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Updated: Wednesday 02/15/2013 10:19:27 (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 North Dakota hockey. But tradition does not just happen. Tradition is built. Now, for the first time, we are taking fans "Through These Doors."

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The UND men's hockey team takes a look at their series with St. Cloud State, which yielded only one point for the second weekend in a row. After returning from a season-ending injury last year, Rocco Grimaldi looks at his path back and his place on the team now. The men also take a look at their upcoming series with Wisconsin.
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