Hockey Gophers look to break Friday funk

The Gophers hockey team will try to break its Friday night jinx tomorrow against Mankato. The Gophers are at home and should be able to handle the Mavericks. But then again, Minnesota State has topped the Gophers five times in their last six meetings.
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The Gophers hockey team will try to break its Friday night jinx tomorrow against Mankato. The Gophers are at home and should be able to handle the Mavericks. But then again, Minnesota State has topped the Gophers five times in their last six meetings.

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