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Hockey Back to Winning Ways Against Colorado

Hockey Back to Winning Ways Against Colorado

James DeArman, Sports Writer

February 6, 2020

The number two team in the nation returned home this weekend to the Ralph after suffering just their third loss of the season in last weekend's split series with Minnesota Duluth. This weekends tilt came against the team that is occupying the bottom spot in the conference standings in Colorado College a...

Making his return to the Ralph

Former UND forard Chris Wilkie transferred to Colorado College at the beginning of the season and will have to sit out a year due to NCAA regulations.

Allyson Bento, Sports Editor

February 4, 2018

Stepping into the Ralph for the first time is an experience most hockey players mark as their greatest memory.   It is the beginning of their journey with the University of North Dakota’s storied hockey program, and they get to be a part of it. A program that takes in few talented athletes and even then, it turns out not to fit all.   While the program took in transfer Nick Jones th...

Altitude

The Fighting Hawks take on Colorado College in a hockey road series on Friday and Saturday in Colorado Springs.

Kyle Kinnamon, Staff Writer

October 25, 2017

Colorado has always been a major talking point in sports, not only for their sports team’s ability to win championships, but because of the home field/ice advantage. The advantage comes from the altitude. Throughout the history of sports teams in Colorado, the home team has always had the advantage ...

Hawks showcase next man up

UND goalie Matt Hrynkiw blocks a shot against Colorado College last season. Nick Nelson/ Dakota Student

Jack Harvey, Staff Writer

January 31, 2017

Gaps in Hawks lineup shows potential in other lines in a split series Fighting for redemption after a sweep against the Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs, the Fighting Hawks flew to Colorado Springs looking for a different result. The Hawks had a couple spots to fill in their line up against the Tigers, inclu...

Trying to avoid an avalanche

Matt Hrynkiw stops a shot by Colorado College forward Hunter Fejes last season.

Jack Harvey, Staff Writer

January 27, 2017

After being swept by Minnesota Duluth, the UND Fighting Hawks will be looking to bounce back against Colorado College this weekend. ”We’ve done well on the road and we need to remember how we want to play on the road,” head coach Brad Berry said. “It’s a very important weekend for us.” It...

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