Jonathan Toews slapped the puck past Boston College goalie Cory Schneider during a North Dakota power play at 3:15 of the second period.
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Boston College's Brian Boyle goes head-to-head with North Dakota's Jonathan Toews.
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Boston College's Mike Brennan battles against the boards with North Dakota's Andrew Kozek.
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By defeating North Dakota, the Eagles are one win away from claiming their first title since 2001.
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Boston College scored four goals against North Dakota goalie Phillippe Lamoureux in the final seven minutes to break a 2-2 tie.
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Nathan Gerbe scored the go-ahead goal with 4:06 left in the third period, leading Boston College to a 6-4 victory over North Dakota in the Frozen Four semifinals Thursday.
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Jeff Lerg made 29 saves, helping Michigan State rally from the early two-goal deficit to beat Maine.
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Michigan State scored three of its goals on rebounds given up by Maine goalie Ben Bishop. Bishop had allowed only one goal in his two previous games to help his team to the Frozen Four for the fourth time in six years.
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Jim McKenzie gets tripped up here but later scores off a rebound midway through the third period.
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Michigan State moved a step closer to winning its first national college hockey championship in 21 years, beating Maine 4-2 in the Frozen Four semifinals Thursday in St. Louis.
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