• MICHIGAN 6, WISCONSIN 6 (Wolverines win shootout): Justin Selman had two goals and an assist for the No. 12 Wolverines (8-2-3, 1-0-1-1 Big Ten), who officially tied with the visiting Badgers (3-6-5, 0-1-1) before winning a shootout for an extra point in the standings on Alex Kile's goal. Ryan Wagner and Matthew Freytag both scored twice for Wisconsin.
• PENN STATE 6, MICHIGAN STATE 1: Eric Scheid scored two goals in the first four minutes to lead the No. 19 Nittany Lions (10-2-3, 2-0) over the visiting Spartans (4-9-2, 0-2). Penn State won the first game 4-2. Other PSU goal-scorers were Ricky DeRosa, David Glen, Kenny Brooks and Vince Pedrie. Zach Osburn got Michigan State's goal on a power play in the second period. Penn State, among the national leaders in shots on goal, outshot the Spartans 46-29.
• OMAHA 7, ST. CLOUD STATE 2: Seven different players scored as the No. 6 Mavericks (12-3-1, 4-3-1 NCHC), after losing the first game 4-1, routed the No. 7 Huskies (12-4, 6-2) in St. Cloud. Omaha took a 3-0 lead on Brian Cooper's goal midway through the second period and was 3-for-5 on the power play.
• NORTH DAKOTA 4, DENVER 0: The No. 4 Fighting Hawks (14-2-2, 7-1) swept the No. 9 Pioneers (7-5-2, 3-2-1) as Austin Poganski scored twice and Cam Johnson made 18 saves for the shutout at Ralph Engelstad Arena. Drake Caggiula and Brock Boeser had the other UND goals. Poganski's first goal was shorthanded with a second left in the opening period.
• MINNESOTA DULUTH 6, WESTERN MICHIGAN 2: Austin Farley had two goals and two assists and Tony Cameranesi had a goal and three assists to lead the No. 17 Bulldogs (7-5-3, 4-3-1) over the Broncos (4-10-1, 2-6) at Amsoil Arena. Kasimir Kaskisuo had 25 saves for UMD, Collin Olson 28 for Western Michigan.
• MINNESOTA STATE MANKATO 2, BOWLING GREEN 2: For the second night in a row, these teams tied after a scoreless overtime. Even the score was the same. Zeb Knutson got tying goal for the visiting Mavericks (8-6-3, 7-1-3) on a power play in the eighth minute of the third period. Mark Cooper had both goals for the No. 14 Falcons (9-3-4, 6-2-3).
• FERRIS STATE 2, BEMIDJI STATE 1: Corey Mackey's goal in the 15th minute of the third period for the host Bulldogs (7-7-4, 6-6-2) broke a 1-all tie. Jordan Heller scored in the first for the Beavers (5-7-3, 4-6-2).