Late goal sends Notre Dame to Frozen Four final over MI

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Senior captain Jake Evans scored with 5.2 seconds left to lift the Fighting Irish past MI 4-3 in the Frozen Four inside the Xcel Energy Center.

Dancs shot from the left wall deflected off the arm of Notre Dame's Dennis Gilbert in front of the net for a 2-0 MI lead 17 seconds into the middle period, but Oglevie answered for Notre Dame just over two minutes later with his eighth power-play goal of the season.

Notre Dame advances to face Minnesota Duluth - a 2-1 victor of Ohio State - in the national championship.

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Jake Evans scored his second goal of the game with 5.2 seconds left and Notre Dame beat MI 4-3 on Thursday night in the Frozen Four semifinals. Duluth lost 3-2 to Denver in the title game last season in Chicago. The Bulldogs scored two quick goals and held off Ohio State 2-1 in the other semifinal. In addition, 25% of freshmen playing NCAA Division I hockey are alumni of the NAHL.

If Notre Dame scored the next goal, the Bulldogs would stay alive. It capitalized with the man-advantage once again at the 2:41 mark that cut the lead to 2-1. Evans somehow came up with the puck sandwiched between Cooper Marody and Dexter Dancs, and put the puck under goalie Hayden Lavigne for a picture flawless goal.

MI got off to good starts in both the first and seconds periods. Senior forward Dexter Dancs' shot from a sharp angle deflected off a Notre Dame defenseman in front and in the net.