Found February 02, 2013 on Goon's World:
North Dakota Forward Lines 19 Rocco Grimaldi–10 Corban Knight (A) –7 Danny Kristo (A) 9 Drake Caggiula  –27 Carter Rowney (A)–15 Michael Parks 25 Mitch MacMillan – 16 Mark MacMillan - 17 Colten St. Clair 8 Dan Senkbeil–28 Stephane Pattyn– Derek Rodwell North Dakota Defense Pairings 2 Andrew MacWilliam (C) – 18 Dillon Simpson 4 Derek Forbort – 24 Jordan Schmaltz Nick Mattson – 20 Joe Gleason North Dakota Goalies 31 Zane Gothberg 33 Clarke Saunders 35 Tate Maris Not in the lineup: 13 Connor Gaarder, 29 Bryn Chyzyk, 22 Andrew Panzarella, 26 Coltyn Sanderson, 21 Brendan O’Donnell WCHA Officials: Referees: Tom Sterns (8), Matt Ulwelling (23), Linesman: Andy Carton (92), Nathan Freeman (78). Tentative Wisconsin Badgers Forward Lines 16 Joseph LaBate–9 Mark Zengerle–25 Michael Mersch 17 Nic Kerdiles–14 Jefferson Dahl–7 Tyler Barnes 20 Ryan Little (A)–21 Brendan Woods–18 Sean Little 26 Brad Navin–12 Keegan Meuer–8 Matt Pappe Wisconsin Badgers Defense Parings 28 Kevin Schulze–55 John Ramage 19 Jake McCabe–27 Frankie Simonelli 5 Chase Drake–24 Joe Faust Wisconsin Badgers Goalies 33 Joel Rumpel 30 Landon Peterson
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