If the Minnesota Duluth men’s hockey players need any inspiration in how finding a late-season change in momentum can turn around a season, they need look no further than recent years in the NFL.RELATED CONTENT
Before the Winter Olympics, Lara Stalder says nobody recognized her while walking through hallways at Minnesota Duluth.RELATED CONTENT
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
Faced with replacing starting defensemen Tea Villila and Lara Stalder during the course of the Winter Olympics, Minnesota Duluth women’s hockey coach Shannon Miller opted to move a forward back to the blue line in order to relieve a depth problem.RELATED CONTENT
The names Johnson and Toninato are listed on rosters during the heyday of Minnesota Duluth’s hockey program in the mid-1980s.RELATED CONTENT
Here’s a heads-up, Duluth: There’s an honest-to-goodness sports dynasty right in your own backyard.
Fans stuck in long lines Saturday night missed seeing the reason for a potential rebirth of the program’s rise to power.RELATED CONTENT
When Diane Tessier and Chris Waltman died in an automobile accident in June 1973, it cut short the lives of two vibrant19-year-olds. But their memories have lived on the past 35 years thanks to a softball tournament in their names.
As with other minor-league teams based in the Twin Ports, the Duluth Huskies have found drawing big crowds a tough sell during their five years in the Northwoods League.
Barry Bonds’ pursuit of Hank Aaron’s career home run record easily qualifies as one of the top 10 media-hyped sports records of all time. But when Bonds hit No. 756 to pass Aaron and eventually finishes his career with x-number of homers, it won’t rank among the top 10 unbreakable sports records of all time
In recent weeks, I’ve helped out my youngest son’sT-ball coach on game days.
There were 7,283 runners at the starting line of Grandma’s Marathon on Saturday, and probably just as many reasons for running the race.
When John Rudolph talks about the Duluth East baseball team being like family, it’s not just a tired sports cliché. He means it.
Three public high schools. One slated for closure. A city divided on a resolution.
Darin Miller had problems with one aspect of being home-schooled.