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A potential goal by J.P. LaFontaine late in the second period was disallowed.

Matt Christians - SB Nation

Minnesota State came close to ending the second period with a goal, but for the third time Saturday afternoon a goal review went the other way.

After St. Cloud State goalie Ryan Faragher made a save, J.P LaFontaine shot the rebound past him with seconds remaining for what appeared to be his second goal of the game. The referees, however, called a no goal on the ice and upheld the call much to the anger of Mavericks head coach Mike Hastings. It was determined that Teddy Blueger interfered with Faragher.

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Two previous reviews for Huskies goals were upheld in Saturday's North Star College Cup consolation game.

It could also prove to be costly. The Mavericks would have been trailing 5-3 and just added a power play goal by Johnny McInnis 5:37 into the third period. Instead, the hill is higher.

St. Cloud State leads Minnesota State 6-4 with 4 minutes left after a power play goal of its own was followed by LaFontaine finally scoring his second.

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(S/T CJ Fogler)