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Updated: November 11th, 2012 2:15am
Erik Haula's late tally helps Gophers to third point in Alaska

Erik Haula's late tally helps Gophers to third point in Alaska

ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- The Gophers men's hockey team still is looking for its first sweep on the road.

The "U" skated to a 2-2 tie with Alaska-Anchorage on Saturday night, finishing the weekend with three points in Western Collegiate Hockey Association play after Friday's 4-0 win.

Seth Ambroz scored early before Alaska took a 2-1 lead. Erik Haula's fifth goal of the season -- the Gophers' only at even strength all weekend -- knotted the score at 13:31 of the third period.

The Gophers outshot the Seawolves 5-0 in overtime, but neither team scored.

Adam Wilcox had 21 saves, moving to 5-1-1 this season.

The Gophers host Wisconsin next weekend.

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