UMD men's hockey: Bulldogs will make up series at St. Cloud State on two Tuesdays in February
NCHC games have been rescheduled after series was postponed in January due to COVID-19 protocols
ST. CLOUD, Minn. — The NCHC series between the Minnesota Duluth and St. Cloud State men's hockey teams has been rescheduled for two Tuesday nights in February.
The Huskies and Bulldogs will play on Feb. 8 and Feb. 22 at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center. Both games are scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. (NCHC.tv).
The original series between the teams was scheduled for Jan. 7-8 in St. Cloud, but had to be postponed due to COVID-19 protocols within the UMD program.
All previously postponed NCHC games have been rescheduled.
The two teams have not met yet this season, but played one another seven times last season with St. Cloud State winning the series 5-2. With the new rescheduled games, the Huskies and Bulldogs will meet four times in a span of 19 days.
Here is how the remaining schedules look for St. Cloud State and UMD:
Jan. 28-29 — at North Dakota
Feb. 4-5 — at Denver
Feb. 8 — vs. Minnesota Duluth
Feb. 11-12 — vs. Western Michigan
Feb. 18-19 — at Nebraska Omaha
Feb. 22 — vs. Minnesota Duluth
Feb. 25-26 — vs. Colorado College
March 4-5 — at Minnesota Duluth
Jan. 28-29 — vs. Western Michigan
Feb. 8 — at St. Cloud State
Feb. 11-12 — at Denver
Feb. 18-19 — vs. North Dakota
Feb. 22 — at St. Cloud State
Feb. 25-26 — at Miami
March 4-5 — vs. St. Cloud State