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Zach Parise #11 of the Minnesota Wild and Patric Hornqvist #27 of the Nashville Predators skate to the puck during the game on April 13, 2014 at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota. (Photo by Bruce Kluckhohn/NHLI via Getty Images)
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Union's Matt Hatch (15) celebrates Max Novak's (18) third-period goal which turned out to be the difference in the Dutchmen's 7-4 win over Minnesota in the Frozen Four championship game on Saturday, April  12, at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. (MHM Photo / Jeff Wegge)

Dutchmen Down Gophers, Capture Title

Mental meltdowns doom Minnesota in Frozen Four title game loss to Union.

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No Ordinary Prospect

2014 Mr. Hockey winner Avery Peterson combines passion for the game with
managing real life challenges to succeed.

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Frozen Four Gallery: Union vs. Minnesota

Images from Union's 7-4 victory over Minnesota in the Frozen Four title game.

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Minnesota's Brady Skjei (2), Adam Wilcox (32) and Kyle Rau (7) watch helplessly as Union's Daniel Ciampini (17) scores the third of three Dutchmen goals in a 1:54 span late in the first period of the Frozen Four title game on Saturday, April 12, 2014 at Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center. Union won 7-4 to capture its first national championship. (MHM Photo / Jeff Wegge)

Gophers Find Thrill in Victory, Agony in Defeat

Players, fans endure full spectrum of emotions in Philadelphia.

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