• MICHIGAN STATE 3, MICHIGAN 2 (OT): Matt DeBlouw scored on an overtime power play, Jake Hildebrand made 40 saves and the Spartans (7-18-2, 3-8 Big Ten) beat the fifth-ranked Wolverines (16-4-4, 7-2-2) on Friday night in Detroit, knocking Michigan out of a share of the Big Ten Conference lead. With Joseph Cecconi in the penalty box for slashing Joe Cox as he attempted a breakaway, DeBlouw fired a one-timer off a pass from Villiam Haag past Wolverines goalie Steve Racine, who lost for only the second time this season. Cox scored on a second-period penalty shot to give Michigan State a 1-0 lead, and after Michigan’s Tyler Motte scored his 23rd and 24th goals of the season, Cox tied the score with 6:10 remaining in regulation. Racine made 38 saves in a game played before an announced 20,027 at Joe Louis Arena.


• ST. CLOUD STATE 5, MIAMI (OHIO) 1: Charlie Lindgren made 35 saves, David Morley had a goal and an assist and the third-ranked Huskies (23-5-1, 13-3-1) extended their unbeaten streak to seven games (6-0-1) by beating the host RedHawks (10-13-3, 5-10-2). Morley’s goal at 11:35 of the second period broke a 1-1 tie after Miami’s Josh Melnick scored 15 seconds into the period. Ethan Prow, Judd Peterson, Blake Winiecki and Patrick Russell also scored for St. Cloud State.

• MINNESOTA DULUTH 5, COLORADO COLLEGE 3: Austin Farley and Alex Iafallo each scored two goals and the host Bulldogs (10-11-5, 6-8-3) turned back the Tigers (6-20-1, 4-12-1). Iafallo scored the tiebreaking goal 10:35 into the third period, and Farley made it 4-2 with 2:42 to play.


• MINNESOTA STATE MANKATO 5, BOWLING GREEN 1: Bryce Gervais had two shorthanded goals 1:22 apart in the third period as the Mavericks (15-9-5, 13-3-5) blew out the Falcons (15-9-6, 11-5-5). Gervais scored twice with Dylan Margonari in the penalty box for high-sticking.


• WCHA women’s commissioner Aaron Kemp resigned to pursue other opportunities, the eight-team league announced. Bill Robertson, the WCHA men’s commissioner, will replace him on an interim basis.