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PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Travis Oleksuk had two goals to lead Minnesota Duluth to a 5-2 men’s college hockey win over Providence on Friday.

Oleksuk scored in the second and third periods for the Bulldogs (2-3-0), who shook off last weekend’s sweep by Minnesota to outshoot the Friars 32-25.

Mike Seidel added a goal and assist and Brady Lamb and Max Tardy had two assists apiece.

UMD had a 23-12 shots-on-goal advantage in the last two periods. Kenny Reiter made 23 saves for the Bulldogs, while Alex Beaudry had 27 stops for Providence (2-1-0).

The Friars got goals from David Brown and Andy Balysky.

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