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Press conference audio: Minnesota-Duluth and Notre Dame semifinal

Minnesota-Duluth and Notre Dame players and coaches met with the media after UMD’s 4-3 semifinal win. For the Bulldogs, coach Scott Sandelin, defenseman Justin Faulk, and forwards Justin Fontaine and Jack Connolly took questions; for the Fighting Irish, it was coach Jeff Jackson and forwards T. J. Tynan, Calle Ridderwall and Ryan Guentzel. This is unedited audio from each press conference.

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  • Go4life

    Minnesota, Michigan State, Ohio State and Wisconsin are not in the top 16. So much for Big 10 hockey!

  • Bharvey13

    I would expect UNH’s SOS to be higher with teams like Cornell, Miami(OH), BC, BU, and Maine on the schedule…but guess now

  • Tkwasiborski

    Yale #1 you got to be kidding! Winning all their games in 1 of the 3 weak conferences doesn’t make them a top team or even a top 10 team. Strength of schedule should be the number 1 factor in determining who’s #1. Go sioux!

    • al

      Please tell me you aren’t lumping the CCHA in with the ECAC and AHA?

  • kb80

    I’ve been wondering, since the host in St. Louis is the CCHA, is there a specific team that is required to play there as a host for the tourney? Like is the CCHA champion guaranteed to go there?

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