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One night after losing in a shootout, the Beavers found themselves right back in overtime. But this time, it didn’t take long for the game to end. Elias Rosén drew two defenders in the 3-on-3 extra session, passed the puck to Eric Martin and set up a 2-on-1 that ended in Ross Armour's goal.
“I thought we played great,” Irey said. “We obviously know there's things we can do better, getting to the net being one. But our simplicity in our game was what we liked here tonight.”
"It's a great feel-good when the other sports are supporting you," BSU men's hockey head coach Tom Serratore said. "That's what any college campus is about, but especially at Bemidji State. Our athletes are pretty tight."
This season – as they have in all three of their series so far – the Tommies showed marked improvement befitting a team that is in its sophomore season at the Division I level.
The expectations for Minnesota State, the defending conference champions and Frozen Four entrant, remain high as Northern Michigan and the rest of the CCHA will give chase.
The Bulldogs entered the weekend seventh in the eight-team CCHA. They certainly didn’t look like it.

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The Beavers and Bulldogs conclude their weekend series.
The Beavers are coming off an overtime loss to Bowling Green on Jan. 15.
The Tommies were outshot 41-16 but John Schuldt's goal with 3 seconds left was enough.

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