Minnesota Golden Gophers

ECHL: Heartlanders re-sign Durflinger, Welcome Minnesotan Duo

The Iowa Heartlanders have re-signed Forward Jake Durflinger and welcomed in defensemen Robbie Stucker and Ben Brinkman to Coralville.

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Logan Cooley skating for the University of Minnesota

Logan Cooley returns to the University of Minnesota

Logan Cooley has made his decision to return to the NCAA. What’s next for both him and the Coyotes? Logan Cooley Cooley’s return to Minnesota likely sets him up as the favorite to win the Hobey Baker this upcoming season after being edged out of it by Adam Fantilli for that prestigious award this season. […]

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2023 Frozen Four Preview: College Hockey Chaos Descends on Tampa Bay

The 2023 NCAA Men’s Frozen Four will take place this week/weekend at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida, home of the National Hockey League’s Tampa Bay Lightning. If you aren’t lucky enough to be attending the games in the Sunshine State, don’t worry, you will be able to catch all the frantic action on ESPN2, and […]

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Winnipeg Jets Prospect to Play in the Frozen Four

Rutger McGroarty, Winnipeg Jets 2022 first-round pick (14th overall), will play in the 2023 Men’s Division I Frozen Four when it gets underway on Thursday, April 6, 2023, at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida. The first game of the 2023 Frozen Four will see Boston University play Minnesota at 5 pm ET. McGroarty, a 6’1”, […]

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Logan Cooley: The Savior Of The Arizona Coyotes

When Jeremy Roenick signed with the Philadelphia Flyers on the second day of free agency on July 2nd, 2001, the then Phoenix Coyotes lost the only true number-one center they had in franchise history. Since 2001, the Coyotes have tried all sorts of band-aid attempts to plug the giant hole in their lineup. Some worked […]

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Brodt-Brown with the Isobel Cup in a black Whitecaps jersey

Career Review: Winny-Brodt Brown Retires

After a very long career, Winny Brodt-Brown is retiring. The Minnesota Hockey icon has been playing since 1995, setting records and redefining what it means to be a women’s hockey player. Brodt-Brown’s hockey career started at Roseville Area High School. In her senior season (1995-96), she led through an undefeated season to the Minnesota state […]

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