NCAA Frozen Four Final Recap: Minnesota-Duluth defeats Notre Dame 2-1 to win the national championship


SAINT PAUL, MN – Third-seeded Minnesota-Duluth got a pair of first period goals from seniors Karson Kuhlman and Jared Thomas, then leaned on sophomore goaltender Hunter Shepard–who stopped 19 of the 20 pucks he faced–to hang on for a 2-1 victory over top-seeded Notre Dame in the 2018 Men’s Frozen Four national championship game. The Bulldogs claimed their first national title since 2011. Andrew Oglevie scored a second period power play goal, and netminder Cale Morris parried away 33 of 35 shots for the Fighting Irish in the losing effort.

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