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Ulvebne, who recently committed to the Beavers, could become the first player from Norway on the Bemidji State men's hockey roster in its Division I era.
On Friday, the Kenai River Brown Bears ended their wretched run of four straight defeats with a win over the Wisconsin Windigo. The final score was 3-2.
The host Fairbanks Ice Dogs claimed five goals the hosting Anchorage Wolverines on Friday. The final score was 5-2.
The Amarillo Wranglers beat the hosting El Paso Rhinos 5-2 on Friday.

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The St. Cloud Norsemen are now in a strong position. When the team met the North Iowa Bulls at home on Friday, they secured their third win in a row. The team won 4-3, seemingly bringing their hard times to an end.
The Minot Minotauros defeated the visiting Austin Bruins 3-2 on Friday.
The Odessa Jackalopes won at home on Friday, handing the New Mexico Ice Wolves a defeat 6-1.
The Oklahoma Warriors beat the Corpus Christi IceRays at home 9-1. Mikko Liukkonen stole all the post-game praise after having scored an incredible four goals.
A single goal decided a close game as the Philadelphia Rebels won 3-2 at home against the New Jersey Titans on Friday.
The game between the Shreveport Mudbugs and the Lone Star Brahmas finished 2-0 on Friday – no doubt a relief for Shreveport after four straight defeats.

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The game between the Janesville Jets and the Chippewa Steel was unpredictable. Road team Chippewa held the lead with 1-0 at the beginning of the third period, but Janesville turned the course around and finally won with 3-1.
The Springfield Jr. Blues and the visiting Minnesota Wilderness were tied going into the third, but Minnesota Wilderness pulled away for a 2-1 victory in game action.
The Johnstown Tomahawks picked up a decisive road win against the Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks. The game ended in a shutout, 6-0.

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