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Friday's Hockey Results

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OHIO STATE (rv/-) 2, MICHIGAN STATE 2 (OHIO STATE wins shootout, 2-1)
With two power-play goals in the final 1:34 of regulation - including the game-tying tally with 1.7 left on the clock - the Ohio State men's hockey team rallied for a 2-2 tie at Michigan State Friday in Munn Ice Arena. The Buckeyes then won the shootout, 2-1 in five rounds, to pick up the extra point in league standings. Junior Tanner Fritz put Ohio State on the board at 18:26 of the third and senior Alex Szczechura netted the game-tying tally. RECAP

#10/10 MICHIGAN 7, PENN STATE 3
Andrew Copp and Zach Hyman scored twice, JT Compher had a goal and two assists, and Mac Bennett matched a career high with three assists to help the No. 10/10 University of Michigan ice hockey team earn a 7-3 win over Penn State at Pegula Ice Arena. In the first-ever meeting between the two teams, seven different Wolverines had multiple-point efforts in the contest. With the win, Michigan head coach Red Berenson moved into sole possession of fourth place on the all-time Division I coaching wins list, passing Rick Comley. RECAP

#12/12 WISCONSIN 2, #1/1 MINNESOTA 1
Grant Besse and Nic Kerdiles each tallied a goal and an assist while Joel Rumpel recorded 28 saves as the No. 12/12 Wisconsin men's hockey team completed a weekend sweep of No. 1/1 Minnesota with a 2-1 victory Friday night in front of a sellout crowd of 15,359 at the Kohl Center. RECAP

Friday's Hockey Schedule

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February 7
OHIO STATE (rv/-) at MICHIGAN STATE - 6:30 p.m., BTN
#10/10 MICHIGAN at PENN STATE - 7 p.m.
#1/1 MINNESOTA at #12/12 WISCONSIN - 9 p.m., BTN

All times are ET
Rankings: USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine

Thursday's Hockey Result

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#12/12 WISCONSIN 2, #1/1 MINNESOTA 1
Jake McCabe broke a 1-1 deadlock with 6:13 remaining in the third period and Joel Rumpel made 31 saves to lead the No. 12/12 Wisconsin men's hockey team to a 2-1 victory over No. 1/1 Minnesota Thursday night at the Kohl Center. The loss snapped Minnesota's nation-leading 14-game unbeaten streak, which began back on Nov. 29. RECAP

Thursday's Hockey Schedule

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February 6
#1/1 MINNESOTA at #12/12 WISCONSIN - 8:30 p.m., BTN

All times are ET
Rankings: USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine

Saturday's Hockey Results

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OHIO STATE (rv/-) 5, PENN STATE 2
The Ohio State men's hockey team scored five unanswered goals to defeat Penn State, 5-2, and earn a series sweep of the Nittany Lions Saturday afternoon in Value City Arena. Ohio State (14-9-1, 4-5-1- B1G) downed the Nittany Lions (4-17-1, 0-8-0-0 B1G), 5-1, Friday in game one of the series. RECAP

#12/12 MICHIGAN 2, #9/9/ WISCONSIN 2 (MICHIGAN wins shootout, 1-0)
Luke Moffatt scored a game-tying goal in the third period and had the lone shootout goal to help the 12th-ranked University of Michigan ice hockey team earn two points in the Big Ten standings on Saturday with a shootout win over No. 9 Wisconsin after a 2-2 regulation tie at Yost Ice Arena. Zach Hyman had two assists, and Zach Nagelvoort made 25 saves as Michigan extended its unbeaten streak to four games (3-0-1) and took five of six points from Wisconsin on the weekend. RECAP

#1/1 MINNESOTA 1, MICHIGAN STATE 0
The top-ranked Minnesota men's hockey team extended its NCAA-best unbeaten streak to 14 games with a 1-0 triumph over Michigan State Saturday night at Mariucci Arena. Gopher netminder Adam Wilcox pitched his third shutout of the season and sixth of his career to earn the win. RECAP

Saturday's Hockey Schedule

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February 1
PENN STATE at OHIO STATE (rv/-) - 2 p.m., ESPNEWS
#9/9 WISCONSIN at #12/12 MICHIGAN - 6:30 p.m., NBCSN
MICHIGAN STATE at #1/1 MINNESOTA - 8 p.m., FS North Plus/FS Detroit Plus

All times are ET
Rankings: USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine

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

OHIO STATE (rv/-) 5, PENN STATE 1
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

Friday's Hockey Schedule

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January 31
#9/9 WISCONSIN at #12/12 MICHIGAN - 6:30 p.m., BTN
PENN STATE at OHIO STATE (rv/-) - 7 p.m.
MICHIGAN STATE at #1/1 MINNESOTA - 9 p.m., BTN

All times are ET
Rankings: USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine

In The Polls

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Minnesota remains No. 1 in both national polls and has held down the top spot in one or both polls every week since Oct. 21. The Gophers have posted their best record through 24 games since 2006-07, when the team was 19-2-3 en route to the NCAA West Regional Final. Last weekend, Minnesota claimed the inaugural North Star College Cup at Xcel Energy Center with a 4-1 victory over then-No. 5 St. Cloud State followed by a 4-4 tie and shootout win against Minnesota Duluth.

Wisconsin, which split with Ohio State at the Kohl Center last weekend, remained at No. 9 in both polls for the third consecutive week. The Badgers will visit Michigan this weekend, which climbed two spots to No. 12 in both polls following a sweep of Michigan State. The Wolverines defeated the Spartans 2-1 Thursday at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit in the rivals' 50th meeting at the home of the Detroit Red Wings and completed the sweep with a 5-2 win Friday at Munn Arena.

Ohio State is receiving votes in the USCHO.com poll for the 11th consecutive week.

Saturday's Hockey Results

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#2/2 Boston College 3, PENN STATE 2
Forwards Taylor Holstrom and Eric Scheid each scored, but the Penn State men's hockey team fell to second-ranked Boston College, 3-2, in front of a sellout crowd of 6,214 fans at Pegula Ice Arena Saturday night. The Nittany Lions competed against a ranked team for the 10th time in a 13-game span. RECAP

OHIO STATE (rv/-) 3, #9/9 WISCONSIN 1
The Ohio State men's hockey team posted a 3-1 win over No. 9-ranked Wisconsin Saturday in the Kohl Center. Ohio State trailed by one in the second period but goals from freshman Nick Schilkey and junior Nick Oddo less than four minutes apart later in the stanza led the team to the win, with freshman goalie Christian Frey making 36 saves in the Ohio State net. RECAP

#1/1 MINNESOTA 4, Minnesota Duluth (rv/rv) 4
Minnesota won its first shootout in four tries this year to claim the inaugural North Star College Cup against Minnesota Duluth in front of 14,518 fans in downtown St. Paul at Xcel Energy Center. The Gophers got shootout goals from Kyle Rau and Seth Ambroz to secure the tournament win in a back-and-forth game, which officially ended as a 4-4 tie. RECAP
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