Gophers shutout Alaska Anchorage

Kyle Rau scored twice and Nick Bjugstad and Ben Marshall added goals as the Gophers skated to a win at Alaska Anchorage. The defense was smothering, which allowed goalie Adam Wilcox to stop all 14 shots he faced for the 4-0 shutout.
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Kyle Rau scored twice and Nick Bjugstad and Ben Marshall added goals as the Gophers skated to a win at Alaska Anchorage. The defense was smothering, which allowed goalie Adam Wilcox to stop all 14 shots he faced for the 4-0 shutout.

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