Next up for Minnesota Duluth: Colorado College

Minnesota Duluth travels outside Minnesota for the final time this regular season with a series versus Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colo. Games are 8:37 p.m. Friday and 8:07 p.m. Saturday (94.1 FM).

Some series notes from the News Tribune here and the sports information offices of UMD here and Colorado College here.

Goalie Aaron Crandall has returned to practice following an ankle injury, but Alex Fons is making the trip to Colorado College in backing up Matt McNeely. UMD’s lineup will remain the same as last Saturday vs. Michigan Tech. A game summary, with line combinations, is here.

David Ramsey of the Colorado Springs Gazette takes a look a Colorado College junior goalie Josh Thorimbert in a story here.

U.S. College Hockey Online’s This Week in the WCHA highlights the North Dakota at Minnesota series here.

If you’re looking to the post-season and the NCAA tournament, U.S. College Hockey Online has its first version of Bracketology right here.

Proctor native Ryan Krajewski of Duluth will compete for the United States in the World Deaf Hockey Championships from March 30-April 6. You can help fund his effort here.

Coleraine native Chris Tok, head coach of the Austin (Minn.) Bruins, will coach in the North American Hockey League Top Prospects Tournament Feb. 18-20 in Troy, Mich. Tournament information is here.

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