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NCAA.com | November 7, 2013

Weekend Preview:
Most top 10 teams hit the road

SCHOOLWEEKEND GAMESLAST TIME OUTSLAP SHOTS

No. 1 Minnesota

  • Fri. and Sat. at St. Cloud St.
Beat Minnesota State-Mankato 7-0 on Saturday.Minnesota is 56-3-2 all-time against St. Cloud St., and has won the past 14 games.

No. 2 Wisconsin

  • IDLE
Beat then-No. 10 Ohio State 3-2 on Sunday.After killing off four penalties on Sunday, Wisconsin now has a penalty-kill percentage of .947.

No. 3 Cornell

  • Fri. at Rensselaer
  • Sat at Union (N.Y.)
Tied then-No. 9 Quinnipiac 1-1 on Saturday.Emily Fulton is averaging a goal per game and has eight assists in six games this year.

No. 4 North Dakota

  • IDLE
Beat Bemidji State 5-1 on Saturday.North Dakota is off for the weekend before traveling to top-ranked Minnesota, who has won 59 games in a row heading into the weekend.

No. 5 Boston College

  • Fri. at Vermont
  • Sun. vs. Northeastern
Beat Providence 2-1 in OT on Sunday. The Eagles lost to Northeastern in both the Beanpot final and Hockey East tournament semifinals last season.

No. 6 Clarkson

  • Fri. vs. Dartmouth
  • Sat. vs. No. 8 Harvard
Beat Yale 7-0 on Saturday.The Knights have put up a combined 92 shots in their past two games.

No. 7 Quinnipiac

  • Fri.  at Brown
  • Sat. at Yale
Tied then-No. 3 Cornell 1-1 on Saturday.The Bobcats have allowed two third-period goals this season and have scored 16 of their own.

No. 8 Harvard

  • Fri. at St. Lawrence
  • Sat. at No. 6 Clarkson
Beat Union (N.Y.) 2-0 on Saturday.Miye D'Oench scored twice on Saturday, becoming the third Harvard skater to record two goals in a game in the first four games this season.

No. 9 Mercyhurst

  • Fri. and Sat. at Robert Morris
Beat Maine 5-0 on Oct. 26.Sophomore Jenna Dingeldein is two points away from 50 in her career.

No. 10 Boston University

 

    • Sat. and Sun. vs. Maine
    Beat Connecticut 6-2 on Wednesday.The Terriers have allowed three goals or fewer in each of their first nine games, which is a program record.

     

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