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Minnesota to play Union for title after beating buzzer

Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - Justin Holl couldn't have picked a better time to score his first goal of the season.In fact, he nearly ran out of time.Holl scored a shorthanded goal with 0.6 seconds remaining in regulation, sending Minnesota to the NCAA Men's Ice Hockey championship game with a 2-1 win over a stunned North Dakota squad.UND went on a power play when Connor Reilly was called for holding with 1:39 left. As the seconds counted down, the Gophers' Kyle Rau had a blocked shot go right to Holl, who fired the puck from the left circle and just inside the right post.Minnesota (28-6-6) will play Union for the national title on Saturday. The Dutchmen posted a 5-4 victory over Boston College in the first national semifinal at the Wells Fargo Center.The goaltenders for Minnesota and North Dakota were tremendous, keeping the contest between the former WCHA rivals scoreless well into the third period.Sam Warning gave the Gophers the lead at the 10:51 mark, but Connor Gaarder a...

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