Gopher Hockey should trump Colorado

This weekend is kind of an odd week in the WCHA, with several teams not playing. The good news for the Gophers is that they are up against a weaker Colorado College. The Strib's Roman Augustoviz says the Gophers should end the weekend with at least 3 points.
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This weekend is kind of an odd week in the WCHA, with several teams not playing. The good news for the Gophers is that they are up against a weaker Colorado College. The Strib's Roman Augustoviz says the Gophers should end the weekend with at least 3 points.

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