IT'S SIMPLY GRAND! Putting the excitement on ice
Have you experienced the excitement of live NCAA Division I hockey yet this season? If not, there are plenty of chances to see all the action up close.
Under the expert direction of head coach Brian I... Posted on 10/12/11 at 11:32 AM
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As he’s done everywhere in his career, T.J. Oshie wasted little time becoming a major fan favorite in St. Louis. His name became a verb, fans campaigned to vote him mayor of nearby O’Fallon, Mo., and he was a landslide winner in fan voting for the most popular player on the team.
Ryan Duncan played in Ralph Engelstad Arena for the final time in his remarkable career Saturday night. He left the perfect lasting memory.
First, Duncan scored two goals and added an assist to lead UND to a 4-3 win over Michigan Tech, clinching the first-round Western Collegiate Hockey Association series and a spot at next week’s Final Five.
Then, the senior captain accepted the MacNaughton Cup from league commissioner Bruce McLeod in front of a roaring, sold out Ralph Engelstad Arena.
UND won the MacNaughton Cup on Friday night as Western Collegiate Hockey Association regular-season champion.
Behind 22 saves from Brad Eidsness, UND defeated Wisconsin 2-1 to clinch the regular-season title in Madison.
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