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Well Deserved Time Off


Providence earned the No. 2 seed in the Hockey East tournament and a bye to the quarterfinals with a win over Maine. Elsewhere, North Dakota locked up at least a share of the NCHC title, Colgate earned the final bye in the ECAC and tournament and Minnesota State made a big statement in the WCHA.

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