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Through These Doors - 209 - Karl and his Tendies
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Updated: Thursday 12/06/2012 21:39:30 (ET)
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"Through These Doors Walk Champions."

That is the sign that hangs outside the locker room of the University of North Dakota men's hockey team. It symbolizes the tradition, and the lofty standards, of Fighting Sioux hockey. But tradition does not just happen. Tradition is built. Now, for the first time, we are taking fans "Through These Doors."

This week on Through These Doors, the University of North Dakota men's hockey team comes home after a split at Colorado College. UND heads back to work with the University of Denver coming to town this weekend. The goaltenders are featured, providing a colorful behind the scenes look at the group.

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