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St. Cloud dominates Notre Dame 5-1, advances in NCAA tourney

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Fourth-seeded St. Cloud State upset in a 5-1 victory over Notre Dame to advance to Sunday's regional final in Toledo, Ohio.

The Huskies scored their last three goals in the second period to power past the top-seeded Irish, the St. Cloud Times reports.

Calgary Flames prospect Ben Hanowski had one goal and one assist in the victory. Freshman forward Joey Benik scored two goals and added an assist.

Minnesota State Mankato has a shot at taking on St. Cloud in the final. The Mavericks take on Miami at 4 p.m. Saturday.

Sunday's regional championship game happens at 3 p.m. SB Nation says the fact that the Huskies put Saturday's game to bed in the second period, allowing them to roll all of their lines, could play a factor in tomorrow's game.

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