Addison DeBoer scored short-handed in the first period, and Richard Bachman made 20 saves in goal as Colorado College held on to beat Minnesota 1-0 on Sunday.
Bachman stopped nine shots in the first, five in the second and seven in the third to notch his third shutout of the season as the teams split the weekend series. The ninth-ranked Tigers (10-6-4, 7-5-2 WCHA) are 8-1-1 this season in the second game of a series.
The Gophers (8-3-5, 7-2-3) were shutout for the first time this season. Alex Kangas stopped 22 shots for second-ranked Minnesota.
DeBoer's third goal of the season came on a rebound as Kangas stopped an initial shot by Andreas Vlassopoulous. DeBoer was alone on the opposite side to score on an open net.
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