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GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Brock Boeser’s goal with 5:21 remaining sent No. 4 North Dakota past Minnesota-Duluth 2-1 on Saturday.

Cam Johnson made 27 saves for the Fighting Hawks, who completed a sweep of the Bulldogs and stayed in a first-place tie with St. Cloud State in the NCHC.

Paul LaDue tied the game for North Dakota (24-5-3, 15-4-1 NCHC) in the second period after Cal Decowski opened the scoring for Minnesota-Duluth (11-14-5, 7-10-3).

Kasimir Kaskisuo stopped 25 shots for the Bulldogs, who have just three wins in their last 11 games (3-7-1).