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Gophers beat UMD 5-4, sweep the series

The Gophers capped an exciting weekend of hockey with another victory. They leave Duluth with two instant classics to their credit, two games with five goals, and most importantly, two wins over bitter-rival Duluth.
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The Minnesota Gophers claimed a series-sweep against Duluth Saturday after nearly blowing a three-goal lead late in the game.

The Bulldogs weren't short on chances, netting over 50 shots on goal.

The Gophers leave Duluth with two-straight wins over the defending national champions and a tremendous amount of confidence.

UP NEXT: Minnesota will host Vermont at Mariucci Arena. The Bulldogs will look to rebound at Providence College Friday.

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