Big Ten Hockey Three Stars

March 14, 2017

First Star
Zach Nagelvoort, Michigan
G – Sr. – Holland, Mich.

  • Recorded a season-high 46 saves to shut out nationally ranked Penn State, 4-0, on Saturday
  • Earned his fifth career shutout and the second in his last three starts
  • Stopped at least 10 shots in each period, including 22 in the middle stanza
  • Claims his eighth career weekly award and second of the season
  • Last Michigan honoree: Zach Nagelvoort (First Star) on Feb. 28, 2017

Second Star
Mason Jobst, Ohio State
F – So. – Speedway, Ind.

  • Led the Big Ten with four points last weekend, guiding the Buckeyes to a pair of wins at nationally ranked Wisconsin
  • Tallied a goal and an assist in each contest
  • Earned a share of the Big Ten scoring title with 34 points in conference play and became the first Buckeye to eclipse 50 points in a season since R.J. Umberger did so in 2002-03
  • Claims his fourth career weekly award and third of the season
  • Last Ohio State honoree: Mason Jobst (First Star) on March 7, 2017

Third Star
Eric Schierhorn, Minnesota
G – So. – Anchorage, Alaska

  • Allowed one goal on 51 shots in 125 minutes of play over the weekend as the Gophers captured their fourth straight Big Ten Championship
  • Picked up his league-leading 23rd win and fifth shutout of the season on Friday
  • Among goaltenders who played in multiple games this weekend, Schierhorn led the nation in save percentage (.980) and goals-against average (0.48)
  • Earns his seventh career weekly award and fourth of the season
  • Last Minnesota honoree: Tyler Sheehy (Second Star) on March 7, 2017