Henrik Borgstrom scored 3 minutes, 44 seconds into overtime and new No. 1 Denver moved into first place in the NCHC, beating visiting St. Cloud State 4-3 on Friday night.

Dylan Gambrell scored twice for Denver (23-6-4, 15-3-3), which jumped over Minnesota Duluth for the top spot in the conference. Denver has won eight in a row.

No. 18 St. Cloud State (15-15-1, 9-11-1) got a tying goal from Judd Peterson with 2:22 left in regulation but fell to 2-5-1 in OT this season.

Miami (Ohio) 3, Minnesota Duluth 3 (Miami gets extra point): Playing on his 20th birthday, Gordie Green scored the tying goal with 3:25 left in regulation for the Redhawks (9-16-7, 5-12-5 NCHC) vs. the host and No. 2 Bulldogs (20-5-7, 14-4-4). Green then scored in the 3-on-3 overtime for Miami.

Big Ten

Penn State 4, Michigan State 2: Dylan Richard scored a power-play goal with 4 minutes, 33 seconds to play, one of three third-period goals for the No. 11 Nittany Lions (19-8-2, 8-6-1) vs. the host Spartans (6-20-3, 2-11-2). Michigan State led 2-1 when Rhett Holland scored at 11:37 of the third period, but Chase Berger tied it for Penn State only 23 seconds later.

Ohio State 4, Michigan 2: Kevin Miller scored twice, and the host Buckeyes (17-8-6, 8-6-1) scored power-play goals in the closing moments of each of the first two periods vs. the Wolverines (9-17-3, 2-11-2).


Bemidji State 2, Minnesota State Mankato 1: Gerry Fitzgerald's power-play goal at 9:26 of the third period sent the host Beavers (20-12-3, 20-5-2-2) past the Mavericks (18-11-4, 14-9-4). Michael Bitzer made 26 saves for his nation-best 20th victory of the season.