Ice Age: No. 3 Minnesota Duluth in North Dakota

Where: Ralph Engelstad Arena.

TV: CBS Sports Network (GF Ch. 314/635 HD) Friday; Midco Sports Network (GF Ch. 27/622 HD) Saturday.

Radio: The Fox (96.1 FM).

Webcast: NCHC.tv on Saturday only.

Live game chat: GrandForksHerald.com.

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Video: Preview of a weekend series

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Tape story

UND

Record: 14-13-2

Classification: NR

Offense: 2.59 (41st)

Protection: 2.45 (20th)

Power to play: 15.8 (47th)

Killing penalties: 81.2 (30th)

Goaltending: .895 (46)

Minnesota Duluth

Record: 18-8-2

Classification: 3

Offense: 3.18 (13th)

Protection: 1.82 (3rd)

Power to play: 23.0 (12th)

Killing penalties: 91.8 (1st)

Goaltending: .920 (11th)

The focus: Scott Perunovich

Duluth Minnesota has a good depth, but it's really Scott Perunovich, who drives much of the Bulldogs offense. He led the team to score as the latest custom of the past season and the second is currently on the team in points. The dynamic defendant is particularly dangerous on the power. The Bulldogs are 11-3-1 when it gets a point, 7-5-1 when it does not.

The pick: brush

When UND was shot by Minnesota Duluth in November late and in late December, the Hawks Fighting only played two goals in two games against a brilliant Bulldogs team. At the end of the season near, Minnesota Duluth has hit more to protection, allowing only 10 goals in the latest eight games together. This is a difficult for UND team that has challenged the score of this score. The difficulty is to make it harder than the injuries suffered by Adam Scheel, Grant Mismash, Joel Janatuinen and Nick Jones.

Minnesota Duluth 4-2, 3-1

Post-player notes

* The UND star of 2004-06, Travis Zajac, played a 900 NHL this week, and came on the sixth New Devil Jersey to achieve that mark. Ken Daneyko is the only players playing more games such as Devil (1,283), Fallaire Hall Martin Brodeur Hall (1,259), Patrik Elias (1,240), Hall Hall Fam Scott Stevens (956) and John MacLean (934) ).

* Tyson Jost, who played UND for a single season (2016-17), was producing for the Colorado Avalanche since he was returning from injury he crashed late in January. Jost has scored in back-back games and had a three-point night against the Winnipeg Jets that were in charge of the first Wednesday.

* The driver was named Joe UN Kristen Campbell, a junior in Wisconsin, now a WCHA member of the week. Stop Campbell at 44 of 45 shots during Minnesota Duluth weekend. Regarding the season, Campbell 28-4 has a percentage .932 and 1.13 goals against the media.

NCHC notes

* Colorado College is starting to play when playing five games during nine days – all at home. The West Michigan Tigers host this weekend, make a game against Denver at home on Tuesday, then hosting UND next weekend.

* Who will start the goal to Denver this weekend? Guess anyone after your Devin Cooley dreamed a Saturday night from a injury that lasted on January 4 to close the Minnesota Duluth 1-0 on the road. For the season, there is a percentage of .934 only and 1.93 goals in Chooley, and Filip Larsson's modern estimate is .918 and 2.43, which featured 12 of the 13 final games.

* The Miami captain Josh Melnick has returned after a six-game injury, and he lost the RedHawks. Le Melnick in this line is Miami 10-10-4. Without it, these are the 0-6 RedHawks. With him, Miami scored 2.5 goals per game and gives up 2.5. No, the RedHawks scored 1.3 and give up 3.8.

* One fifth of the career goals of Minnesota Duluth junior Riley Tufte (six of 30) came against UND. Tufte na Bulldogs scores a career score against UND with nine points in 10 games.

* Omaha hosts St Cloud State this weekend, and is still looking for his first win over the Huskies in Baxter Arena, which will open in 2015. The Mavericks are 0-4 against St Cloud State . The only NCHC team is not hit by Omaha in Baxter Arena but St Cloud State and Denver are still. Hosting the Mavericks in the next nine days.

