The UMD Bulldogs are set to hit the ice at the United Center in Chicago on Saturday in the NCAA Men's Hockey National Championship. If you want to show your support for the Bulldogs by changing your Facebook profile picture, there is an easy way to do so, no Photoshop experience necessary!
Congratulations to the UMD Men's Hockey Team, bringing the NCHC Frozen Four Trophy back to Duluth. Wow, I am certainly ignorant when it comes to attending hockey games outside of the Amsoil venue. I was fully expecting there to be a plethora of Bulldog fans at the NCHC Championship game at the Target Center on Saturday, instead the ratio was probably 4 to 1 and I ended up in a section I'll descr
I came across this nice article about Bill Watson, an assistant coach currently for the Bulldogs who of course was on the 1984 team that suffered a heartbreaking loss in their bid for a national championship. I remember watching that game and I think anyone who did feels a little redemption now, if not to the degree of someone who lived it.
The pain had lingered for 27 years, deep in Bill Watson'
I was a goal off on my 3-1 prediction, but UMD finished off their post season run by defeating Michigan 3-2 on a pretty OT goal. What an amazing finish to the season as our Bulldogs bring home a national championship.
Much attention was paid to Minnesota-Duluth's dynamic top line of Jack Connolly, Justin Fontaine and Mike Connolly entering the Frozen Four, and rightfully so considering their 172
Go Bulldogs! It went down the wire in a game that started fast, with 5 of the goals being scored in the first period. In the end, UMD prevailed 4-3 over the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame and will play for the national championship Saturday night.