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North Dakota skates past Badgers 3-2

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In a Top Ten showdown at the Kohl Center, Wisconsin came out on the losing end. No. 4 North Dakota scored a power play goal in the third period to edge No. 7 Wisconsin 3-2. 

Matthew Freytag scored both goals for Wisconsin. The junior forward recorded his second career two-goal game. Freshman Sean Dhooghe notched two assists. Kyle Hayton made 29 saves in the loss.

Wisconsin falls to 6-4-0 on the season. North Dakota improves to 6-2-1.

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