Aug. 5, 2011
Hockey legend Herb Brooks would have turned 74 today. Before Brooks was America's Coach, he was a Gopher. Brooks played for Minnesota from 1955-59 and tallied 18 goals and 27 assists in 75 varsity games. He would later revive the program as head coach from 1972-79. The Gophers were 8-24-0 the year before Brooks was named head coach. Two years later, they were national champions. Brooks guided Minnesota to three national titles and to a 167-97-18 record in his seven years behind the bench.
‘U’ Falls in Series Finale
Minnesota (14-13-0 overall, 9-3-0-0 Big Ten) hits the road next weekend with a two-game series at Michigan State.
Watch Pride on Ice: Overtime
Current and former Gophers talk about their decision to play at the University of Minnesota.
Gophers Take B1G Lead with Win
Taylor Cammarata and Leon Bristedt tallied multi-point games for the Maroon & Gold.