STAFF BLOG UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA HOCKEY Kristo, Oshie win bronze
UND's Danny Kristo and T.J. Oshie have a bronze medal from the World Championships.
Team USA defeated Team Finland in a shootout Sunday morning to give the Americans their first medal at the World Ch... Posted on 5/20/13 at 3:11 PM
UND NEWS World-class athletes, first-class students
Lamoureux Twins excel on the ice and in the UND classroom
With no professional contracts being signed and not being able to make a living by playing professional hockey upon graduation, University ... Posted on 4/30/13 at 1:44 PM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY Why is an NDSU student writing blog about Fighting Sioux hockey?
To be fair NDSU junior Bri Gefroh's blog isn't just about The Fighting Sioux, it's about hockey as a whole. And more accurately her love of the sport. She writes:
"For the Love of Hockey is a female-... Posted on 3/19/13 at 4:04 PM
THE NEW FORTY Thank you Summit, South Dakota!
In the midst of blizzard conditions, it is still mighty warm and cozy in Summit, South Dakota. In true Midwest form, community members in Summit rose to the occasion when student fans of UND's hockey ... Posted on 2/10/13 at 6:52 PM
NASCAR DAD UND Hockey: Matt Frattin ?
Matt had a great weekend. How about the hit and 5 min penalty ? Too much ? Will he get additional penalty ?... Posted on 3/15/10 at 2:33 PM
ST. PAUL, Minn. — There are a number of reasons the University of North Dakota men’s hockey team has made a charge in the postseason the past few seasons, but the discussion might want to start with an Aaron Dell statistic.
GRAND FORKS — This is the time of the year when a Gopher will take on a Terrier, a Greyhound can get beat by an inanimate object like a Buckeye and there are more Lions, Tigers and Wildcats loose than any local zoo would know what to do with.
As the University of North Dakota’s Fighting Sioux hockey team heads back to St. Paul for the NCAA tournament this weekend, two extra “referees” will be watching: the NCAA itself, which has banned the beleaguered nickname and logo from tournament play, and the state of North Dakota, which by law requires that the team be known as the Fighting Sioux.
GRAND FORKS — Mario Lamoureux skated off the ice slowly, glanced around the rink and tried to let everything soak in. Finally, the senior captain and Grand Forks native concluded: This is a good way to leave Ralph Engelstad Arena.
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