Friday's Hockey Results

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#12/12 MICHIGAN 3, #9/9 WISCONSIN 1
Tyler Motte and Alex Guptill scored in a 1:20 span in the first period, Zach Hyman added a second-period goal, and Zach Nagelvoort made 26 saves to lead the 12th-ranked University of Michigan men's hockey team to a 3-1 win over No. 9 Wisconsin on Friday night (Jan. 31) at Yost Ice Arena. With the win, Michigan head coach Red Berenson is now tied with Rick Comley for fourth on the all-time Division I coaching wins list with 783 wins in 30 years behind the bench at U-M. RECAP

Behind 46 saves from freshman goalie Christian Frey and 11 points from its junior class, the Ohio State men's hockey team downed Penn State, 5-1, Friday in Value City Arena. Juniors Ryan Dzingel and Max McCormick each scored twice in the win, with Big Ten leading scorer Dzingel adding an assist for a three-point night. Junior Tanner Fritz had two assists in the victory. RECAP

MICHIGAN STATE 2, #1/1 MINNESOTA 2 (MSU wins shootout, 2-1)

Michigan State and top-ranked Minnesota played to a 2-2 tie, while the Spartans picked up an extra point in the Big Ten standings by winning the shootout, on Friday night at Mariucci Arena in Minneapolis, Minn. With the teams still knotted, 2-2, after 65 minutes, it took six rounds in the shootout to decide the team that would earn an additional point in the Big Ten standings. After Matt Berry and Taylor Cammarata both scored in the fifth round of the shootout, JT Stenglein opened the sixth round with a blast that beat Minnesota goaltender Adam Wilcox. Jake Hildebrand responded by stoning Sam Warning at the other end, giving MSU the 2-1 shootout win. RECAP

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