* How important is the first goal for UND in this week's series against Minnesota Duluth? It is 11-4-1 UND when it scores the first goal, 3-9-1 when it does not. Meanwhile, the Bulldogs, 21-1 in the most recent 22 games, made the first goal to go back to a regular season.

* St Cloud State has improved these Olympic-size efforts, going 17-0-1. But the Huskies are 4-4-2 for medium-sized NHL entries. The Huskies will have the next four games on the NHL entries at Omaha's Baxter Arena and Lawson Ice Arena in West Michigan.

* Colt Conrad West Michigan has 100 points directly to his life. The first Bronco is the 100-point mark hit by Chase Balisy and Shane Berschbach in 2013-14.

Staff Points GP W L T 3×3 / SO
St Cloud State 44 18 13 2 3 1/1
Minn. Duluth 34 18 11 6 1 0/0
West Michigan 32 18 10 7 1 0/1
Denver 28 17 8 7 2 1/1
North Dakota 25 18 8 9 1 0/0
Colorado College 18 17 5 9 3 0/0
Omaha 17 18 5 12 1 0/1
Miami 15 18 4 12 2 1/0

FOINSE: Grand Forks Herald

Today's games

Minnesota Duluth at UND, 7:37 p.m., CBS Sports

St Cloud State at Omaha, 7:07 p.m.

Miami at Denver, 8:07 p.m.

West Michigan at Colorado College, 8:37 p.m.

Saturday Games

Minnesota Duluth at UND, 7:07 p.m., Midco SN

West Michigan at Colorado College, 5:37 p.m.

St Cloud State at Omaha, 7:07 p.m.

Miami at Denver, 8:07 p.m.

Game Tuesday

Denver at Colorado College, 8:07 p.m.

Staff Points GP W L T 3×3 / SO
Ohio State 41 18 12 3 3 2/0
Minnesota 33 22 10 9 3 0/0
Notre Dame 31 20 9 9 2 1/1
Michigan 30 20 8 8 4 2/0
Penn State 29 20 9 10 1 0/1
Michigan State 27 22 7 11 4 1/1
Wisconsin 25 20 6 9 5 0/2

FOINSE: Grand Forks Herald

Today's games

Wisconsin at Penn State, 5:30 p.m., BTN

Ohio State at Michigan, 5:30 p.m., FS1

Notre Dame at Minnesota, 8 p.m., BTN

Saturday Games

Notre Dame at Minnesota, 4:30 p.m., FSN

Ohio State at Michigan, 5 p.m., BTN

Wisconsin at Penn State, 6 p.m.

Staff Points GP W L T 3×3 / SO
MSU Mankato 59 24 19 4 1 0/1
Bowling Green 47 24 14 7 3 1/1
Lake Superior State 47 24 15 7 2 0/0
Northern Michigan 44 24 14 8 2 0/0
Bemidji State 44 24 13 8 3 2/0
Michigan Tech 37 24 11 10 3 1/0
Alaska (Fairbanks) 31 24 9 13 2 2/0
Alabama Huntsville 22 24 6 16 2 1/1
State Ferris 18 24 5 16 3 0/0
Alaska Anchorage 11 24 2 19 3 1/1

FOINSE: Grand Forks Herald

Today's games

Alabama Huntsville at Ferris State, 6:07 p.m.

Alaska Anchorage at Michigan Tech, 6:07 p.m.

Lake Superior State in Northern Michigan, 6:07 p.m.

Bowling Green at Bemidji State, 7:07 p.m.

MSU Mankato at Alaska Fairbanks, 10:07 p.m.

Saturday Games

Alabama Huntsville at Ferris State, 6:07 p.m.

Alaska Anchorage at Michigan Tech, 6:07 p.m.

Lake Superior State in Northern Michigan, 6:07 p.m.

Bowling Green at Bemidji State, 7:07 p.m.

MSU Mankato at Alaska Fairbanks, 10:07 p.m.

Other games today

Union at Colgate, 6 p.m.

RPI at Cornell, 6 p.m.

Yale at Dartmouth, 6 p.m.

Donn at Harvard, 6 p.m.

Clarkson at Princeton, 6 p.m.

St. Lawrence at Quinnipiac, 6 p.m.

Boston College at Maine, 6 p.m.

Northeast at New Hampshire, 6 p.m.

