Sophomore defenseman Wyatt Kalynuk, of Virden, Manitoba, had two goals and one assist as Wisconsin held off No. 12 Boston College 7-5 on Saturday night at the Kohl Center in nonconference hockey. The Badgers also won the series opener 3-0.

Goals by Linus Weissbach and Brock Caufield at 6 minutes, 32 seconds and 7:42 of the third period gave Wisconsin a 6-4 lead. David Cotton had a hat trick and an assist fort Boston College.

Jack Berry made 28 saves for the Badgers, Joseph Woll 26 for the Eagles.

No. 2 Notre Dame 3, Providence 0: Cale Morris stopped all 22 shots he faced and Joe Wegwerth got a power-play goal late in the second period to break a scoreless tie as the Irish beat the Friars in the championship game of the Ice Breaker tournament in Erie, Pa. Colin Theisen and Bobby Nardella scored the other goals for Notre Dame in the first 11 minutes of the third.

No. 3 Minnesota Duluth 5, No. 19 Michigan Tech 2: Tanner Laderoute scored two of UMD's five goals in the second period to lead the Bulldogs over the host Huskies. UMD outshot Michigan Tech 38-13.

No. 11 Minnesota State Mankato 5, No. 8 Boston University 3: Jared Spooner, Marc Michaelis and Riese Zmolek each had a goal and an assist as the host Mavericks completed a sweep of the Terriers.

Bemidji State 1, No. 13 North Dakota 1 (OT): Charlie Combs' goal with 4:14 left in the third period enabled the visiting Beavers to tie the Fighting Hawks. Grant Mismash scored for UND in the third minute of the game. Zach Driscoll stopped 26 shots for Bemidji State, including six in overtime. Adam Scheel made 15 saves for North Dakota, which lost the first game of the series 2-1 in Bemidji.

Northern Michigan 4, Michigan State 3: Darien Craighead's power-play goal at 6:29 of the third period for the Wildcats broke a 3-all tie. Patrick Khodorenko had a goal and an assist for the Spartans.

No. 1 Ohio State 3, Arizona State 0: Ronnie Hein scored two goals and Mason Jobst had one on a penalty shot as the visiting Buckeyes edged the Sun Devils. Tommy Nappier made 27 saves for the shutout. Joey Daccord stopped 32 shots for Arizona State and kept it a 1-0 game until the final 6½ minutes.