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WESTERN COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION

A non-goal in the third period of the UMD men's game Saturday overshadowed all the great goals on and off the ice this weekend by the Bulldogs at Amsoil Arena.
Naomi Rogge and Anna Klein score their third goals of the weekend; Gabbie Hughes posts three assists in the Sophie's Squad Hockey Hits Back game against the Beavers.
Katie Davis, Anna Klein and Naomi Rogge score two goals each to give UMD its third win in three games against Bemidji State.
Minnesota Duluth senior center Gabbie Hughes is not only leading the nation in points per game, she's also leading the way on mental health awareness.

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Laura Bellamy, a Duluth native and Denfeld High School graduate, was honored by the American Hockey Coaches Association with the Assistant Women’s Coach Award for her work on the coaching staffs at Harvard and Minnesota Duluth.
Both coaches remain unsure how many players they'll have available, but they believe they'll have enough cleared from COVID-19 protocols for the NCHC and WCHA series scheduled for Friday and Saturday in Duluth.
Former Bulldog defenseman Jocelyne Larocque will make her third Olympic appearance, while current Bulldog Ashton Bell has made her first Olympic team.
The Twin Ports' college hockey teams felt the brunt of the latest COVID-19 surge thanks to omicron this weekend. Five of the six NCAA Division I and III men's and women's programs in Duluth and Superior had games canceled or postponed between Thursday and Sunday due to healthy and safety protocols.
The NCAA Division I Council approved a proposal Wednesday to expand the NCAA National Collegiate Women's Hockey Championship Tournament to 11 teams.

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Seniors Gabbie Hughes, Kobe Roth and Jesse Jacques put up big points in Bulldogs wins, however, both programs would have liked to go into the holiday break off sweeps against key league opponents.
Minnesota Duluth and Minnesota meet in WCHA play on Friday and Saturday at Ridder Arena, where Bulldogs center Gabbie Hughes has had plenty of offensive success during her college career.
The Bulldogs continue WCHA play next weekend against Minnesota at Ridder Arena in Minneapolis before taking a two-week holiday break.

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