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Boston College beats North Dakota 6-2

October 8, 2011

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GRAND FORKS, N.D.—Pat Mullane had two goals and an assist and Bill Arnold a goal and two assists to lead fifth-ranked Boston College over third-ranked North Dakota 6-2 in the championship game at the Ice Breaker Tournament on Saturday.

The Eagles (2-0-0) took over in the second period, scoring three goals in four minutes to take a 5-2 lead.

"It was a good hockey game to that point and we stubbed our on toe," North Dakota coach Dave Hakstol said. "We let one mistake turn into another one and that absolutely changed the hockey game."

With the game tied a 2-2 midway through the period. Boston College's Johnny Gaudreau scored on the power play, followed by Mullane less than three minutes later and Arnold a minute after that.

Arnold's goal chased North Dakota (1-1-0) goalie Aaron Dell, who made 10 saves. He was replaced by Brad Eidsness, who made seven saves.

Parker Milner made 22 saves for the Eagles. He had 17 in Friday's 5-2 win over Michigan State.

North Dakota's Corban Knight and Derek Forbert answered Mullane's first goal, giving UND its only lead, 2-1 at 5:23 of the second.

Chris Kreider and Steven Whitney also scored for the Eagles.

North Dakota came from a goal down in the third period to beat Air Force 4-3 on Friday.