Ohio State came to Amsoil Arena a year ago and accomplished what no other Western Collegiate Hockey Association women’s team had done against Minnesota Duluth: win a first-round playoff series.RELATED CONTENT
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Duluth East goaltender Gunnar Howg had a good vantage point of Avery Peterson’s wicked slap shot as it cruised past him. The Grand Rapids senior sharpshooter ripped a shot from the left wing early in Saturday’s Section 7AA high school boys hockey semifinal to give his team the lead. But East scored twice soon after and shut down Peterson the rest of the way in a 5-2 victory at Amsoil Arena that put the top-seeded Greyhounds one win from their sixth consecutive trip to the Minnesota Class AA state tournament.RELATED CONTENT
The Spencer Penrose Memorial Cup made a visit to Amsoil Arena this weekend. The trophy, awarded to the National Collegiate Hockey Conference regular-season champion, is making a tour of all the conference home sites. After North Dakota’s 6-2 victory over Minnesota Duluth tonight, it’s undoubtedly the last time that the trophy will show up in Duluth this season.
The Spencer Penrose Memorial Cup, awarded to the NCHC regular-season champion, made a visit to Amsoil Arena this weekend. After North Dakota’s 6-2 victory over Minnesota Duluth tonight, it’s undoubtedly the last time that the trophy will show up in Duluth this season.RELATED CONTENT
Duluth East beat Grand Rapids in Saturday's Section 7AA high school boys hockey semifinal at Amsoil Arena to put the top-seeded Greyhounds one win from their sixth consecutive trip to the Minnesota Class AA state tournament.RELATED CONTENT
A definite trend exists in Dave Hakstol’s 10 seasons behind the North Dakota bench. North Dakota has posted a better record in the second half of the season in nine of those 10 years, and this season has been one of the starkest examples. The Grand Forks-based program continued that trend Friday night with a 3-0 shutout over Minnesota Duluth before an announced crowd of 6,762 fans at Amsoil Arena.RELATED CONTENT
Granted, this might be a bad time to consider the idea of altering the Minnesota high school boys hockey state tournament.RELATED CONTENT
Perusing the Minnesota Duluth women’s hockey roster is a little like paging through a Fodor’s travel guide.
John Mayasich doesn’t have far to look to bring back memories of playing outdoor hockey.
The New York Giants’ upset of the Green Bay Packers on Sunday has ensured some peace of mind for Minnesota Vikings fans the next couple of weeks.
Bob Nielson recently reinstalled himself as Minnesota Duluth football coach.
Early last week, Minnesota Duluth senior Eric Atkinson’s NCAA hopes came crashing to Earth, literally. Days later, the UMD volleyball team’s NCAA title hopes also hit the ground with a thud.RELATED CONTENT
For the past nine years, members of the News Tribune sports staff have been listening to one of our own reverently discuss his high school alma mater’s football team and the unending success of the program.
Though it shares her surname, the Gangelhoff Center in St. Paul is the last place Katie Gangelhoff wants to see again this year.
Though it wasn’t front-page news, the high school sports community in the Twin Ports lost a key figure last week when Duluth East softball coach Stan Karich resigned.
It’s appropriate that a track encircles Griggs Field because Minnesota Duluth football games, along with nearly every other college football game, have become track meets these days.RELATED CONTENT