Holy Cross at Bentley, 6 p.m.

Air Force at Mercyhurst, 6:05 p.m.

Canisius at Niagara, 6:05 p.m.

Robert Morris at RIT, 6:05 p.m.

Army at Holy Heart, 6:05 p.m.

Boston University in Vermont, 6:05 p.m.

Merrimack at UMass Lowell, 6:15 p.m.

Pairwise Parking

  1. St Cloud State 21-4-3
  2. UMass 23-6
  3. Minnesota Duluth 18-8-2
  4. Denver 16-7-4
  5. MSU-Mankato 24-6-2
  6. Quinnipiac 22-6-2
  7. Ohio State 19-7-4
  8. Arizona State 21-10-1
  9. West Michigan 17-10-1
  10. Cornell 15-7-3
  11. Northeast 19-9-1
  12. Providence 18-9-5
  13. Clarkson 20-10
  14. UMass Lowell 17-10-2
  15. Harvard 14-8-3
  16. Bowling Green 19-8-4
  17. Notre Dame 16-11-3
  18. Penn State 17-11-2
  19. Lake Superior State 20-8-2
  20. Union 15-9-6
  21. North Dakota 14-13-2
  22. Minnesota 13-14-4
  23. Yale 13-9-3
  24. Michigan 12-12-6
  25. New Hampshire 11-10-8

Staff statistics

UND

Scoring

29 Jordan Kawaguchi so f 8-13–21

3 Matt Kiersted so d 6-9–15

8 Nick Jones sr f 5-10–15

24 J Bernard-Docker fr d 5-10–15

6 Colton Poolman jr d 4-9–13

22 Rhett Gardner sr f 8-4–12

26 Cole Smith jr f 2-9–11

19 Mark Senden fr f 5-5–10

2 Gabe Bast so d 4-6–10

16 Mismash Grant so f 5-4–9

27 Ludvig Hoff jr f 3-5–8

28 Hayden Shaw sr d 2-6–8

18 Collin Adams so f 2-5–7

10 Gavin Hain fr f 4-2–6

9 Dixon Bowen jr f 3-3–6

21 Jackson Keane fr f 2-4–6

14 Jasper Weatherby fr f 3-2–5

17 Jonny Tychonick fr d 0-4–4

25 Joel Janatuinen sr f 1-2–3

5 Casey Johnson jr d 1-1–2

4 Andrew Peski jr d 1-1–2

7 Zach Yon jr f 1-0–1

31 Adam Scheel fr g 0-1–1

20 Josh Rieger so d 0-0–0

1 Peter Thome so g 0-0–0

35 Ryan Anderson sr g 0-0–0

Progressing

31 Adam Scheel fr 13-10-2 2.07 .910

1 Peter Thome so 1-3-0 3.75 .838

35 Ryan Anderson sr 0-0-0 0.00 1,000

Minnesota Duluth

Scoring

19 Justin Richards so f 10-17–27

7 Scott Perunovich so d 3-21–24

39 Parker Mackay sr f 11-11–22

23 Nick Swaney so f 12-8–20

25 Peter Krieger sr f 4-13–17

21 Noah Cates fr f 6-9–15

27 Riley Tufte jr f 5-8–13

24 Mikey Anderson so d 4-9–13

5 Nick Wolff jr d 3-10–13

17 Cole Koepke fr f 3-10–13

4 Dylan Samberg so d 5-5–10

10 Kobe Roth so f 5-5–10

20 Jackson Cates fr f 5-5–10

13 Tanner Laderoute fr f 7-2–9

6 Louie Roehl so d 1-7–8

11 Koby Bender so f 3-1–4

3 Matt Anderson so d 0-4–4

26 Jade Miller jr f 0-3–3

16 Billy Exell sr f 1-1–2

18 Jesse Jacques fr f 1-0–1

12 Jarod Hilderman jr d 0-1–1

8 Lellig Hunter fr d 0-0–0

28 Jake Rosenbaum fr d 0-0–0

32 Hunter Shepard jr g 0-0–0

37 Nick Deery jr g 0-0–0

Progressing

32 Hunter Shepard jr 18-8-2 1.73 .924

37 Nick Deery jr 0-0-0 3.72 .800

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