Bulldogs complete the sweep against Colorado College

Minnesota Duluth beat Colorado College 5-2 to wrap up their final series on home ice Saturday night. The Bulldogs are still two points behind first-place Minnesota. UMD will finish the regular season at St. Cloud State.
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Minnesota Duluth beat Colorado College 5-2 to wrap up their final series on home ice Saturday night. The Bulldogs are still two points behind first-place Minnesota. UMD will finish the regular season at St. Cloud State.

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