WCHA roundup: Beavers rally to beat CC

Bemidji State 4, No. 10 Colorado College 2

BEMIDJI – CC senior Tim Hall’s shorthanded goal during the second period wasn’t enough as Bemidji State’s Brance Orban scored twice to lead the host Beavers, 10-4-1 at home, to the win.

Rylan Schwartz scored his 19th of the season as the Tigers power play went 1-for-2 and the CC penalty kill was a perfect 1 of 1, including the shorty by hall. It was Hall’s second goal in five games.

It was CC’s first loss (13-1) after leading going into the third period. The Tigers are now in fourth after missing an opportunity to move within one point of second-place Minnesota Duluth.

No. 14 Denver 5, No. 1/2 Minnesota 3

DENVER — Jason Zucker scored the winning power play goal as the Pioneers moved into third-place in the WCHA with the win on NBC Sports Network.

No. 16 North Dakota 3, No. 3 Minnesota Duluth 1

DULUTH – The defending NCAA champion Bulldogs continue to struggle, losing at home before a North American TV audience on CBS Sports Network. Junior forward Carter Rowney scored two goals and added an assist to lead North Dakota on Friday night at AMSOIL Arena past the second-place Bulldogs.

Michigan Tech 3, Nebraska Omaha 3 OT

HOUGHTON — Senior forward Jordan Baker scored at 16:47 of the second period to lift the Michigan Tech Huskies into a 3-3 tie with the Nebraska Omaha Mavericks on Friday night at the MacInnes Student Ice Arena.

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