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Gameday Final: DU 4, UND 1

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: Root Sports Rocky Mountain. DirecTV 683, Dish Network 5414. The game is NOT on NCHC.tv. Lineup notes: Paul LaDue is out (undisclosed injury, not believed to be longterm). Hayden Shaw is in. Chris Wilkie is in for Trevor Olson. Full lines and live chat are below. First period Denver 1, UND 0 — Dylan Gambrell…
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DENVER, CO - February 12: Denver Pioneers forward Troy Terry #19 and North Dakota Fighting Hawks forward Rhett Gardner #22 battle along the boards in the first period at Magness Arena February 12, 2016. (Photo by Andy Cross/The Denver Post)

Friday Night Rewind

DENVER — Well, that was one tremendous college hockey game. On Friday night, we saw two very, very talented lines go blow-for-blow with each other until Denver survived an onslaught in the final minute, tallied an empty-net goal with 2.6 seconds to go and escaped with a 6-4 victory.     I think everyone watching agreed…
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Gameday Final: Denver 6, UND 4

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: CBS Sports Network (GF Ch. 314/635 HD), DirecTV and Dish Network. There is NO webcast. Audio on 96.1 The Fox, iHeartRadio. Lineup notes: Wilkie, Shaw and Sanderson are scratched. Full lines and live chat are below. First period UND 1, Denver 0 — Christian Wolanin (Johnny Simonson) 5:39. Simonson enters the zone on…
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Friday Morning Reading

DENVER — UND didn’t have to face a potent top line against Western Michigan. That wasn’t the Broncos’ MO. But the two opponents prior to that — Colorado College and Nebraska Omaha — both were carried offensively by potent top lines. UND knew exactly that going into both series, yet those top lines burned them…
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Tanja Eisenschmid, a member of the University of North Dakota women's hockey team, is a member of the German Olympic hockey team.JOHN STENNES/GRAND FORKS HERALD

Rud Elevates St. Cloud State

The St. Cloud State women’s hockey team fell upon hard times. After posting a winning season in 2009-10 and finishing in the top half of the WCHA, the bottom fell out. St. Cloud State’s WCHA record the next four years: 1-26-1 (eighth), 4-24 (seventh), 5-21-2 (seventh), 3-21-4 (eighth), 5-22-1 (seventh). But in his second year…
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