Taylor Cammarata and Adam Wilcox were honored as Big Ten hockey Stars of the Week on Tuesday.

Cammarata, a sophomore forward from Plymouth, was the First Star after leading all of college hockey with five points last weekend. He didn’t take a shot on goal, but assisted two in Friday’s 5-0 victory and assisted the first three goals in Sunday’s 4-2 win.

He co-leads the nation with 10 assists.

Wilcox, the Gophers’ junior goaltender from St. Paul, was the Second Star of the Week. He recorded his ninth career shutout on Friday night and moved into second place on the program’s all-time shutout list.

Wilcox finished the weekend with a .953 save percentage and 1.00 goals-against average.

Michigan State junior forward Michael Ferrantino was named the Third Star. 

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