Top-ranked Bulldogs surge past Alaska Anchorage

Sophomore J.T. Brown netted four goals to lead the University of Minnesota Duluth (18-5-4 overall, 12-4-3 WCHA) to a 4-1 victory over Alaska Anchorage. The only goal for the last-place Seawolves (6-17-2, 3-17-1) came late in the second period. The two teams will meet again Saturday night for the WCHA series-ender.
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Sophomore J.T. Brown netted four goals to lead the University of Minnesota Duluth (18-5-4 overall, 12-4-3 WCHA) to a 4-1 victory over Alaska Anchorage. The only goal for the last-place Seawolves (6-17-2, 3-17-1) came late in the second period. The two teams will meet again Saturday night for the WCHA series-ender.

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