Minnesota and Ohio State Standouts Named Three Stars




First Star
Ryan Dzingel, Ohio State
F – Jr. – Wheaton, Ill.

  • Led the nation with six points (three goals and three assists) last week to help Ohio State sweep Penn State in a weekend series
  • Scored two goals, including one shorthanded, and added an assist in Friday’s 5-1 victory
  • Tallied three points (one goal and two assists) in the second period on Saturday to help the Buckeyes turn a 2-0 deficit into a 3-2 lead
  • Leads all Big Ten players with 36 points (17 goals and 19 assists) this season and is fourth in the nation with 1.50 points per game
  • Claims his third career Big Ten weekly award and first since being named Second Star on Jan. 14
  • Last Ohio State honoree: Christian Frey (Second Star) on Jan. 28

Second Star
Adam Wilcox, Minnesota
G – So. – South Saint Paul, Minn.

  • Recorded a .959 save percentage and 0.96 goals-against average as Minnesota claimed four out of six points against Michigan State
  • Notched his sixth career shutout and third of the season with a 1-0 win on Saturday
  • Extended his personal unbeaten streak to 14 games (10-0-4), the longest active streak in the nation
  • Leads all Big Ten goalies and is second nationally with 18 victories this season
  • Earns his third career and second consecutive Big Ten weekly award
  • Last Minnesota honoree: Adam Wilcox (Third Star) on Jan. 28

Third Star
Christian Frey, Ohio State
G – Fr. – Arlington, Texas

  • Stopped 70 of the 73 shots he faced (.959 save percentage) to lead Ohio State to a series sweep of Penn State
  • Registered a career-high 46 saves during Friday’s 5-1 win
  • Turned aside 24 shots on Saturday, including the final 20 that he faced in a 5-2 victory
  • Improves his record to 5-1-0 with a .936 save percentage since joining the team for the spring semester
  • Earns his second career and second consecutive Big Ten weekly award
  • Last Ohio State honoree: Christian Frey (Second Star) on Jan. 28

 

 

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