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Badgers Tie With Bemidji St. 2-2

Published On: Feb 08 2013 10:51:53 PM CST

No. 19 Wisconsin (11-9-7, 8-6-7 WCHA) took 1-0 and 2-1 leads, but made mistakes to let Bemidji State (5-16-6, 4-12-5 WCHA) even the game both times, and eventually settled for a 2-2 overtime tie.


·         Frosh Nic Kerdiles scored a power-play goal to give UW a 1-0 lead in the first period

·         Junior Sean Little was credited with UW’s second goal to make it a 2-1 contest at 19:01 of the second

·         Joel Rumpel made 25 saves, including four during a two-minute five-on-three penalty kill

·         Wisconsin’s seventh WCHA tie of the season ties the school record set in 2003-04 for conference ties

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