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Updated: Sunday 02/06/2014 11:02:15 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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The University of North Dakota women's hockey team is sending three current student-athletes to the Winter Olympics, which begins today in Sochi, Russia.

Before Tanja Eisenschmid, Michelle Karvinen, and Susanna Tapani left for the games, they sat down to talk about the what they expect for UND Insider Weekly.

UND Insider Weekly debuts each Wednesday on UNDsports.com and Friday at 5:30 p.m. on Midco Sports Net.

Host Tim Hennessy is joined by Paul Ralston, and Grand Forks Herald writers Tom Miller and Brad Schlossman as they discuss the hottest UND sport topics, sit down with your favorite UND coaches, and much more.

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