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UMD Bulldogs sport Mohawks for playoff push

The UMD Bulldogs are up to another hair-raising stunt heading into WCHA playoffs. The Duluth News-Tribune reports they all got Mohawks for team unity. Last year, the ‘Dogs all dyed their hair blond -- and won the NCAA title.
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The UMD Bulldogs are up to another hair-raising stunt heading into WCHA playoffs. The Duluth News-Tribune reports they all got Mohawks for team unity. Last year, the ‘Dogs all dyed their hair blond -- and won the NCAA title.

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