NCHC Hockey

UND Hockey Looking For Better Start To First Games of Series

Have split last two with Duluth and Minnesota

GRAND FORKS, N.D — After four straight home games, North Dakota hockey closes out the first half of the regular season with two road series starting this weekend against St Cloud State. The main issue as of late is getting off to a better start in these two game sets. In the first match-ups between Minnesota-Duluth and Minnesota, UND let…

Minnesota-Duluth Snaps UND Hockey’s Four-Game Win Streak

UND lost on home ice, 4-1

GRAND FORKS, N.D — A first period goal two minutes in by senior forward Gavin Hain was not enough for North Dakota Hockey to come out with the win over Minnesota-Duluth Friday night at the Ralph. The Bulldogs answered with four unanswered goals to snap UND’s four-game win streak. The series concludes Saturday night with a 6:05 p.m. puck drop….

UND Hockey “Hungry” For Rematch With Duluth This Weekend

Last meeting lost in five overtimes in the NCAA Regional

Video Courtesy: Midco SN GRAND FORKS, N.D. — For the first time since their national championship season in 2015-16, North Dakota hockey has started conference play 4-0 after sweeps of Denver and Miami Ohio, however, the next three series won’t be as easy. UND gets three top 10 ranked opponents over that span starting with Duluth this weekend at home….

UND Hockey Gets Ready for Conference Play

North Dakota Faces Elite Competition in upcoming NCHC Play

Video Courtesy: Midco Sports Network GRAND FORKS, N.D — Fresh off a loss to number 16 Penn State in the Hall of Fame Game, North Dakota hockey skates into conference play having already faced three top-25 opponents preparing them for an even more competitive NCHC conference slate. “You take the positives and negatives and you see what you can do…

UND Hockey’s Comeback Falls Short in OT Loss to Bemidji State

UND's scored late in regulation, fell in OT 4-3

GRAND FORKS, N.D — North Dakota Hockey’s comeback against Bemidji State fall short in overtime losing 4-3. UND was down 3-1 in the second before a goal from Reise Gaber and two from Ashton Calder forced overtime. It’s their first loss of the season and will be on the road next week at Quinnipiac. Categories: College, Top Sports Headlines Tags:…

UND Hockey Building Off Momentum From Exhibition With First Regular Season Series This Weekend

Reise Gaber and Jake Sanderson both scored in 2-1 win over Bemidji State

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — After an exhibition win over Bemidji State on Saturday, North Dakota hockey’s games will finally start to count with their first two of 11 non-conference series against Niagara. What the first looks of game action told head coach Brad Berry¬† is that his team has a high compete level. Berry was especially happy that two key…

Jamernik, Gaber, Gearing Up For Big Sophomore Seasons With UND Hockey

Both become key players in freshman seasons

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — After the freshman seasons forwards Reise Gaber and Louis Jamernik had, you can count on them having even more of an impact this season. Gaber played in all 29 games scoring 11 goals and being named to the NCHC All-Rookie team while Jamernik came in at semester break not skipping a beat picking up his first…

Senden, Frisch Embracing Captains Roles With UND Hockey

Senden is captain while Frisch is an assistant

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Senior forward Mark Senden is wearing the C on the jersey as captain for North Dakota hockey while junior defensemen Ethan Frisch is one of three to wear the A as an assistant. Having been in the same role for the Fargo Force both know what the job entails. “I don’t like to yell at guys…

Kunz “Excited” to Make Home Debut and Play for UND Hockey

Grand Forks native Jackson Kunz is one of 14 new plays on roster

GRAND FORKS, N.D — As north dakota hockey gets ready for game action on Saturday against Bemidji State, 14 new faces will take the ice for the first time. For one freshman in particular, it’ll be in a familiar place. Grand forks native Jackson Kunz became the youngest player from the area to be drafted going to the Vancouver Canucks…