U of M hockey women blank Bemidji State, advance to Final Face-Off

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The Gophers women's hockey team advanced to the Western Collegiate Hockey Association Final Face-Off Saturday after trouncing Bemidji State at Ridder Arena, 8-0.

Eight different Gophers each scored a goal in the victory. The team led 2-0 after the first period, and turned it up with five goals in the second. Another goal in the third capped the 8-0 win.

The Gophers also blanked Bemidji State Friday night 5-0.

The squad advanced to 36-0-0 on the season with the win.

The Gophers will host the Final Face-Off, which begins next Friday.

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