Anna Klein set to become games played leader for the Bulldogs

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Anna Klein has had a career for the books with the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) women’s hockey team. More specifically the record books.

Having already set the consecutive games played record with 157, Friday she will become the all-time games played leader for the Bulldogs.

"I mean how lucky for us to have ‘Kleiner’ in the lineup for 157 games so far and counting. She’s one of the most consistent players ever you know day-to-day at practice she brings it," said head coach Maura Crowell.

"To be honesty I didn’t even know I was doing anything, so if that says anything. I mean it’s really cool but playoff games are fun so that just adds to it," commented Klein.

Klein’s 158 games will surpass the previous record set by Jaime Rasmussen between 2006 and 2010.

It comes as the Bulldogs drop the puck on the WCHA quarterfinals Friday. They’ll host MSU-Mankato at 2pm.