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Jeremiah Graves named Bemidji's MVP

By staff reports, 03/19/11, 2:03PM CDT

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Senior goaltender helped Lumberjacks post 23-3-2 record

Jeremiah Graves was named the Bemidji's most valuable player at the team's annual dinner after posting a .930 save percentage and 1.64 goals-against average for the Lumberjacks, who finished the season with a 23-3-2 record.

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