David Morley’s freshman season was a complete washout, the result of concussions received while playing junior hockey and again in a serious car accident shortly afterward.RELATED CONTENT
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Defensive mistakes cost Minnesota Duluth on at least four goals in a 5-1 loss to second-ranked St. Cloud State on Saturday night at Amsoil Arena.RELATED CONTENT
Despite outshooting St. Cloud State 38-19, having two more power-play attempts and controlling large stretches of the game, Minnesota Duluth fell 4-2 to the second-ranked Huskies on Friday night.RELATED CONTENT
Despite outshooting St. Cloud State 38-18 and controlling large stretches of the game, Minnesota Duluth fell 4-2 to the second-ranked Huskies tonight before an announced 6,394 at Amsoil Arena — the Bulldogs’ first National Collegiate Hockey Conference home game.
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The four-level, $6.5 million structure towering over Malosky Stadium isn’t the only face-lift the Minnesota Duluth football program underwent lately.
As Dave Hylla and a reporter walked off the artificial surface at Public Schools Stadium last November, the longtime Proctor football coach had a gleam in his eyes when talking about the following season.
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