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ST. CLOUD, Minn. — Kasimir Kaskisuo stopped 49 shots, and Karson Kuhlman scored twice in Minnesota-Duluth’s 4-1 victory over No. 3 St. Cloud State on Friday.

Kaskisuo made 21 saves in the third period as the Bulldogs (12-14-5, 8-10-3 NCHC) held on to stay tied for fourth place with Miami in the NCHC standings.

Adam Johnson, Brenden Kotyk and Kuhlman scored first-period goals to stake Minnesota-Duluth to a 3-0 lead.

Mikey Eyssimont scored in the second period for the Huskies (25-7-1, 15-5-1), who fell three points behind first-place North Dakota with three games left in the regular season.

Charlie Lindgren stopped 31 shots for St. Cloud State.