Wolverines’ big rally in third stuns Badgers
• MICHIGAN 7, WISCONSIN 4: The No. 16 Wolverines (14-7, 6-1) scored four unanswered goals in the third period to beat the Badgers (2-14-3, 0-4-1-1) in Madison, Wis. The first three goals in that rally — by Zach Hyman, Alex Kile and Justin Selman — came in a 2 minute, 3 second span in the middle of the final period. Selman had a hat trick, with a goal every period. Grant Besse had two goals for Wisconsin, which led 4-1 early in the second period.
• MICHIGAN STATE 4, OHIO STATE 1: Brent Darnell had the eventual winning goal in the second period and also had two assists as the Spartans (8-12-2, 2-3-2-2) beat the visiting Buckeyes (7-12-2, 2-5-0). Matt Berry, Mackenzie MacEachern and Ryan Keller had the other goals for Michigan State. Dave Gust scored for OSU.
• PENN STATE 5, NORTHERN MICHIGAN 4: After falling behind 4-1, the host Nittany Lions (12-7-3) rallied to edge the Wildcats (9-9-5). Casey Bailey started the comeback with a goal — his 14th of the season — with 23 seconds left in the second period. Dylan Richard’s shorthanded goal at 3:34 of the third period cut Northern Michigan’s lead to 4-3. Then David Glen and Scott Conway scored within 2:20 of each other. Conway’s goal came at 16:40. Northern Michigan goalie Mathias Dahlstrom made 48 saves.
• NORTH DAKOTA 2, COLORADO COLLEGE 1: Michael Parks’ shorthanded goal at 6:37 of the third period broke a 1-all tie to give No. 2 UND (17-5-2, 8-4-1) a victory over the Tigers (5-15-1, 1-10-1) at Ralph Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks, N.D. It was the sixth shorthanded point for him. Parks also had an assist on Mark MacMillan’s tying goal in the 17th minute of the second period. Alex Roos had the only goal for Colorado College four minutes into the game. The Tigers outshot UND 31-28, but goalie Zane McIntyre was solid for the home team with 30 saves.
• ST. CLOUD STATE 7, WESTERN MICHIGAN 0: David Morley scored two goals and Joey Benik had four assists as the Huskies (10-12-1, 5-7-1) routed the visiting Broncos (10-10-3, 3-7-3-3). Charlie Lindgren made 23 saves for the shutout.