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  • Bakunin
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    Re: No. 1: Minnesota and Michigan fight for top recruit honors

    Originally posted by streaker View Post
    Yeah, I know. And yet, we have soundly beaten the Goofs two years in a row with the likes of Hogan and Sauer in goal.
    It's not that hard to do against a Gopher team with no offense whatsoever.

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  • streaker
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    Re: No. 1: Minnesota and Michigan fight for top recruit honors

    Originally posted by alnike View Post
    Even Michigan fans will admit, that without goalie Jack Campbell, this no longer holds true for the first time in years.
    Yeah, I know. And yet, we have soundly beaten the Goofs two years in a row with the likes of Hogan and Sauer in goal.

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  • alnike
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    Re: No. 1: Minnesota and Michigan fight for top recruit honors

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    We all know Michigan will end up being the number one recruiting class in the country, they always are.[/QUOTE]

    Even Michigan fans will admit, that without goalie Jack Campbell, this no longer holds true for the first time in years.

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  • No. 1: Minnesota and Michigan fight for top recruit honors

    College Hockey 247

    As we complete our ranking of the Top 10 classes for 2010, four of the top five candidates could make a strong argument for being positioned at the head of the field; there's simply little variance in the quality of the handful at the top. But the battle comes down to Michigan and Minnesota …
    We all know Michigan will end up being the number one recruiting class in the country, they always are.
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