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St. Cloud State celebrates
, The Canadian Press

PITTSBURGH – Nolan Walker scored 53.2 seconds ahead of a diversion and St. Cloud State held back 5-4 against Minnesota State on Thursday night to advance to the program’s first national championship game. < St. Cloud State (20-10-0) led 3-1 early in the second half and was 4-3 behind with 15 minutes remaining before winning his 10th one-goal game of the season.

« I was just really glad our guys didn’t come down, they stuck to it, they found a way to get a puck into the net, » said Brett Larson, St. Cloud State coach. « Joe Molenaar came up with a huge goal, just added it to the lineup and obviously got into the difficult areas and gave a tip late. »

The State of Minnesota took its first lead, 4-3, at the Frozen Four 4 : 18 in the third half when Dallas Gerads shot Walker Duehr’s centering pass.

But Molenaar, a newcomer, linked it at 4 with his first career goal in the middle of the third, and Walker got a stick on the defender’s shot Seamus Donohue to win.

David Hrenak made 25 saves for the Huskies who were injured at the end of the season in the East Regional without their top scorer, Easton Brodzinski.

St. Cloud State opened the game with 3:18 with a power play goal from captain Spencer Meier. Ten seconds after Nathan Smith drew 1-1 in another power game, Kyler Kupka put an end to Walker’s individual feat by firing a shot into a gaping net to give the Huskies a 2-1 lead. p> Will Hammer, a fourth row center, made it 3-1 early in the second half by profiting from revenue for an unsupported goal.

Duehr drew Minnesota State within 3-2 down the center the second round by sending in a rebound for his 10th goal of the season. Less than a minute later, Minnesota State had another power game and Smith tied it when he reconsidered a wrist shot for his fourth goal in three games.

Minnesota State goalkeeper (22-5-1), Dryden McKay, who two shutouts shy away from tying the NCAA record at 26, scoring 17 saves.

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