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?
#3 Gophers Win Hockey City Classic
Minnesota's first outdoor home game in more than 80 years comes in at No. 3 on our Gophers Top Plays Countdown as we check out the 2014 Hockey City Classic.
The largest hockey crowd in state history - 45,021 fans to be exact - braved the cold on Jan. 17, 2014 at TCF Bank Stadium to watch the Gophers take on Ohio State.
Freshman Taylor Cammarata scored the game's only goal after being set up by Kyle Rau and Justin Holl early in the second period while Adam Wilcox stopped all 21 shots he faced in net for the Maroon & Gold.
Gophers Set for Rare New York Road Trip
This weekend’s road trip to New York marks Minnesota’s first outing to the Empire State since winning the 2003 NCAA title at the HSBC Arena in Buffalo.
Minnesota Drops Series Finale
Jack Ramsey scored his first career goal during Saturday's first period at the National Hockey Center.
Gophers Fall in Home Opener
Tyler Sheehy notched his third multi-point game in three contests this season with a goal and two assists in the loss.