Friday's college hockey roundup

  • Updated: February 1, 2014 - 12:11 AM

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Third line produces for Wolverines

• MICHIGAN 3, WISCONSIN 1: Tyler Motte and Alex Guptill scored 1 minute, 20 seconds apart in the opening period to lead the Wolverines (13-6-2, 5-2-0), No. 12 in the USCHO.com poll this week, over the No. 9 Badgers (14-8-1, 5-4-0). Zach Hyman, who plays on the third line with Motte, gave host Michigan a 3-0 lead in the second period before Jedd Soleway scored his first goal of the season about a minute later. Zach Nagelvoort stopped 26 shots for Michigan, which moved into a tie for second place in the conference with the Badgers.

• OHIO STATE 5, PENN STATE 1: Max McCormick and Ryan Dzingel each scored two goals as the Buckeyes (13-9-1, 3-5-1) routed the Nittany Lions (4-16-1, 0-7-0) in Columbus. McCormick’s first goal came at 10:30 of the opening period. OSU took a 3-0 lead early in the second period on goals 26 seconds apart by Matt Johnson and McCormick. Dzingel’s shorthanded goal made it 4-0 at 14:04 of the middle period and he added an empty-net goal in the third. Buckeyes goalie Christian Frey had 46 saves, including 18 in the third when Penn State’s David Goodwin scored on a power play. Eamon McAdam had 27 stops for the Nittany Lions.

NCHC

• MINNESOTA DULUTH 5, WESTERN MICHIGAN 2: The Bulldogs (11-9-3, 6-6-1-1) scored three unanswered goals in the third period to break a 2-2 tie in Kalamazoo, Mich. Justin Crandall had the first and third goals that period, Kyle Osterberg had the other. Crandall also had two assists for a four-point night. Osterberg, who had three points and was plus-3 for the game, gave UMD a 1-0 lead in the middle of the opening period on a power play. Willie Corrin and Caleb Herbert also had two assists for the Bulldogs. The No. 20 Broncos (12-9-4, 6-6-1-1) had a six-game unbeaten streak ended. UMD outshot Western Michigan 37-19, including 14-5 in the third period.

• ST. CLOUD STATE 5, OMAHA 3: Joey Benik’s two goals in the second period helped the No. 5 Huskies (14-5-4, 8-3-2) beat the visiting Mavericks (9-12-2, 6-5-2-1). Teammate Kalle Kossila had a goal and an assist. Zaun Raubenheimer’s goal in the first minute of the third period tied the score 3-3. Defenseman Kevin Gravel scored the winner for St. Cloud State with 3:22 left.

WCHA

• NORTHERN MICHIGAN 5, MINNESOTA STATE MANKATO 2: The Wildcats (11-12-2, 9-7-1) scored four goals in the third period — Ryan Kesti had the first and last — to beat the visiting Mavericks (14-13-0, 12-7-0 WCHA). The goals were Kestie’s second and third of the season. His second goal was shorthanded into an empty net. John Siemer and Dominik Shine had the other goals in the final period for Northern Michigan. Johnny McInnis and Chase Grant had goals for MSU Mankato, which was outshot 31-26.

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Houston 1 FINAL
Miami 1
Philadelphia 1 FINAL
Minnesota 7
St. Louis 3 FINAL
Detroit 4
Baltimore - WP: T. Wilson 10 FINAL
NY Yankees - LP: S. Baker 2
Boston 9 FINAL
Tampa Bay 6
Toronto 3 FINAL
Pittsburgh 8
Atlanta 5 FINAL
Toronto 3
Washington 2 FINAL
NY Mets 10
Chicago Cubs 5 FINAL
Cincinnati 9
San Diego 3 FINAL
Texas 2
San Francisco 9 FINAL
Seattle 8
Colorado 4 FINAL
Chicago Cubs 18
Cleveland 3 FINAL
Milwaukee 2
Oakland 10 FINAL
Chicago WSox 4
Los Angeles 5 FINAL
LA Angels 4
Kansas City 10 FINAL
Arizona 5
Atlanta 77 3rd Qtr 0:02
Charlotte 90
New York 23 2nd Qtr 8:31
Chicago 33
Golden State 7 1st Qtr 10:02
Milwaukee 4
Oklahoma City 8:00 PM
Utah
Denver 9:00 PM
Portland
Nashville 4 FINAL
Washington 3
Arizona 2 FINAL
Pittsburgh 3
San Jose 3 FINAL(SO)
Philadelphia 2
Anaheim 3 FINAL
NY Islanders 2
NY Rangers 2 FINAL
Boston 4
Tampa Bay 0 FINAL
Detroit 4
New Jersey 1 3rd Prd
Carolina 1
Florida 2 2nd Prd 4:32
Montreal 2
Ottawa 2 2nd Prd 1:10
Toronto 0
Los Angeles 0 2nd Prd
Minnesota 2
Columbus 1 2nd Prd
St. Louis 0
Buffalo 8:00 PM
Colorado
Dallas 9:00 PM
Vancouver
Arizona 78 FINAL
Wisconsin 85
Canisius 42 2nd Half 16:33
NJIT 42
Notre Dame 7:49 PM
Kentucky
San Jose 1 FINAL
New England 2
Orlando City 2 FINAL
Montreal 2
Los Angeles 0 2nd Half 30:00
D.C. 0
Sporting Kansas City 1 2nd Half 30:00
New York City 0
Red Bull New York 0 2nd Half 44:55
Columbus 0
Portland 0 1st Half 15:00
Vancouver FC 1
Colorado 0 1st Half 44:55
Houston 0
Seattle 0 1st Half 40:00
FC Dallas 0
Texas 54 FINAL
(1) Connecticut 105
Dayton 82 FINAL
(8) Louisville 66
(16) Duke 55 FINAL
(4) Maryland 65
Gonzaga 57 2nd Half 5:42
(6) Tennessee 43
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