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THE RINK LIVE

The back up to Swedish Olympian Emma Soderberg looks to build off her first two stellar starts this weekend when the Bulldogs host Minnesota State as Amsoil Arena.
Minnesota Duluth's league-worst power play will take on the top three power plays in the NCHC over the next three weeks, starting this weekend against Western Michigan at Amsoil Arena.
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NCHC games have been rescheduled after series was postponed in January due to COVID-19 protocols
Minnesota Duluth senior center Gabbie Hughes has been bringing awareness to mental health issues facing youth and college athletes this season with her work on Sophie's Squad. Redshirt senior goaltender Ben Patt captained a Movember campaign this fall that raised over $11,000 for men's health issues, including one that is impacting a teammate this season.
The Bulldogs men's program is still searching for its first NCHC sweep halfway through its league schedule. Meanwhile, the women have quickly found a more-than-suitable replacement for Olympian Emma Soderberg while she is in Beijing.
Bulldogs power play goes 1-for-7, with Noah Cates scoring the lone goal on a major power play in the third period.
Each media timeout was extended as Mankato high school players and others shoveled off the sheet as best they could. By the third period, the piles got more and more difficult for them to push. Pucks cut through the snow, creating wakes behind them.
UMD sophomore goaltender Jojo Chobak followed her 27-save shutout win on Friday with 38 saves on Saturday as she takes over the Bulldogs net from Olympian Emma Soderberg.

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Blake Biondi, the Hermantown native, along with linemates Quinn Olson and Dominic James, scored two first period goals to jump start the Bulldogs on Friday at Nebraska Omaha. The penalty kill took over from there to put UMD in position to sweep the series Saturday at Baxter Arena.
With Emma Soderberg off to join Team Sweden at the Olympics, Jojo Chobak picked up her first shutout in her first start for a 1-0 UMD victory over Ohio State.
Junior wing Quinn Olson, a 2019 third-round pick of the Boston Bruins, is making a major impact on the Bulldogs this season, providing leadership to the one of the team's top lines.

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