Next up for Minnesota Duluth: Denver

Minnesota Duluth (10-11-3) and No. 10-ranked Denver (13-8-4) meet for the only time this season at 7:07 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Amsoil Arena. Both were off last weekend. The Pioneers are in the midst of seven road games in a 10-game stretch, while UMD is home for four of its final six series.

Some series notes from the News Tribune here and the UMD sports information office here.

U.S. College Hockey Online also looks at what remains for the Bulldogs and Pioneers this season with six weeks remaining here and has this weeks Bracketology here.

Mike Chambers of the Denver Post ranks Colorado’s three Division I teams, with Denver in the lead, here.

Chris Dilks of Western College Hockey has WCHA Power Rankings here.

North Dakota and Nebraska-Omaha meet outdoors Feb. 9 at Ameritrade Park in Omaha. A Facebook photo of field preparation is here.

Minnesota and Wisconsin meet Feb. 17 in the Hockey City Classic outdoors at Soldier Field in Chicago and a sellout is expected.

Running Times magazine’s review of 2012 mentions Grandma’s Marathon twice: ranking its U.S. men’s elite field eighth and U.S. women sixth among American races in listings here.

One thought on “Next up for Minnesota Duluth: Denver

  1. Methinks this is pretty much it for the Dogs, make or break time. If they can win these and get some momentum back, they could get home ice and make a respectable run. if they don’t get 4 points here they languish as a bottom 3-4 team and have to go on the road…. hope they get 6 solid, all out periods…. that shouldn’t be an issue, but i has been…
    PS They really need to take a look at Miers Moore…. they should know short doesn’t matter…

Comments are closed.