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michael kors handbags A quick start wasn t enough for the Friday night on its first visit to the . The Nittany Lions struck first on a Kenny Brooks power-play goal less than four minutes after the puck dropped, but the second-ranked reeled off the next five in a before 9,929 spectators in Minneapolis. Minnesota (22-4-5, 11-2-2-0) led 3-1 after 20 minutes, 5-1 after 40 and head coach Don Lucia s team cruised to its 15th home win in 16 tries this season. Goalie Adam Wilcox made 30 saves to earn the victory. Matthew Skoff finished with 31 stops in net for Penn State (6-21-2, 2-12-1-0), which has lost all three of its games this season against Minnesota by a combined 13-5 margin. The series wraps up with a 7 p.m. game Saturday back at Mariucci Arena.Kenny BrooksMark Selders / Penn State Brooks, a forward playing defense again with Luke Juha and Nate Jensen still sidelined, opened the scoring for PSU just 3:12 into the game. He jammed the rebound of a Zach Saar shot past Wilcox while the Gophers were down a man. A defensive-zone turnover by David Thompson helped Minnesota answer back less than five minutes later. Thompson s ill-advised clearing pass was intercepted by Mike Reilly at the blueline, and Reilly fed Sam Warning, who ripped a shot over Skoff s glove at 7:55 to tie things up. The Gophers featuring a roster with 14 NHL draft picks went ahead for good at 11:05 after buzzing the net around Skoff. The goalie, with help from Mark Yanis and David Goodwin, somehow managed to keep the puck out of the net for a while. Minnesota finally struck when Skoff lost his stick and Hudson Fasching buried a rebound shot from in tight. After Fasching carried the puck up ice on a partial breakaway, fighting off Eric Scheid s check, he slid a cross-crease pass that Kyle Rau tipped behind Skoff at 16:10. The Lions were lucky to escape the remainder of the period unscathed as the Golden Gophers had another goal waved off by a quick whistle, but things didn t stay that way. Just 30 seconds into the middle period, Taylor Cammarata made it 4-1, one-timing Travis Boyd s back-door feed past a helpless Skoff. Nate Condon netted the Golden Gophers first short-handed goal of the season at 12:30, snapping a wrist shot under Skoff s blocker off a 2-on-1 rush. Neither team scored in the third period, where Minnesota held a 10-9 shots-on-goal edge.CONTACT: ON TWITTER: