But since then, that unit has been one of the worst in the country.UND has ranked 58th nationally out of 60 teams in penalty killing since mid-November, and it cost the Fighting Hawks once again Friday night, Jan. 19.UND gave up three more power-play goals -- and a fourth goal was scored just moments after a power-play expired -- in a 5-3 loss to Minnesota Duluth in AmsOil Arena.Joey Anderson scored a power-play goal in the first period, Parker Mackay scored a power-play goal in the second...
Well, it is home.Olson grew up in Duluth and starred at Duluth East High School before embarking on a college hockey career at UND.Now a senior, Olson will play one final weekend in his hometown as the Fighting Hawks take on his hometown Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs at 8:08 p.m. tonight and 7:07 p.m. Saturday in AmsOil Arena.“I’m pretty excited,” Olson said. “The guys give me crap about this being my favorite weekend of the year, but I just love coming back.
Q. What's one thing Grand Forks needs to get?A. Chipotle or a Lululemon.Q. Who is the best player you've ever played against?A. Probably have to say Matt Barzal.Q. What's your favorite hockey movie?A. Miracle.Q. Is a hot dog a sandwich?A. No.Q. What's the first concert you ever attended?A. My mom took me to a Justin Timberlake concert in Vancouver.Q. What's the most you've ever eaten in one sitting?A. Probably at a Chinese buffet, I probably had two or three plates.
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Selecting a term
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