Found January 20, 2013 on Goon's World:
First off, UND has to be better on defense. What is historically a strength of "most" UND teams, was a weakness this past weekend. There were way too many turnovers deep in their own end that ended up behind Zane Gothberg and Clarke Saunders. That's unacceptable. Second, I thought the goaltending was the Achilles heal this past weekend. Whatever goalie ends up playing going forward, has to be better. I am wasn't impressed with either goalie and that ks an area that needs to improve and I expect it will. I still think that Clarke Saunders is the better of the two goalies. I though that Danny Kristo (14g-17a—31pts), Rocco Grimaldi (8g-11a—19pts) and Corban Knight (11g-22a—33pts) had strong games tonight and they're are having awesome seasons so far. Corban Knight's 19-game point streak is tied for the fourth-longest in school history. — North Dakota MHockey (@UNDMHockey) January 20, 2013 Related articles (Video) UND vs. UMN ( Sioux nickname reason UND's not playing UMN ( Breaking down the Minnesota vs. North Dakota Rivalry ( UND: The Weekend Ahead (1/18-1/19) (

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The showdown between the North Dakota Fighting Sioux and the Minnesota Golden Gophers are always epic showdowns.  There is always plenty of facewashing after whistles, lots of colorful language and vicious body checks aplenty in every series the two clubs have had with one another.  This game is for regional bragging rights and involve two of the most successful college programs...
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