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Union College Dutchmen, 2014 NCAA Frozen Four Champions
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Union Beats Minnesota For First Frozen Four Title

Union College won its first NCAA hockey title Saturday night, scoring three times in a 1:54 span in the first period in a 7-4 victory over Minnesota on Saturday night.

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Justin Holl and Seth Ambroz, Minnesota Golden Gophers vs North Dakota, 2014 NCAA Frozen Four Semifinals
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Last-Second Goal Sends Minnesota Past UND And Into The National Championship Game

Justin Holl scored a short-handed goal with 0.6 seconds left to give Minnesota a 2-1 victory over North Dakota on Thursday night in the NCAA hockey semifinals.

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Shannon MacAulay, Clarkson Golden Knights scores the winning goal against Amanda Leveille, Minnesota Golden Gophers, 2014 NCAA Women's Ice Hockey Championship
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No Three-Peat: Clarkson Upsets Gophers For NCAA Hockey Championship

Clarkson ended Minnesota’s two-year run as NCAA women’s hockey champions.

Shannon MacAulay scored on a breakaway with 4:16 left in the third to help give Clarkson a 5-4 victory on Sunday.

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Eric Hartzell, Pittsburgh Penguins
Sioux Falls Stampede

Eric Hartzell Signs With Penguins

Former Sioux Falls Stampede goaltender Eric Hartzell signed a one-year entry-level contract with the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday.

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Eric Hartzell, Quinnipiac vs St. Cloud State, NCAA Froxzen Four Semifinals, 04-11-2013
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Quinnipiac Crushes St. Cloud State 4-1

Quinnipiac jumped to an early lead and cruised past St. Cloud State 4-1 on Thursday in the NCAA hockey semifinals. Former Sioux Falls Stampede netminder and Hobey Baker finalist Eric Hartzell stopped 32 shots for the Bobcats.

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Chad Ruhwedel, UMass-Lowell River Hawks
Sioux Falls Stampede

Hartzell, Ruhwedel Named To All-College Hockey News First Team

Former Sioux Falls Stampede players Eric Hartzell and Chad Ruhwedel have been named to the All-College Hockey News First Team after record setting seasons that have both players in the NCAA Frozen Four.

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Minnesota Golden Gophers, 2013 National Champions, Ridder Arena, Minneapolis 03-24-2013
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Gophers Get Perfect Season With NCAA Women’s Title

This wasn’t just another title game. Minnesota had the sport’s first perfect season in sight. Amanda Kessel scored twice, and the Gophers beat Boston University 6-3 on Sunday to become the first undefeated team in the 13-year history of NCAA women’s hockey, and run their winning streak to 49 straight games.

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Sarah Davis, University of Minnesota Golden Gophers
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Gopher Women To Face Boston U For Title

The Minnesota Golden Gophers only need one more victory to become the first team in women's college hockey to finish with a perfect record. The Gophers play Boston University Sunday for the national championship, taking a 48-game winning streak onto their home ice at Ridder Arena.

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Minnesota Golden Gophers vs North Dakota, NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals, Ridder Arena, 03-16-2013 (3)
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Minnesota Beats North Dakota In NCAA Quarterfinals

Minnesota’s Rachael Bona scored with 1:09 left in the third overtime to give the Golden Gophers a 3-2 win over North Dakota in the NCAA women’s hockey quarterfinals. Saturday’s win extended Minnesota’s winning streak to an NCAA-record 47 games.

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