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Dutchmen win national title game, 7-4

Union College goalie Colin Stevens thanks fans after the team won the Frozen Four championship Saturday in Philadelphia.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Union College goalie Colin Stevens thanks fans after the team won the Frozen Four championship Saturday in Philadelphia.
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The tiny college in Schenectady, N.Y., is now the biggest thing in college hockey. For the first time since the Great Depression, and the first time in the history of its hockey program, Union College can call itself a national champion. The Dutchmen defeated Minnesota, 7-4, Saturday night to win the Division I men’s hockey championship. The national title is a first for any Union College squad since the 1929 men’s lacrosse team. At the ...


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