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The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has confirmed the capture of a silver carp on the St. Croix River. A commercial fisherman caught the invasive carp near Prescott, Wis., during routine spring netting.
Minnesota State 4, Alabama Huntsville 1 Reggie Lutz helped the top-seeded Mavericks blast their way into the WCHA semifinals, playing fast and physical and hammering home a pair of power-play goals in a 4-1 series-clinching victory over Alabama Huntsville. Read the full story here . Minnesota 4, Michigan 1
Minnesota 3, Michigan 2, OT Playing before what is believed to be the smallest paid audience in the 25-year history of 3M Arena at Mariucci, the Gophers rallied from a two-goal deficit and won their postseason opener 3-2 over Michigan on a Brannon McManus’ power play goal in overtime. Read more here. Lake Superior State 4, Bemidji State 2
North Dakota 2, Colorado College 1 Goaltender Peter Thome stopped 24 of 25 shots, including a two-on-one and a clean breakaway in the game’s opening two minutes, allowing the Fighting Hawks to grab a series split. Read more here. Minnesota Duluth 6, Miami 5
Minnesota Duluth 4, Miami 2
Minnesota Duluth 3, North Dakota 2 Minnesota Duluth moved back into second place in the NCHC standings thanks to a pair of 5-on-3 power play goals by senior center Peter Krieger. See more here .
North Dakota 4, Minnesota Duluth 1 Despite being without starting goaltender Adam Scheel, without senior center Nick Jones, without second-round draft pick Grant Mismash, and with a netminder who hadn’t played a regular-season game since November, North Dakota beat Minnesota Duluth for the second time this season. Read more from Grand Forks here .
WADENA, Minn. — When Max Phillips first laced up a pair of hockey skates, he hated it. But watching his older brother, Dylan, the game continued to draw him back to the ice. Click here to keep reading the story on The Rink Live.