GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) -- Bryan Lundbohm and Jeff Panzer each scored two goals as North Dakota routed Minnesota-Duluth 10-0 Friday night.
The Fighting Sioux (21-7-3, 16-6-3 WCHA) took a 1-0 first-period lead and then erupted for six goals in less than 13 minutes in the second period.
Tim Skaperud, Brad DeFauw, Wes Dorey, Jason Ulmer, Kevin Spiewak and Mike Commodore also scored for North Dakota.
Brant Nicklin, starting goalie for Minnesota-Duluth (12-17-0, 8-15-0) gave up five goals on 23 shots and was replaced by Rob Anderson, who surrendered five goals on 22 shots.
North Dakota goalie Karl Goehring stopped 22 shots in setting a WCHA record for career shutouts (9). The record had been held by Gerry Powers, who had eight shutouts for Denver from 1966-69.
Minnesota 9, Michigan Tech 2
HOUGHTON, Mich. (AP) -- Dave Spehar posted a hat trick and Minnesota scored on four of its seven power play chances as the Golden Gophers beat Michigan Tech 9-2 Friday night.
Spehar's first goal, at 15:44 in the second period, was Minnesota's fourth. He scored again at 19:03 in the second when the Gophers (16-13-2, 12-8-2 WCHA) had a two-man advantage. He added his third goal with 5:30 left in the third period.
Chuck Fabry and Devin Hartnell scored for Michigan Tech (4-29-0, 2-23-0).
At 13:45 in the third period, with Minnesota up 8-2, six players were called for 14 penalties totaling 44 minutes. Michigan Tech's Hartnell and Minnesota's Dylan Mills each were assessed a 10-minute game misconduct penalty.
Adam Hauser stopped 26 shots for Minnesota, while Michigan Tech's Jason Moilanen stopped 30.
Minn.-Mankato 4, Colorado College 3
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) -- Eric Pateman made 32 saves, including 16 in the third period, as Minnesota State edged Colorado College 4-3 Friday night in a Western Collegiate Hockey Association game.
Minnesota State (17-12-2, 13-9-1 WCHA) took an early lead when B.J. Abel scored at 3:18 in the first period. Josh Kern quickly followed with a goal at 4:56, and Ryan Severson scored at 11:42 in the second period to make it 3-0.
Colorado College (16-14-2, 12-9-2 WCHA) came alive with three unanswered goals and tied the game. Trent Clark triggered the scoring run with a goal at 13:16 in the second period. Mike Colgan then scored at 15:55, followed by Justin Morrison at 17:32.
Minnesota State's Justin Martin scored the game-winner at 18:02 of the second period, and Pateman fended off 16 shots to hold the Tigers scoreless in the third period. Jeff Sanger made 23 saves for Colorado College, including five in the third period.
St. Cloud State 3, Denver 1
ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) -- Scott Meyer stopped 38 shots Friday night to help St. Cloud State past Denver 3-1.
Meyer's shutout was nixed in the third period when the Pioneers' Kelly Popadynetz found the net with 13:33 left.
The Huskies (17-10-2, 13-8-2 WCHA) took a 1-0 lead early in the second period when Keith Anderson scored. Joe Motzko's power-play goal put St. Cloud State up 2-0 early in the third period, and Tyler Arnason closed out the scoring for the Huskies on a goal with 11:20 remaining.
Denver (11-20-2, 7-17-1) got 29 saves from Wade Dubieilewicz.
St. Cloud State, which snapped a two-game losing streak, was outshot 19-8 in the final period.
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