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At UMD, it's time to raise banner

Notre Dame may be ranked No. 1 in college hockey right now, but it's just a number. Tonight they're playing the real champs at Amsoil Arena in Duluth where the UMD Bulldogs will raise their first NCAA championship banner. Going into the season, UMD is ranked No. 8
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Notre Dame may be ranked No. 1 in college hockey right now, but it's just a number. Tonight they're playing the real champs at Amsoil Arena in Duluth where the UMD Bulldogs will raise their first NCAA championship banner. Going into the season, UMD is ranked No. 8

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