Sports Digest: Denver Wins NCAA Hockey Title

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Sports Digest: Denver Wins NCAA Hockey Title


Jarid Lukosevicius scored three goals in the second period, boosting Denver to a 3-2 victory over Minnesota Duluth on Saturday night in Chicago for the NCAA Division I hockey title. St. Louisian Michael Davies, and Troy Terry, had two assists and Tanner Jaillet made 38 saves as Denver (33-7-4) moved into a tie with North Dakota for second on the NCAA list with eight men's hockey titles, trailing Michigan (nine). Minnesota Duluth (28-7-7) got goals from Alex Iafallo and Riley Tufte. (AP)

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