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MINNEAPOLIS — It took Minnesota three overtimes to punch its ticket to the 2013 Frozen Four as the Golden Gophers battled to a 3-2 triumph against North Dakota on Saturday. Junior Kelly Terry swatted in the game-winning goal with 1:09 remaining in the third period to keep the Golden Gophers’ season alive.After battling North Dakota and exhaustion, the Gophers (39-0-0) ended the longest game in program history as Terry pounded in a rebound with more than a minute remaining in the third overtime. Senior Mira Jalosuo took the initial shot from the blue line, and sophomore Rachael Bona joined Terry in the scrum in front of the net. Both were credited with assists on the goal.Both teams tallied a goal in each of the first two periods with the Maroon & Gold jumping to a quick early lead.It took the Gophers just 52 seconds to claim a 1-0 lead...

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