Knee injury ends Barriball's season
MINNEAPOLIS — The Minnesota men's hockey team will be without its most accomplished scorer for the rest of the season.
The school says senior Jay Barriball will have season-ending knee surgery on Friday. Barriball was injured during practice on Tuesday.
Barriball has two goals and two assists this season and scored his 100th career point in a win over Alaska-Anchorage last week. He has 43 more career points than any other Gopher on the current roster.
The former Holy Angels star is eligible for a medical redshirt. That leaves open the possibility that he could return next season.
The Gophers host rival Wisconsin this weekend.
This kid needs to graduate and get his ass to Peoria.
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