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UW-River Falls' sophomore Nolan Craner (18) tries to squeeze the puck between the pipe and St. Thomas goaltender Tyler Chestnut in the first period of the Falcons' 4-2 win over the Tommies Saturday night at Hunt Arena. Bob Burrows photo

Falcons regaining their form

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After stumbling out of the gate at the beginning of the season, the UW-River Falls men's hockey team may be starting to hit its stride.

The Falcons won their third straight game, 4-1, over St. Thomas Saturday night at Hunt Arena in their first game back from break. They continue their nonconference swing at Concordia-Moorhead Wednesday night and at home against St. John's Friday.

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