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Beavers Hockey

The Bulldogs entered the weekend seventh in the eight-team CCHA. They certainly didn’t look like it.
On Friday afternoon, Bemidji State women’s hockey coach Jim Scanlan stressed the importance of adding on after the Beavers let a one-goal lead slip away in a 2-1 loss to St. Cloud State.
Not only did the Bemidji State men’s hockey defenseman score a goal, he may also have prevented one by himself.
The shot distribution was 38-19 in favor of the Bemidji State women’s hockey team on Friday at the Sanford Center. The chance distribution was slanted even further.

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The Bemidji State men’s hockey senior center and captain was also named a nominee for the Hobey Baker Award last Thursday.
That opportunity came last Saturday, when the fifth-year senior goaltender skated out as a starter against Minnesota Duluth.
For the second time this season, Elias Rosén has been named the best of the blueliners in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association.
The Bemidji State men’s hockey team refused to give up after going down 2-0 in the third period of its game against Bowling Green on Saturday in Bowling Green, Ohio.
Beaver fifth-years Paige Beebe and Lindsey Featherstone broke the school record for consecutive games played, participating in their 149th straight contest. They also tied the career games played mark of 151 and will have a chance to break it next week against St. Cloud State.
The Bemidji State men’s hockey team continued its winning ways on Friday in Bowling Green, Ohio, defeating host Bowling Green 5-3 for its third consecutive conference victory.

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Both Paige Beebe and Lindsey Featherstone played in their 148th consecutive game, which ties the program record set by Alexis Joyce in 2018.
Sophomore Hannah Hogenson was named the WCHA Goaltender of the Week, while freshman Claire Vekich was named the WCHA Rookie of the Week.
A weekend in which the Beavers gained six points on MSU in the WCHA standings was within reach.

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