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Long after the North Stars moved to Dallas, after the Met Center was blown up and paved over, Gregg Otten hung onto his rubber chicken. Otten and his wife, Patty, and friend Jim Burns still waved it proudly as their old North Stars favorites disembarked from a bus, marveling at the masses who gathered to welcome them back.
Dino Ciccarelli and Denis Savard gave a nod to those fight-filled years only 43 seconds in, when Savard dropped his gloves and went after Ciccarelli. And to play Chicago, that just added to it. It was a fantastic day, and I think everyone left with good feelings. Minnesota co-coach Tom Reid predicted no lingering bad blood would be shed.
Both franchises have active alumni associations that play several games each year to raise money for charity, and both anticipated their competitive instincts would come flooding back once the puck dropped. Former defenseman Brad Maxwell, head of the North Stars alumni association, said there were enough artificial joints on his roster to shut down an airport metal detector. Hundreds more already were wearing their North Stars gear, sporting caps, toques, jackets and sweaters that were purchased decades ago — or just recently.
Everyone in Minnesota loves history. Saturday, the guys in green and gold and their Chicago counterparts seemed frozen in time.
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Dennis Maruk and Bellows scored in the first period, which ended with the score tied Wild assistant coach Andrew Brunette snapped a wrist shot past Chicago goalie Jimmy Waite late in the second, and Wild alumnus Wes Walz added a goal from the right circle early in the third to give Minnesota the lead for good. Those were the good old days. And it was a lot of fun to acknowledge that. Rachel Blount is a sports reporter for the Star Tribune who covers a variety of topics, including the Olympics, Wild, college sports and horse racing.
She has written extensively about Minnesota's Olympic athletes and has covered pro and college hockey since joining the staff in Home All Sections Search.
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Rosario answers challenge from Tigers; Twins trim magic number to two. The Pioneers hold a lead in the rivalry, which began on Dec. The two clubs met on Dec. The Pioneers blanked the Bulldogs in the series opener behind Tanner Jaillet's save performance. His counterpart, UMD sophomore goaltender Hunter Shepard , was also stellar, making 25 stops and allowing just one second-period goal in the hard-luck loss. The Pioneers completed the weekend sweep the next night, breaking a deadlock with a goal at of the third period en route to shading UMD Two months later Feb.
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UMD got goals from five different players and a save shutout performance from sophomore goaltender Hunter Shepard in a throttling of the Broncos on Friday. Both rookie defenseman Scott Perunovich one goal and two assists and sophomore right winger Joey Anderson three assists supplied the Bulldogs with three-point nights while junior center Peter Krieger scored once and help set up another tally.
The following evening, Shepard stonewalled Western Michigan again, turning aside each of the 19 shots it sent his way while backstopping UMD to a triumph. Freshman defenseman Louie Roehl 's goal into the opening period was all the scoring UMD would need although senior center Jared Thomas ' empty netter with less than a second to go in regulation sealed the deal. The two clubs' most recent playoff collisions came on March , in Denver where the Pioneers prevailed and in the NCHC quarterfinals.
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No club has gone against the Bulldogs in one year since Minnesota went back in The WCHA All-Rookie Team honoree now has a team-leading 34 points, which was one more than the previous recordholder, current Carolina Hurricane team captain Justin Faulk, accumulated during his first and only season with the Bulldogs in Shepard, who has now made 33 consecutive starts, a run that began on Oct.
His record this season is a bit deceiving in that in three of his losses he's allowed just one goal -- including two times to Denver. Shepard has now gone since he was last scored upon -- by Omaha's Martin Sundberg on March 3. On Jan. They'll enter the Frozen Faceoff owning the ninth best mark in the country