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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA

Jayden Perron is having an eye-catching start to the season with the Chicago Steel in the United States Hockey League.
The Fighting Hawks and Gophers will play in October the next two seasons.
The former Red River player had points both nights in St. Cloud, while linemate Griffin Ness had his first two-point game and Nick Portz set up a goal.
The Fighting Hawks gave up a goal on the first shift of the game and it never got better from there.

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The Huskies became the first team to score eight goals on the Fighting Hawks since January 2011.
The Fighting Hawks have won four Penrose Cups, while the Huskies have won three.
Portz is headed back to his hometown this weekend as the Fighting Hawks take on St. Cloud State.
The UND junior forward has excelled in hockey while managing diabetes.
Volunteer assistant coach Jason Ulmer is known for his work in the dot with Fighting Hawks centers.
The Fighting Hawks still won't be at full strength, but they're getting closer as they near the midway point of the season.

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The UND sophomore defensemen won gold last season with the Americans.
The former UND great and 1980 Miracle on Ice team member skated with the Fighting Hawks before Saturday night's rivalry contest against Minnesota.
Captain Mark Senden scored twice and added an assist as the Fighting Hawks improved to 10-5 overall.

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