Saturday reading: Kerdiles, Denver, North Dakota, Minnesota

UMass Lowell right wing Josh Holmstrom puts a shot on goal as DU winger Chris Knowlton helps goalie Sam Brittain defend in the first period Friday night at Magness Arena. (Karl Gehring, The Denver Post)

According to the Wisconsin State Journal, Nic Kerdile’s season-long suspension was cut to 10 games, making him eligible to play in the Nov. 30 game against Denver.

CC fans will see Colorado Springs native Josh Holmstrom in uniform for No. 10 UMass Lowell, which lost 5-1 at the No. 7 Pioneers Friday night. Expect a motivate Riverhawks team at World Arena tonight. Holmstrom is pictured at left with fellow CS player Chris Knowlton.

Here are notes from No. 2 North Dakota’s 5-0 win over Alaska Anchorage at the 5th Annual Brice Alaska Gold Rush tournament in  Fairbanks. UND could be the first non-Alaska school to win the tourney.

Minnesota State is not exactly thrilled about tying RPI.

Lake Superior State showed considerable team defense in a 2-0 win over Bemidji State.

Here are some observations about No. 1 Minnesota’s 5-3 loss at (for now) unranked Michigan Tech.


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