UMD women’s hockey reflects on season, Frozen Four in Duluth

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The go-go-go of college hockey season has all but ended. It’s an odd time. No more games every Friday and Saturday, but it’s also a time for reflection.

The University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) women’s hockey team shared some postseason thoughts in a press conference Wednesday. Head coach Maura Crowell shared while they were sad their season ended one step short of the NCAA Frozen Four, it meant alot still to watch the event take place in Duluth.

“I’ve been to the past two Frozen Fours, I’ve been to some others before at different places and even as a fan, and the feeling when you walk into AMSOIL and you look at our facility it’s so impressive. I do think it’s the best rink in the country on the women’s side, I decided that this weekend,” Crowell said.

Glancing at the offseason Crowell said that she’s already busy recruiting, needing to fill the shoes of eight to nine talented skaters like fifth years star forward Gabbie Hughes and netminder Emma Soderberg.