Gophers Recognized at TCF Bank Stadium

The Gopher women's hockey team was recognized at the Gopher football game on Saturday, Sept. 14. The back-to-back national champions also received their 2013 championship rings.

2012-13 Gopher Women's Hockey Highlight Video

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Check out the 2012-13 Gopher women's hockey highlight video and relive the magic as Minnesota captured its second-straight national championship and posted a perfect 41-0 record! The Gophers also boast an active 49-game winning streak that stands as the longest winning streak in NCAA history. 

The first-ever Gopher Men's Golf and Gopher Women's Hockey Golf Open will be held Monday, Sept. 16 at Southview Country Club in Inver Grove Heights, Minn. 

Minnesota women's hockey head coach Brad Frost and men's golf head coach John Carlson welcome you to the event. Look for registration information next week on 

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Back-to-Back! 2012-13 Season Highlights

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"The Best Kept Secret"

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This feature on the Gopher women's hockey team exemplifies what this team and staff is all about. It gives an in depth insight on the team culture, the coaching staff and more.

Gophers in the News

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2013 NCAA Champions: 'We Made The Impossible, Possible'

Blog: First Day of the Frozen Four

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Frozen Four Tournament Central | Thursday Press Conference Recap | Gophers Frozen Four Preview

The Frozen Four is finally here!

Since winning the national title last season, our sights have been set on returning to the Frozen Four, especially with it being hosted at Ridder Arena. And after a long, exciting and history 2012-13 season, we have finally achieved one of our goals.

With the rest of Minnesota on Spring Break, our schedule has been very flexible. We had a team breakfast this morning at Egg & I, and then we had our team practice around lunchtime.

The practice was business as usual, and we fine-tuned some things for tomorrow's game versus Boston College. At the end of practice, we did our ritual "Hair-Down Showdown", which is done the last practice before the weekend begins. Coach Frost was the surprise winner today as he somehow slipped the puck by Noora.

After practice, Noora, Amanda and Coach Frost addressed the media one last time before the weekend.

We are now getting ready to head to the NCAA Frozen Four Banquet, which will be held at TCF Bank Stadium. It will be a good chance for all the players, coaches and staff to mingle with one another and really take in the whole Frozen Four experience. I've heard the meal is the same as what we had at the Senior Banquet back in February, so we all are pretty excited about dinner tonight!

The banquet will wrap up our final prep day for the Frozen Four, and then it is business tomorrow morning! Everyone is pumped and excited to defend our national title this weekend!

 - LND -

Gophers at the Four Nations Cup (Nov. 9)

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Hey everyone!


Today was game day against Finland, and it was the last round robin game.

We had an early breakfast and departed for pre-game skate after. It was a short skate just to get our legs moving because we had a late game at 7 p.m. We had lunch when we returned and had a video session with the coaches. Then it was down time before departure to our game. I took a nice nap to relax and got some rest. 

Our game was our best yet at the tournament. We beat Finland, 15-1, and controlled most of the game. We worked on lots of plays and played well as a team to improve our weaknesses. We played strong and our whole team enjoyed the win. It was a good game to play before tomorrow's gold medal game against Canada. We are ready for a rematch! 

Tomorrow should be an exciting day, but it will be our last in Finland. It will be sad to leave, but I'm also ready to return home. It has been an awesome experience here to get to play with the National Team. I will miss this team and all of my great teammates, but we still have one more game to play first.


Have a great day!
Milica McMillen

Gophers at the Four Nations Cup (Nov. 8)

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Hey everyone-

Today was a great day for the team in Helsinki. We had an early breakfast and lunch, then we headed to the rink for a quick strength and conditioning lesson, which was followed by a team practice.

After that, we had some down time. People chose to stay back and rest and catch up on homework, but a couple teammates and I decided go see downtown Helsinki. The city, looking by the pictures, had the appearance of Times Square. The buildings were very bright and animated! Downtown was beautiful, not to mention, the chocolate is amazing!

We had dinner with the team back at the hotel, and now we are starting to preparing for the game tomorrow versus Finland! All of us are excited and ready to get back to action here at the Four Nations Cup.


Megan Bozek

Gophers at the Four Nations Cup (Nov. 7)

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Hello from Finland!

Today in Finland, we had the same routine as Tuesday. We woke up had breakfast, some meetings and then it was game time.

We ate our pregame meal at 10 a.m., and I made the mistake of having coffee with my meal. Let's just say coffee, pasta and salad does not mix well! After our meal, I just laid around, listened to music and hung out before we departed for the rink. At the rink, I like to joke around and sing and dance as part of my pregame routine, so I stay loose and have fun.

It is nice to have current and old gophers on this team. However, a little fun fact is that I spend a lot of time with a current rival and Wisconsin Badger, Brianna Decker. I have known her since I was young, and we are really good friends despite having the bitter rivalry.

It was a tough game today versus Canada as it did not go in our favor. We suffered a 

3-1 loss, but the good thing is we can move on and learn from that game.

Tomorrow, we have an off day from games, but we will keep busy since our schedule is jam packed with activities and meetings.

Have a great day!

Amanda Kessel