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Gophers remain undefeated with blowout win over Vermont

The Vermont Catamounts may never want to play the Gophers again after being drilled 6-0 in the first ever meeting between the two schools. Nick Bjugstad led the U of M with two goals. The last time the Gophers started a season 5-0 was 2001 -- they won the National Championship that season.
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The Vermont Catamounts may never want to play the Gophers again after being drilled 6-0 in the first ever meeting between the two schools. Nick Bjugstad led the U of M with two goals. The last time the Gophers started a season 5-0 was 2001 -- they won the National Championship that season.

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