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BEMIDJI STATE BEAVERS

The Bulldogs entered the weekend seventh in the eight-team CCHA. They certainly didn’t look like it.
On Friday afternoon, Bemidji State women’s hockey coach Jim Scanlan stressed the importance of adding on after the Beavers let a one-goal lead slip away in a 2-1 loss to St. Cloud State.
The Beavers and Bulldogs conclude their weekend series.
The Beavers are coming off an overtime loss to Bowling Green on Jan. 15.

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Rosén had a team-high four points off two goals and two assists, leading the Beavers to four out of six points against Bowling Green.
The Bemidji State men’s hockey team continued its winning ways on Friday in Bowling Green, Ohio, defeating host Bowling Green 5-3 for its third consecutive conference victory.
Both Paige Beebe and Lindsey Featherstone played in their 148th consecutive game, which ties the program record set by Alexis Joyce in 2018.
The Sanford Center has been a house of horrors for the Bemidji State men’s hockey team this season. That is, it was before this weekend.
Will Zmolek doesn’t often look to score. The Bemidji State defenseman knows his primary charge is to prevent the opposing team from putting the puck in the net.
Senior forward and Minnesota Wild draft pick from New Brighton had 4 points in series sweep over Bemidji State.

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Players want to play. It’s a universal maxim that has governed competitive sports since their inception. But spots are limited, and regulations govern how many can participate at one time.
Senior forward has goal, assist; seventh-ranked Huskies go 4-for-9 on the power play, beat Beavers, 5-2
Owen Sillinger gave BSU an auspicious opening when he scored 52 seconds into the contest off an assist from brother and linemate Lukas Sillinger.

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