From 0.6 to 45,021, there were plenty of memorable moments for Gopher Hockey over the course of the 2013-14 season. We're counting down the 10 best over the next few weeks. Will your favorite Gopher Hockey moment make the cut?
#5 'U' Wins North Star College Cup
The 2013-14 Gopher Hockey season featured plenty of memorable moments, and hockey fans in Minnesota certainly won’t forget January 25, 2014 when the Gophers defeated Minnesota Duluth in a shootout to claim the inaugural North Star College Cup.
After battling past St. Cloud State with a 4-1 win in the semifinals, Minnesota’s Adam Wilcox made a career high 38 saves for the second night in a row as the Gophers and Bulldogs combined for eight goals in regulation.
After overtime ended without a winner, the game headed to a shootout with Kyle Rau and Seth Ambroz finding the back of the net and Adam Wilcox turning away two attempts as the Gophers locked in state bragging rights at the first-ever North Star College Cup.
Martin, Kessel Face Off for Stanley Cup
Gopher alums will face off in the Stanley Cup Final for the fourth time in program history.
Four Gophers to Skate at World Cup of Hockey
A native of Pori, Finland, Haula is coming off a career year with the Wild - setting new career highs for points (34), goals (14) and assists (20).
Pitlick, Westby Earn USA Hockey Honors
Pitlick was named the Dave Tyler Junior Player of the Year while Westby was tabbed the Adult Player of the Year.