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UND vs. Omaha live game updates (Friday night)

SCROLL DOWN on this page for live game updates of the series opener between Omaha and No. 19 UND.

Omaha at No. 19 North Dakota

When: 7:37 p.m. tonight.

Where: Ralph Engelstad Arena.

TV: Midco Sports Network (GF Ch. 27/622).

Radio: The Fox (96.1 FM) or iHeart Radio.

Webcast: NCHC.tv.

Pregame lineup notes: UND will have a pair of key forwards back in the lineup tonight. Nick Jones, who missed the last four games with a lower-body injury, is playing right wing on Rhett Gardner's line. Grant Mismash, who hasn't played since January due to a knee injury, is listed as the 19th skater. His minutes are expected to be limited. Mismash missed nine games with the knee injury. Collin Adams and Andrew Peski moved out of the lineup. The Fighting Hawks will still be shorthanded. They're playing their fifth-straight game without starting goalie Adam Scheel (knee) and 15th-straight game without forward Joel Janatuinen (undisclosed).

UND's lines

Forwards

10 Gavin Hain-19 Mark Senden-26 Cole Smith

21 Jackson Keane-22 Rhett Gardner-8 Nick Jones

7 Zach Yon-29 Jordan Kawaguchi-9 Dixon Bowen

27 Ludvig Hoff-14 Jasper Weatherby-5 Casey Johnson

16 Grant Mismash

Defensemen

3 Matt Kiersted-6 Colton Poolman

28 Hayden Shaw-24 Jacob Bernard-Docker

17 Jonny Tychonick-2 Gabe Bast

Goaltenders

1 Peter Thome

35 Ryan Anderson

34 Harrison Feeney

Omaha's lines

Forwards

11 Mason Morelli-28 Fredrik Olofsson-17 Taylor Ward

10 Kevin Conley-21 Ryan Galt-27 Zach Jordan

19 Tristan Keck-14 Teemu Pulkkinen-26 Steven Spinner

9 Riley Alferd-13 Chayse Primeau-40 Tyler Weiss

Defensemen

7 Nate Knoepke-18 Dean Stewart

20 Ryan Jones-8 Lawson McDonald

5 John Schuldt-6 Lukas Buchta

2 Jason Smallidge

Goaltenders

35 Evan Weninger

1 Alex Blankenburg

Brad Elliott Schlossman

Schlossman is in his 14th year covering college hockey for the Herald. In 2016 and 2018, he was named the top beat writer in the country by the Associated Press Sports Editors. He also was the NCHC's inaugural Media Excellence Award winner in 2018. Schlossman 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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