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Game Notes: Crucial home-and-home with BSU awaits
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Updated: Wednesday 01/16/2014 14:00:33 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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Bemidji State
Beavers
(7-11-6, 7-7-4 WCHA)
vs.
#20 North Dakota
(11-7-2, 7-5-0 NCHC)

Friday, Jan. 17, 7:37 p.m. Central
Sanford Center (4,373) • Bemidji, Minn.
Radio: 96.1 FM The Fox • Webcast: AmericaOneSports.com • TV: Lakeland Public TV, Minnesota Channel (Midco 597)

Saturday, Jan. 18, 7:07 p.m. Central
Ralph Engelstad Arena (11,634) • Grand Forks, N.D.
Radio: 96.1 FM The Fox • Webcast: UNDSports.com • TV: Midco Sports Network


This Week                        
Former WCHA rivals North Dakota and Bemidji State renew acquaintances this weekend when they square off in a home-and-home non-conference series.

The two teams will open the series on Friday at the Sanford Center in Bemidji before concluding the two-game set on Saturday at Ralph Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks.

Media Coverage    
All UND men’s hockey games, home and away, can be heard on 96.1 FM (The Fox) and on stations across the UND Hockey Radio Network. Veteran broadcaster Tim Hennessy, in his 35th season as the voice of UND men’s hockey, calls the action while Steve Olson provides analysis during home games.

Friday’s game will be telecast live regionally on Lakeland Public Television, which is available to Midcontinent subscribers in North Dakota on the Prairie Public Television channel. Please consult local listings for further information. A webcast of Friday’s game can be purchased at AmericaOneSports.com.

Saturday’s game will be telecast live regionally by Midco Sports Network. Dan Hammer handles the play-by-play and is joined by Scott Koberinski (color analyst) and Katie Hale (intermission reporter).

A high definition webcast of Saturday’s game can be seen with a UND Insider subscription at UNDsports.com, and can also be seen on an iPhone or Android via the UND Sports premium app.

Social Media    
Receive real-time Twitter updates during all UND men’s hockey games by following
@UNDMHockey. Additional coverage can be found at @UNDsports and @UNDSID.

Fans can also follow the action via live chat at UNDsports.com, featuring Brad Schlossman and Tom Miller of the Grand Forks Herald and Jayson Hajdu of UND Athletics.

Ticket Information    
Tickets still remain for the series opener in Bemidji and can be purchased by visiting the Sanford Center, any Ticketmaster Outlet location, or online at www.ticketmaster.com.

Tickets are also available for Saturday’s game in Grand Forks and can be purchased at the UND Box Office at Ralph Engelstad Arena or online at Ticketmaster.com.

Click on the PDF link at the top of the article for a complete version of this week's game notes.

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