May 20, 2014
Despite falling short of an NCAA three-peat, the Gophers enjoyed a highly successful and exciting 2013-14 campaign, which included the program's sixth WCHA Final Face-off title and eighth WCHA regular season title, the program's first-ever outdoor game in the Hockey City Classic at TCF Bank Stadium and the program's 10th NCAA Frozen Four appearance. Gophersports.com will count down the top 10 moments from the season.
#10: Head coach Brad Frost reaches 200 career wins with 5-1 victory at Yale
The Gophers skated to a 5-1 win over Yale on Nov. 23, 2013, marking head coach Brad Frost's 200th career win at the helm of the program (200-37-16). Ten different Gophers picked up at least one point as Minnesota defeated Yale on the road at Ingalls Rink. Freshman Dani Cameranesi, sophomore Hannah Brandt and senior Kelly Terry gave the Gophers a 3-0 lead in the first period before juniors Rachel Ramsey and Meghan Lorence added goals in the second period.
Frost took the reins of Gopher women's hockey at the start of the 2007-08 season and led Minnesota to a perfect 41-0-0 record in 2012-13. After finishing the 2013-14 season with a record of 38-2-1, Frost wrapped up his first seven years leading the program with a career mark of 224-38-17.
Stay tuned as GopherSports.com counts down the Gopher women's hockey top 10 moments of 2013-14 over the next 10 weeks.
Potomaks Named to Canada's Centralization Roster
Sarah Potomak and Amy Potomak are among the 28 players named to Canada's Olympic centralization roster.
Seven Gophers Named Academic All-District
Women's hockey senior Lee Stecklein is among the at-large sport honorees recognized for academics.
Seven Gophers Named to U.S. Women's National Team
Three members of Minnesota's 2016-17 team and four Gopher alums are among the players selected to represent the U.S.