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Getting outshot 13-2 in the overtime period, UMass junior wing Garrett Wait scored the game-winning goal to keep the Bulldogs from a historic fourth-straight NCAA championship game appearance.
Bulldogs unable to overcome an “incredibly undisciplined” stint late in the second period of series finale.
Puck drop scheduled for Dec. 1, with the league's eight members playing 10 games each in three weeks before returning home.
Five minutes of 5-on-5 eliminated; shootouts will only be used in conference play, regular-season tournaments.

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The NCAA only permits college teams to have two full-time assistant coaches on staff, but many in the NCHC would like a third assistant to be permitted in the name of player safety.
While the players they coach take the summer off to recharge, NCAA Division I men's hockey assistant coaches are at camps and clinics in search of players. They miss time with their team in-season to watch junior games and Midget tournaments.
While professional coaches may grind non-stop in the season, NCAA Division I men's hockey assistants must balance their roles as coaches and scouts, and their season doesn't end when the games do.
Minnesota Duluth junior defenseman joins Tom Kurvers, Bill Watson, Chris Marinucci, Junior Lessard and Jack Connolly after helping transform the reputation of the UMD program as more than just a producer of Hobey winners, but national championships
Two wins in Kalamazoo, Mich. this weekend against the Broncos would clinch a league quarterfinal series March 13-15 at Amsoil Arena.
The Cohasset native could tie and break the NCAA record for consecutive starts by a goaltender this weekend when Minnesota Duluth hosts North Dakota at Amsoil Arena

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DULUTH — Freshman forward Brandon Puricelli is no longer with the Minnesota Duluth men’s hockey program after a violation of team rules, an athletic department official confirmed Monday, Jan. 20.
UMD trails Bemidji State by six points in the race for home ice in the WCHA quarterfinals
UMD gets a bit of redemption from last year's tournament, from an early season sweep in Bemidji and from Saturday's tie against the Mavericks

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