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Boston College and Boston University led the way with five selections each in the 2014 NHL Draft, which wrapped up Saturday. A trio of Minnesota-born U.S. Under-18 Team players went early as well.

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Union defeated Minnesota, 7-4, on April 12, 2014, to win the program's first national championship. Shayne Gostisbehere was a +7 in the game. Rick Bennett the winning coach. Seven different players scored as Union had 49 shots on goal. Photos by Paige Ozaroski (view Pictorial)

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