Saturday's Hockey Results

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Redshirt junior defenseman Nate Jensen recorded a goal and two assists for his first career three-point game and sophomore goaltender Matthew Skoff turned aside 27 shots, as the Penn State men's hockey team closed out the inaugural season at Pegula Ice Arena with a 4-2 victory against Ohio State Saturday afternoon. Penn State (7-25-2, 3-16-1-0 Big Ten) played in front of a sellout crowd of 5,892 fans, marking the 16th sellout of the season. The Nittany Lions were one of five NCAA Division I programs to play at more than 100 percent capacity at their home events. RECAP | BOX SCORE

Just minutes after a disappointing overtime loss on Friday, Wisconsin men's hockey coach Mike Eaves returned to the locker room to find his team already looking forward to a chance at redemption on Saturday. It got it--barely--thanks to four first-period goals that enabled it to hold on to a 4-3 win over Michigan State in the final game of the regular season. RECAP | BOX SCORE

#13/13 MICHIGAN 6, #1/1 MINNESOTA 2
Led by a three-point night by senior forward Luke Moffatt, No. 13/13 Michigan claimed a 6-2 victory over No. 1/1 Minnesota Saturday night at Yost Arena in the final game of the Big Ten regular season. The Wolverines skated out to a 5-0 lead with four goals in the second period, including both of Moffat's conversions. Freshman goalie Zach Nagelvoort made 25 saves in the contest before being replaced by senior netminder Adam Janecyk for the final 1:31 of the contest. RECAP | BOX SCORE

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