April 11 - Riot police were forced to break up the crowd after Minnesota hockey fans poured into the streets to celebrate a dramatic victory over North Dakota. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Riot police were called in after rowdy hockey fans took to the streets following a victorious match on Thursday (April 10).
The Minnesota Gopher Men's hockey team scored the winning goal against North Dakota with less than a second on the clock in the Frozen Four semi-final game.
Police wore gas masks as they confronted the crowd.
Some fans lit fireworks. Others jumped on top of a police car.
Less than a dozen people were arrested during the 2.5 hour ordeal, according to police.
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