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North Dakota 4, Minnesota Duluth 1 Despite being without starting goaltender Adam Scheel, without senior center Nick Jones, without second-round draft pick Grant Mismash, and with a netminder who hadn’t played a regular-season game since November, North Dakota beat Minnesota Duluth for the second time this season. Read more from Grand Forks here .
WADENA, Minn. — When Max Phillips first laced up a pair of hockey skates, he hated it. But watching his older brother, Dylan, the game continued to draw him back to the ice. Click here to keep reading the story on The Rink Live.
Bemidji State 3, Northern Michigan 0 Adam Brady’s first-period goal stood as the game-winner with the Beavers going on to clinch their second straight five-point weekend through an all-around dominant win over Northern Michigan. Read more here. Minnesota 4, Ohio State 3
Minnesota Duluth 5, Denver 2 Denver scored less than three minutes in, but the second-place Bulldogs responded with four straight goals to open up a nine-point lead on the Pioneers, who are tied with North Dakota for for the final home-ice playoff spot in the NCHC in fourth place. Read the full story here. North Dakota 5, Western Michigan 1
Two residents from Fergus Falls, Minn., who helped expose a false story about “Trump worship” in the German newspaper Der Spiegel will be visiting UND’s campus Friday to discuss what they learned about the stereotypes that many international and urban American readers have about "small town" United States. In 2017, the German newspaper published a story written by Claas Relotius about the small Minnesota city. The piece painted the town as racist and had residents who blindly supported President Donald Trump.
No. 6 Minnesota State 3, Michigan Tech 2 (OT) For the second night in a row, the Minnesota State men’s hockey team needed a late goal to tie Michigan Tech and force overtime. On Saturday, though, the sixth-ranked Mavericks didn’t have to settle for a tie. Defenseman Connor Mackey’s goal at 1:45 of overtime gave Minnesota State a 3-2 WCHA victory as well as the championship of the Huskies’ Winter Carnival series. Read more here .