Gophers-Huskies Game Draws Record Crowd at Fargo Regional

The arena was packed to capacity as the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers faced off against the St. Cloud State University Huskies in a thrilling game that set a new attendance record for the Fargo Regional tournament. The previous record was held by North Dakota, the host school, when they played St. Cloud State in 2015 with an attendance of 5,307 fans.

This year's matchup between these two powerhouse teams drew an even larger crowd to the south Fargo arena which opened its doors back in 2008. Fans from both schools filled every available seat and cheered on their respective teams throughout the entire game.

Despite a valiant effort from both sides, it was ultimately the Golden Gophers who came out on top with a final score of X-X over their rivals from St. Cloud State.

"It's always exciting to see such strong support for college hockey," said one fan after the game. "Both teams played incredibly well and it made for an unforgettable experience."

The record-breaking attendance is testament to not only the popularity of college hockey but also to how much this sport means to fans across America. With such dedicated supporters filling arenas across the country every season, it's clear that college hockey will continue to be a beloved pastime for years to come.

As more regional tournaments take place around America, we can expect more passionate crowds like those seen at this year's Fargo Regional championship match-up between Minnesota and St.Cloud State - making this sport even more electrifying than ever before!