2012 NCAA Hockey scores: Denver back on track

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Colorado's college hockey teams had a quiet week, but Denver and Air Force were both in action over the weekend.

It was a relatively slow weekend for Colorado's college hockey teams, but both Denver and Air Force were in action. The Pioneers got back on track with a beatdown of Boston while Air Force split two games. Colorado College did not play a game over the weekend.

Here are the scores from this weekend:

Saturday, Dec. 29

Denver Pioneers 6, Boston University Terriers 0
Getting back on track after a bad stretch of form, the Pioneers crushed the Terriers at Magness Arena thanks to goals from six different players. Denver went 3-8 on the power play during the blowout victory.

Minnesota Golden Gophers 4, Air Force Falcons 0
Air Force could never find their offense as they allowed the Gophers to score at least one goal every period, while only putting up a paltry 18 shots on net, a little more than half as many as the Gophers.

Sunday, Dec. 30

Air Force Falcons 6, Alabama-Huntsville Chargers 1
The Falcons put two goals on the board in the first three minutes and never let up, winning 6-1 thanks to two goals from Stephen Carew.

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