Minnesota Duluth (19-7-4 and 13-6-3 in WCHA) snapped a two-game losing streak Saturday night in Duluth with a 5-4 victory to split the weekend series against UND (16-11-2 and 12-10). Senior forward Jack Connolly netted two goals and had three assists for the third-ranked Bulldogs. UMD men's hockey travels to Mankato next weekend.
Animal Humane Society plans trailblazing new campus
Take a look inside the plans for a first-of-its-kind adoption center and animal care campus.
Minnesota reports 'concerning level' of syphilis cases
The Minnesota Department of Health says most of the cases are being discovered in the northern part of the state.
Airport police intercept 5,600 fentanyl pills headed to St. Cloud
Three were arrested following a police raid in St. Cloud.
Kris Lindahl files trademark for 'iconic' arms out pose
"The pose has become iconic," Lindahl said.
Man shot inside Oakdale movie theater expected to survive
The 23-year-old victim underwent surgery and is recovering at the hospital.
Driver falls asleep, crashes through motel wall near Duluth
Alcohol was not a factor in the crash.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, June 29
One of the newly reported deaths was a person aged 15-19 from Yellow Medicine County.
Alabama replaces Toby Keith as headliner at MN music festival
The Lakefront Music Festival is set to take place in Prior Lake on July 8-9.
Alaska Anchorage beats top-ranked Bulldogs, 3-2
Bulldogs' sophomore J.T. Brown had a great weekend scoring five of the six UMD goals in this weekend's WCHA series. But last-place Anchorage held onto a 3-2 victory Saturday night to break an eight-game losing streak. With eight games left in the regular season, the Bulldogs (18-6-4 and 12-5-3 in WCHA) are now three points behind first-place Minnesota; two points ahead of third-place Colorado College and three points ahead of fourth-place Denver. UMD will host fifth-place North Dakota this Friday and Saturday.
Top-ranked Bulldogs surge past Alaska Anchorage
Sophomore J.T. Brown netted four goals to lead the University of Minnesota Duluth (18-5-4 overall, 12-4-3 WCHA) to a 4-1 victory over Alaska Anchorage. The only goal for the last-place Seawolves (6-17-2, 3-17-1) came late in the second period. The two teams will meet again Saturday night for the WCHA series-ender.
Bulldogs complete the sweep against Colorado College
Minnesota Duluth beat Colorado College 5-2 to wrap up their final series on home ice Saturday night. The Bulldogs are still two points behind first-place Minnesota. UMD will finish the regular season at St. Cloud State.
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