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MINNEAPOLIS —The first half between the Minnesota Golden Gophers and Ohio State on Thursday went down like a pleasant aperitif. In the second half, however, Minnesota ate glass.
Minnesota has lost four straight games and five of its past six
Minnesota had 16 players enroll in January — nine high school players, five transfers and one walk-on
Central Lakes College hosts Vermilion Jan. 26

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Senior point guard set a career high with 32 points, tied a program record with eight 3-pointers, distributed seven assists and played all 40 minutes in last Saturday’s 68-65 victory over Rutgers
But they still have lost three straight heading into Thursday night’s game at Purdue
The Gophers host the Buckeyes on Thursday. Ohio State has an effective field-goal percentage of 56.3% so far this season.
While central Ohio is a nice enough place to visit, few from outside the Buckeyes' rabid fan base look forward to stepping inside OSU Ice Rink, one of the smallest and oldest facilities in college hockey.
Minnesota (9-11, 2-6) held a four-point lead at halftime.
Once again, the festivities will feature several days of events and culminate with a day-long broadcast on Bally Sports North.

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Trailing early in their Saturday rematch at Minnesota, the Michigan Wolverines scored twice in 62 seconds on the way to their fifth win in the past six games.
Each media timeout was extended as Mankato high school players and others shoveled off the sheet as best they could. By the third period, the piles got more and more difficult for them to push. Pucks cut through the snow, creating wakes behind them.
Minnesota snapped a four-game losing streak since Dec. 22, and head coach Ben Johnson won his first Big Ten home game

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