College hockey: Huskies win, Bulldogs don't

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After a 13-day break, the University of Minnesota Duluth men’s hockey team resumed its season against Maine at the Florida College Classic. The Duluth News Tribune reports Maine defeated Minnesota Duluth 1-0 in the first round of the tournament in Estero, Fla. Maine scored the game's only goal of the game in the second period. Saturday afternoon, the Bulldogs will go up against Ferris State in the consolation final.

Meanwhile, St. Cloud State came back from a Thursday night loss to Rensselear Polytechnic Institute. The Huskies defeated RPI on Friday night by a score of 2-1. The St Cloud Times reports that Drew LeBlanc scored both goals in the win at the National Hockey and Event Center. That puts LeBlanc in the top spot on NCAA Divison I scoring list. LeBlanc has 7 goals and 21 assists for 28 points this season.

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