Minn. Duluth Beats Ala.-Huntsville 4-3

DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — Caleb Herbert’s goal early in the third period gave Minnesota Duluth the lead for good, as the top-ranked Bulldogs edged Alabama-Huntsville 4-3 Saturday in men’s college hockey.

Minnesota Duluth (17-4-3), which won Friday’s game 2-1, struggled for the second straight night against the Chargers (2-24-1).

Jack Connolly had two goals and an assist to tie Mark Pavelich’s single-season school record for points in consecutive games at 22. He opened the scoring just 1:07 into the game.

Andrew Creppin had a goal and an assist for UAH. Teammate Tom Durnie scored to send the game into the third period tied 3-3.

Herbert scored at 2:52 of the third.

The Bulldogs outshot UAH 47-17. Chargers goalie Clarke Saunders kept the game close with 43 saves. UMD had a 99-35 shots-on-goal advantage in the two games.

Aaron Crandall made 14 saves as UMD extended its home winning streak to eight games.

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    Say what you want about losing. At least Huntsville knows how to ice skate since it rarely has ice, other than from the fridge. Good going Chargers!!!!

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