena.

“It was great we won the Big Ten, but we...

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