Game 746 | November 11, 2009 | Don Lucia, Brad Frost
Both the men's and women's Gopher hockey coaches talked about their prospects for the 2009-2010 season. Coach Lucia pointed out that Olympic years used to be disruptive to college teams, but the decision to use only professional players has made things easier for college coaches.

Game 767 | January 6, 2011 | Don Lucia, Brad Frost
The Gopher hockey coaches talked about their teams and the decision to launch a Big Ten hockey league. Lucia's men's team finished fifth in the WCHA and lost to Alaska Anchorage in the first round of the playoffs. Frost's women's team finished 26-10-2 and advanced to the NCAA Regionals. Frost introduced Dunkers to defenseman Anne Schleper; a first-team All-WCHA player from St. Cloud.

Game 784 | January 10, 2012 | Don Lucia, Brad Frost
Lucia's men's team made it to the Frozen Four in 2012 for the first time since 2005, losing 6-1 to Boston College in the semi-finals. The team won the McNaughton Cup (best record in the WCHA) for the third time in the last seven years and finished with a season record of 23-14-l. Frost's women's team won the NCAA Championship for the third time in the history of the event. Megan Bozek and Amanda Kessel were both named All-Americans.

Game 801 | December 4, 2012 | Don Lucia, Brad Frost, Zac Budish, Beth Brausen
Both hockey teams entered the season ranked number one nationally and both got off to great starts. Guest forwards, Zac Budish and Bethany Brausen, both juniors, talked about playing against both strong opponents and high expectations. The men were 11-3-3 at the time of the meeting and the women were 18-0. They had scored 104 goals while allowing just ll and had been behind for only 39 seconds so far.

Game 943 | February 10, 2020 | Bob Motzko, Brad Frost, Casey Hankinson
Both coaches talked about the difficulties of trying to play a schedule around Covid restrictions. They emphasized the mental aspects caused by isolation. Looking ahead, they both said that their teams were likely to be significant suppliers of talent to the 2022 U.S. Olympic teams.

(LtoR) Row 1: Lea B. Olsen, Bob Motzko, Brad Frost; Row 2: Casey Hankinson (moderator), Dave Mona

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