Andrew Oglevie’s power-play goal for host Notre Dame with 3 minutes, 49 seconds left in the third period tied the score 2-2 against No. 1 Denver and that’s the way the nonconference season opener for both teams ended after a scoreless overtime.
Henrik Borgstrom had two goals for the Pioneers, the defending NCAA champions. Dylan St. Cyr stopped 46 shots for No. 4 Notre Dame.
MSU Mankato 6, Boston University 3: Daniel Brickley had a goal and three assists as the visiting Mavericks upset the No. 2 Terriers. MSU Mankato took a 4-2 lead in the first 5½ minutes of the second period on goals by Charlie Gerard and, on a power play, Ian Scheid.
Bemidji State 5, Minnesota Duluth 2: The Beavers scored three goals in a stretch a little over 3½ minutes early in the third period to stun the No. 5 Bulldogs. Adam Brady broke a 1-all tie with a power-play goal, and Justin Baudry and Brendan Harris got the next two goals.
Wisconsin 5, Boston College 2: Seamus Malone’s goal at 12:04 of the second period gave the No. 10 Badgers a 3-1 lead and proved to be the game-winner as the visitors beat the No. 13 Eagles.
Ohio State 1, RPI 1 (OT), tie: Dakota Joshua scored early in the second period as the Buckeyes tied the Engineers. Chase Perry, a sophomore from Andover, had 56 saves for RPI.
North Dakota 2, St. Lawrence 1: The No. 8 Fighting Hawks beat the visiting Saints on Collin Adams’ power-play goal with 3:49 left.
St. Cloud State 6, Alaska 3: Jimmy Schuldt and Nick Poehling each scored twice to lead the host Huskies, rated No. 6.