Gophers-Huskies Game Breaks Fargo Regional Attendance Record

The Fargo Regional witnessed history on Saturday as the game between the Gophers and Huskies set a new attendance record. The match attracted 5,425 fans to the south Fargo arena, breaking the previous record of 5,307 that was set in 2015 when North Dakota hosted St. Cloud State.

The rivalry game between Minnesota and St. Cloud State lived up to its billing as both teams put on an impressive display for their passionate supporters. The atmosphere inside the arena was electric throughout the game, with fans from both schools cheering their team on relentlessly.

Despite Minnesota's dominance in men's hockey, St. Cloud State gave them a run for their money and delivered a thrilling performance that had everyone at the edge of their seats. In what turned out to be an intense battle between two fierce rivals, it was Minnesota who emerged victorious with a hard-fought 3-2 win over St. Cloud State.

Speaking after the game, Gophers coach Bob Motzko expressed his delight at setting a new attendance record in front of such an incredible crowd.

"It's always special playing in front of big crowds like this," said Motzko. "Our players feed off it and use it as motivation to perform at our best."

Meanwhile, Huskies coach Brett Larson also praised both sets of fans for making it an unforgettable experience for everyone involved.

"To see so many people turn out for this game is fantastic," said Larson. "It creates such an amazing atmosphere that makes college hockey so special."

With such tremendous support from loyal fans and record-breaking attendance numbers being achieved year after year, there is no doubt that college hockey remains one of America's most loved sports today!