GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) – Connor Gaarder scored the game-winning goal with 1:22 to play as top-ranked North Dakota beat Colorado College 3-2 Saturday to sweep their National Collegiate Hockey Conference quarterfinal series.

Gaarder took a feed from Austin Poganski on a rush to the net and redirected the puck in to end the best-of-three series. UND (27-7-3) beat the Tigers 5-1 on Friday.

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Jordan Schmaltz and Brendan O’Donnell also scored goals for UND, which advances to the Frozen Four.

Goalie Zane McIntyre made 31 saves to win his 27th game of the season.

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Colorado College (6-26-3) led 1-0 after Teemu Kivihalme’s goal at 15:23 of the first period. Luc Gerdes tied it for the Tigers at 6:10 of the third.

Colorado College goalie Tyler Marble made 28 saves.

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