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Derek Rodwell has added a spark to UND with linemates Stephane Pattyn and Derek Gaarder.
Pattyn-Rodwell-Gaarder line leads the way
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Updated: Wednesday 01/23/2014 17:10:05 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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Following a Nov. 29 loss to St. Lawrence, head coach Dave Hakstol shuffled lines of the North Dakota men's hockey team. One of the groups he put together was Derek Rodwell, Stephane Pattyn and Connor Gaarder.

The result has been very positive with that group contributing on the score sheet, as well as adding energy and big hits. The team, meanwhile, has gone 8-0-1 since the line was put together.

The line was recently featured on the North Dakota Hockey with Dave Hakstol TV show on Midco Sports Network. Watch the feature online at UNDsports.com or check out when it will air on Midco Sports Net. The show is also available on Fox College Sports nationwide.

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