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COLLEGE HOCKEY ROUNDUP: Shorthanded UND knocks off Minnesota Duluth

North Dakota's Peter Thome deflects the puck off his stick after being tripped by Minnesota Duluth's Riley Tufte (27) in the second period of Friday's hockey game at Ralph Engelstad Arena. Nick Nelson / Forum News Service1 / 3
Bemidji State senior Dan Billett (2) looks for an opening during Friday's loss to Bowling Green at the Sanford Center. (BSU photo services)2 / 3
Minnesota Gophers co-captain Tyler Sheehy battled for a loose puck with Notre Dame defender Spencer Stastney in the first period of their game Friday night in Minneapolis. (Jason Wachter / The Rink Live)3 / 3

North Dakota 4, Minnesota Duluth 1

Despite being without starting goaltender Adam Scheel, without senior center Nick Jones, without second-round draft pick Grant Mismash, and with a netminder who hadn’t played a regular-season game since November, North Dakota beat Minnesota Duluth for the second time this season. Read more from Grand Forks here.

How did the Fighting Hawks do that to the Bulldogs? As UMD head coach Scott Sandelin told the Duluth News Tribune, “We weren’t ready from the start. They wanted it more and it showed. We dug a hole and couldn’t get out of it." Read more from Duluth here.

Bowling Green 3, Bemidji State 1

The Beavers came into the weekend unbeaten in five games, but the Falcons scored 26 seconds into the WCHA game Friday and never looked back. See the full story from Bemidji here.

Notre Dame 3, Minnesota 2

The Gophers relinquished an early two-goal deficit as the Irish who moved ahead of the Gophers into second place in the league standings with the win. Get the scoop form Minneapolis here.

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