June 10, 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.
#7: Gophers Silence Record Crowd in Madison
The Gophers blanked Wisconsin, 4-0, in front of an NCAA-women's hockey record 13,573 fans at the Kohl Center in Madison, Wis., on Feb 15, 2014.
Sophomore Amanda Leveille recorded her 11th shutout of the season with 24 saves on the night. The game was scoreless until senior Kelly Terry scored midway through the second period. Sophomore Hannah Brandt made it 2-0 late in the second frame before senior Bethany Brausen and junior Meghan Lorence added goals in the third period to seal the win.
Stay tuned as GopherSports.com counts down the Gopher women's hockey top 10 moments of 2013-14.
Gophers Drop OT Decision to Terriers
Minnesota rallied to tie the game twice but fell in overtime to settle for a series split on the road Saturday.
Gophers Top Terriers, 5-1
Five different Gophers scored goals to lead Minnesota to a non-conference win Friday night.
Future Gophers Named to USA U-18 Team
Alex Gulstene, Taylor Wente, and Grace Zumwinkle will represent the U.S. Women's National Under-18 Team at the 2017 world championship.