GameCenter Final: Minnesota Duluth 3, UND 2, 5 OT


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Time: 6:30 pm

Place: Scheels Arena, Fargo.

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First period

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Second period

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Third period

Minnesota Duluth, UND 0 – Jackson Cates (Hunter Lellig, Koby Bender) 3:21. Lellig has the puck at the correct spot and hits a puck into the slot, where it hits Cates and goes high over Scheel and into the net.

Minnesota Duluth 2, UND 0 – Cole Koepke 4:41. UND defender Ethan Frisch finishes for a while, but his stick breaks and Koepke runs away. Beat Scheel on the stick side for Duluth’s second goal in 1:20.

Minnesota Duluth 2, UND 1 – Collin Adams (Jasper Weatherby, Shane Pinto) 18:19 (ex). UND pushes the keeper down two and recovers one when Adams goes through one against Minnesota Duluth keeper Zach Stejskal from behind the net.

Minnesota Duluth 2, UND 2 – Jordan Kawaguchi (Shane Pinto, Matt Kiersted) 19:03 (ex). UND scores another with the goalkeeper pulled. Pinto’s blast from the left circle is launched at Kawaguchi on the right side and the older man buries him.

Overtime

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Double overtime

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Triple overtime

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Quadruple overtime

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Five-fold overtime

Minnesota Duluth 3, UND 2 – Lucas Mylmok 2:13. Moments after Jake Sanderson hits the post, Mylmok begins a run to the other side and beats UND goalie Adam Scheel on five holes to finish the longest game in NCAA tournament history.

UND lines

Forward

29 Jordan Kawaguchi – 18 Collin Adams – 17 Riese Gaber

16 Grant Indiash – 22 Shane Pinto – 28 Judd Caulfield

10 Gavin Hain – 14 Jasper Weatherby – 9 Brendan Budy

8 Harrison Blaisdell – 27 Louis Jamernik – 21 Jackson Keane

13 Carson Albrecht

Defenders

3 Matt Kiersted – 24 Jacob Bernard-Docker

26 Jake Sanderson – 15 Ethan Frisch

25 Tyler Kleven – 2 Gabe Bast

Goalkeepers

31 Adam Scheel

1 Peter Thome

35 Harrison Feeney

Out of the lineup: Mark Senden (inj), Josh Rieger, Griffin Ness and Cooper Moore.

Minnesota Duluth Lines

Forward

17 Cole Koepke – 21 Noah Cates – 23 Nick Swaney

10 Kobe Roth – 20 Jackson Cates – 11 Koby Roth

15 Quinn Olson – 18 Jesse Jacques – 13 Tanner Laderoute

24 Luke Mylmok – 16 Luke Loheit – 7 Blake Biondi

Defenders

5 Wyatt Kaiser – 6 Louie Roehl

3 Matt Anderson – 25 Connor Kelley

22 Matt Cairns – 8 Hunter Lellig

2 Darian Gotz

Goalkeepers

35 Zach Stejskal

39 Ryan Fanti

36 Ben Patt

Referees – Joe Carusone and CJ Hanafin (ECAC)

Line judges – Ryan Knapp and Brian Oliver (ECAC)

Pre-game notes

UND and Minnesota Duluth are playing in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1984, when UND coach Brad Berry and Minnesota Duluth coach Scott Sandelin were teammates at UND. . . The Bulldogs are aiming for their fourth straight NCAA Frozen Four. They would be the first team to do that since UND in 2005-08. UND is aiming for its first Frozen Four ride since winning the national championship in 2016 … UND is wearing the same lineup as Friday night. . . Minnesota Duluth is loading its two main lines. . . The bulldogs

Pre-game reading

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