HOUGHTON, Mich. (AP) -- Devin Hartnell scored the go-ahead goal and Todd Weninger posted 32 saves Friday night, as Michigan Tech beat Minnesota-Duluth 3-1 to win its first WCHA home game this season.
Tab Lardner notched an unassisted goal 1:58 into the contest for the Huskies (4-21-0, 2-15-0).
Jesse Fibiger tied it at 13:49 of the second period for the Bulldogs (10-11-0, 6-9-0), but Hartnell broke the tie just 57 seconds later on the power play. Tech's Jarrett Weinberger made it 3-1 with 25 seconds left in the second period.
Brant Nicklin made 28 saves for Duluth.
Wisconsin 5, Minnesota State 2
MANKATO (AP) -- Steve Reinprecht scored two goals and had one assist to lead Wisconsin to a 5-2 victory over Minnesota State on Friday night.
The Badgers led the entire game.
Dany Heatley opened the scoring midway through the first period with a goal for the Badgers. Reinprecht's first goal 1:07 into the second doubled Wisconsin's lead.
T.J. Guidarelli gave the Mavericks their first goal with 15:50 left in the second. Reinprecht's second goal, on a power play with 5:33 remaining, and Jeff Dessner's goal two miutes later made it 4-1 for Wisconsin.
Guidarelli scored again with 2:05 left in the third, but David Hukalo's goal, with help from Reinprecht, sealed the Badgers' win with 17 seconds to play.
Graham Melanson stopped 26 shots for Wisconsin (19-5-1, 14-3 WCHA). Eric Pateman made 22 saves for Minnesota State (11-10-2, 7-7-1).
Colorado College 2, Denver 0
DENVER (AP) -- Toby Petersen scored a goal and had an assist as Colorado College beat Denver 2-0 in WCHA action Friday.
Mike Colgan scored a goal as Colorado College improved to 12-11-1, 9-7-1 in the conference. Denver drops to 9-15-1, 5-12.
Jeff Sanger had 23 saves for the shutout.
Denver goalie Stephen Wanger, who allowed both goals in the first period, had 33 saves, including 17 in the third period.
St. Cloud State 5, Alaska-Anchorage 4 (OT)
ST. CLOUD (AP) -- Mike Pudlick's unassisted goal with 17 seconds left in overtime gave St. Cloud State a 5-4 victory over Alaska-Anchorage Friday night.
Mark Hartigan scored two goals to lead the Huskies (12-8-1, 8-6-1 WCHA).
The Seawolves (11-9-1, 9-7-1) opened the scoring less than two minutes into the game on Petr Chytka's unassisted goal. Hartigan made it 1-1 with 6:40 left in the first period.
Gregg Zaporzan put Alaska-Anchorage ahead with 3:07 remaining, but Hartigan tied it again with four seconds to play in the first.
Zaporzan scored again 1:24 into the second, and Brandon Zampair tied it at 3-3 halfway through the period. Keith Anderson gave the lead to the Huskies, but Chris Sikich tied it with 1:59 left in the second. A scoreless third period sent the game into overtime.
Corey Strachan made 29 saves for the Seawolves. Scott Meyer stopped 22 shots for the Huskies.
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