Hockey Bulldogs headed to Madison for last time?

No. 1 Minnesota-Duluth might be headed to Wisconsin for the last time this weekend. The two WCHA schools will play in different conferences in 2013, with the Badgers visiting Duluth next year.
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No. 1 Minnesota-Duluth might be headed to Wisconsin for the last time this weekend. The two WCHA schools will play in different conferences in 2013, with the Badgers visiting Duluth next year.

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