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College men's hockey: Saints power past Finlandia

St. Scholastica scores four power-play goals in shutout.

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Arkhip Ledenkov scored three power-play goals and goaltender Nick Treciansky stopped all 28 shots he faced as St. Scholastica blanked Finlandia University 5-0 in NCHA action Saturday night in Hancock, Michigan.

Carson Rose also scored on the man-advantage as the Saints (4-5 overall, 3-3 NCHA) went 4-for-11 on power plays. The Lions (1-5, 1-5) were 0-for-11 with an extra attacker.

Hermantown graduate Nate Pionk scored the lone 5-on-5 goal at 13:54 of the third period.

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