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Women's hockey: Two ex-UMD players drafted

Two former Minnesota Duluth players were selected in the Canadian Women's Hockey League draft Sunday. Goaltender Jessica Convery, who played one season (2017-18) for the Bulldogs after transferring from Mercyhurst, was taken by Worcester with the...

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Two former Minnesota Duluth players were selected in the Canadian Women's Hockey League draft Sunday.

Goaltender Jessica Convery, who played one season (2017-18) for the Bulldogs after transferring from Mercyhurst, was taken by Worcester with the 19th overall pick to open the fourth round. Convery had a 2.23 goals-against average and .920 save percentage in her lone season at UMD.

Daoust was chosen by Les Canadiennes de Montreal in the fifth round with the 28th overall pick. She had 13 points and a team-best 67 blocked shots as a UMD senior in the 2017-18 season.

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