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COLLEGE HOCKEY ROUNDUP: SCSU, UMD, MSU advance

St. Cloud State's Sam Hentges (19) tries to get the puck past Miami goalie Ryan Larkin on Saturday, March 16, 2019, at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center in St. Cloud, Minn. Hentges, a Minnesota Wild draft pick, had a goal and two assists in the Huskies' 6-3 win to sweep an NCHC quarterfinals series. Jason Wachter/The Rink Live 1 / 3
Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com Minnesota Duluth's Jackson Cates (20) celebrates after scoring a goal against Nebraska-Omaha during Saturday's NCHC playoff game at Amsoil Arena. 2 / 3
Minnesota Gophers goalie Mat Robson had a busy first period in Saturday's playoff game at Notre Dame, stopping 16 of the 17 Fighting Irish shots he faced. (Mike Bennett / Fighting Irish Media)3 / 3

St. Cloud State 6, Miami 3

The top-ranked Huskies scored four goals in the third period to beat Miami 6-3 in Game 2 of their NCHC quarterfinals series and finish undefeated at home. Read the full story here.

Minnesota Duluth 4, Omaha 1

One day after needing overtime to beat the Mavericks, the Bulldogs erased an initial 1-0 deficit to return to next week's NCHC Frozen Faceoff. See the rest here.

Minnesota State 2, Lake Superior State 0

Dryden McKay shut out Lake Superior State on 31 shots to help launch his team to the WCHA playoff championship game, which they will host next Saturday in Mankato against Bowling Green. Read more here.

Notre Dame 2, Minnesota 1, OT

Notre Dame freshman Michael Graham scored a controversial power play goal in the opening minute of overtime, leading the Irish to the Big Ten title game and ending Minnesota's season early. Read the reaction here.

Denver 4, North Dakota 2

UND’s season finished at 18-17-2, and it concluded in appropriate fashion — with the Fighting Hawks badly outshooting an opponent and losing (42-18 in shots). See more here.

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