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Junior hockey: Wilderness knocked off by St. Cloud

Cole Crusberg-Roseen scored Minnesota's only goal.

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Playing without three leading scorers, the Minnesota Wilderness slumped to a sixth-straight loss, 5-1 to St. Cloud on Friday night, Dec. 10, at Northwoods Credit Union Arena in Cloquet.

Blake Perbix scored twice for St. Cloud, which scored the game's first five goals.

Cole Crusberg-Roseen broke the shutout for the Wilderness with 6:07 to play.

Minnesota got 20 saves from Graham Burke before he exited due to injury. Jacob Zacharewicz made nine saves in relief.

Minnesota (13-13-1) completes the home and home with a game Saturday in St. Cloud.

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