Cam Johnson shut out the Bulldogs again Saturday night in Duluth. The sophomore UND goaltender earned his third straight shutout as the Fighting Hawks completed a National Collegiate Hockey Conference sweep of the University of Minnesota-Duluth with a 3-0 victory before 6,975 fans. Johnson won his sixth straight start since returning from an injury as league-leading UND heads into the Christmas break with a 16-2-2 overall record and as 9-1-0 NCHC mark. Duluth fell to 4-5-1 in the NCHC and 7-7-3 overall. Johnson recorded 38 saves after a 40-save performance Friday night and ran his scoreless streak to 218 minutes, 38 seconds, second-longest in school history. Only Gerald “Spike” Schultz, who recorded four straight shutouts in Jan. 1954, had a longer streak at 249:41. Tucker Poolman, Brock Boeser and Luke Johnson scored for UND. For Boeser, it was his 13th goal, the most for any UND freshman at the break since Zach Parise scored 13 in 2002. UND returns to action Jan. 1 at home against Alabama-Huntsville. Check out more photos from Russ Hons here.