Found November 03, 2012 on Goon's World:
UND’s Forward lines 7 Danny Kristo (A)–10 Corban Knight (A)–27 Carter Rowney (A) 21 Brendan O’Donnell– 16 Mark MacMillan–13 Connor Gaarder 9 Drake Caggiula–19 Rocco Grimaldi–17 Colten St. Clair 28 Steph Pattyn–29 Bryn Chyzyk–11 Derek Rodwell UND Defense Parings  4 Derek Forbort – 24 Jordan Schmaltz 2 Andrew MacWilliam (C) – 5 Nick Mattson 18 Dillon Simpson–20 Joe Gleason UND Goalies  31 Zane Gothberg 33 Clarke Saunders Not in lineup: Michael Parks – 15 (injury), Daniel Senkbeil – 8, Coltyn Sanderson – 26, Andrew Panzarella – 22. Boston University Terriers  Terrier Forward lines  18 Wade Megan (C) – 7 Cason Hohmann – 17 Evab Rodrigues 19 Matt Nieto – 10 Danny O’Regan – 28 Sahir Gill 23 Matt Lane – 9 Wesley Myron – 12 Yasin Cisse’ 8 Ben Rosen– 15 Ryan Santana – 16 Sam Kurker Terrier Defense Pairings 21 Sean Escobedo – 6 Alexx Privitera 13 Garrett Noonan – 4 Patrick MacGregor 5 Matt Grzelcyk – 2 Ryan Ruikka (A)  Related articles North Dakota Bites Terriers in Grand Forks (insidehockey.com) North Dakota bites Terriers 4-2 (thehockeywriters.com) UND: The Weekend Ahead (11/2-11/3) (ndgoon.blogspot.com)
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