UMD flips the switch for playoff hockey

As good as the UMD Bulldogs are in the regular season, they're usually even better in the playoffs. The defending national champs are known for doing the little things a little bit better than their opponents in the postseason. WCHA player of the year Jack Connolly says the little things will "win you games; they’ll win you championships.”
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As good as the UMD Bulldogs are in the regular season, they're usually even better in the playoffs. The defending national champs are known for doing the little things a little bit better than their opponents in the postseason. WCHA player of the year Jack Connolly says the little things will "win you games; they’ll win you championships.”

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