FSN to televise Gophers, UND and UMD NCAA tournament games on Saturday

The Gophers NCAA tournament hockey game against Boston University will be televised on Fox Sports North Plus Saturday at 3:30 p.m. FSN also announced on Tuesday that the North Dakota vs. Western Michigan game can be seen on Fox Sports North. Minnesota-Duluth's game against Maine will be televised on FSN Plus as well.
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The Gophers NCAA tournament hockey game against Boston University will be televised on Fox Sports North Plus Saturday at 3:30 p.m. FSN also announced on Tuesday that the North Dakota vs. Western Michigan game can be seen on Fox Sports North. Minnesota-Duluth's game against Maine will be televised on FSN Plus as well.

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