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Union defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere (14) makes a save against Minnesota during the first period of the Frozen Four championship game Saturday night in Philadelphia. Eric Hartline | USA Today Sports

COLLEGE HOCKEY: More perfect, Union: Dutchmen top Gophers in national championship

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PHILADELPHIA —Union (N.Y.) College, with an enrollment of just 2,200, captured its first NCAA men’s ice hockey championship, defeating perennial powerhouse Minnesota 7-4 before 18,742 at Wells Fargo Center on Saturday.

It was the first time any Union team had played for an NCAA title since the 1929 men’s lacrosse championship.

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