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Moore atones for mistake with 2 goals as Denver rallies to tie North Dakota, win shootout

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GRAND FORKS, North Dakota — Trevor Moore scored two goals and got the only goal in a three-player shootout as Denver rallied to earn a 3-3 overtime tie with second-ranked North Dakota Saturday in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference.

Moore atoned for an early major penalty that led to two North Dakota power-play goals and a 2-0 first-period deficit.

UND led 3-1 after two periods but Moore and Tariq Hammond scored to send the game to overtime. Moore also scored in the second period for the Pioneers (16-10-2, 9-8-1-1).

Denver goalie Evan Cowley made 35 saves. He stopped Michael Parks, Luke Johnson and Drake Caggiula in the shootout.

Caggiula scored in the third period to give UND (20-6-3, 11-5-2-0) a 3-1 lead. Keaton Thompson and Nick Mattson scored in the first period for second-ranked North Dakota, which is tied with Nebraska-Omaha for the lead in the NCHC.

Zane McIntyre made 34 saves for UND.

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