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The quick rundown: UND 4, Miami 1

UND 4, Miami 1

The story: After only generating four shots on goal in the first period -- and just one at even strength -- UND scored three times in the second period. Nick Jones scored twice and drew the power play that created the third goal.

Three stars: 1. Nick Jones, UND, 2 goals; 2. Peter Thome, UND, 27 saves; 3. Grant Mismash, UND, goal, assist.

Did you notice? Regular public address announcer Darrin Looker was out of town, so Josh Jones handled the public address duties. Jones was the public address announcer for the UND women's program.

Lineup notes: UND played its third straight game without starting goalie Cam Johnson (lower body). Peter Thome again made the start in his place and Ryan Anderson served as backup. Senior forward Trevor Olson (upper body) and sophomore forward Ludvig Hoff (upper body) both missed their third game in a row. 

Updated records: UND 7-2-2, Miami 4-5.

Up next: Miami at UND, 7:07 p.m. Saturday, Ralph Engelstad Arena.

UND 4, MIAMI 1

First period -- No scoring. Penalties -- Johnny Simonson, UND, high sticking, 2:49; Austin Alger, MIA, hooking, 4:42; Phil Knies, MIA, hooking, 6:26; Collin Adams, UND, hooking, 16:46

Second period -- 1. UND, Nick Jones 4 (Colton Poolman 4) 4:03; 2. UND, Rhett Gardner 3 (Shane Gersich 4) 16:17 (pp); 3. UND, Jones 5 (Jordan Kawaguchi 1, Grant Mismash 6) 18:07. Penalties -- Nick Jones, UND, holding, 1:56; Conor Lemirande, MIA, tripping, 8:59; Rourke Russell, MIA, hooking, 15:19

Third period -- 4. MIA, Karch Bachman 2 (Grant Frederic 1, Alec Mahalak 1) 7:26; 5. UND, Mismash 4 11:26. Kawaguchi, UND, tripping, 12:32; Alger, MIA, hooking, 14:57; Dixon Bowen, UND, slashing, 19:15

Goalie saves -- UND: Peter Thome 9-8-10 -- 27; MIA: Ryan Larkin 4-8-10 -- 22

Penalties-minutes -- UND 5-10, MIA 5-10

Power plays -- UND 1-5, MIA 0-5

Attendance -- 11,389

Referees -- Nick Krebsbach and Nathan Wieler

Brad Elliott Schlossman

Schlossman is in his 13th year covering college hockey for the Herald. In 2016, he was named the top beat writer in the country by the Associated Press Sports Editors. He has voted in the national college hockey poll since 2007 and has served as a member of the Hobey Baker and Patty Kazmaier Award committees.

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