NCAA Hockey Tournament 2012: Boston College Scoreless With Minnesota-Duluth After One

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Boston College and Minnesota-Duluth are scoreless after the first period in their NCAA Northeast Regional final Sunday night.

Boston College and Minnesota-Duluth are scoreless after one period of the NCAA Northeast Regional final in Worcester, MA.

The Eagles were unable to convert on three power play opportunities in the first period, and took an undisciplined too many men on the ice call themselves. The Minnesota-Duluth penalty kill was outstanding, neutralizing any chances Boston College had during the man advantage.

Boston College had eight shots in the first period, just one down from their first period total Saturday afternoon against Air Force. Bill Arnold and Brian Dumoulin led the Eagles in shooting with two shots each. Minnesota-Duluth threw seven shots on Eagles goalie Parker Milner.

The Eagles and Bulldogs are battling for the last spot in the NCAA Frozen Four. Union, Ferris State and Minnesota have already won their Regional finals and will be headed to Tampa, Florida the first week of April.

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