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Hockey Gophers open against Sacred Heart

Don Lucia's hockey Gophers open the non-conference season tonight at Mariucci Arena as they face off against Sacred Heart. The Pioneers had an abysmal record last year, but after getting bounced from the 2011 WCHA playoffs by Alaska-Anchorage the No. 19 Gophers refuse to take any team lightly.
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Don Lucia's hockey Gophers open the non-conference season tonight at Mariucci Arena as they face off against Sacred Heart. The Pioneers had an abysmal record last year, but after getting bounced from the 2011 WCHA playoffs by Alaska-Anchorage the No. 19 Gophers refuse to take any team lightly.

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