Jan. 18, 2013
Michigan earned its first road win of the season tonight and is now 8-13-2 (5-10-2-2) on the campaign.
The Wolverines extended their unbeaten streak vs. Lake Superior to 16 games, dating back to Feb. 16, 2007.
The six goals scored tonight are the most the team has scored since a 6-3 win against Bentley on Oct. 19, 2012.
Junior Luke Moffatt tied a single-game career high with three points (2g, 1a). Moffatt has tallied three points one other time in his career (11/13/10 vs. Notre Dame; 3a).
Moffatt's two goals are also good for a single-game career-high mark.
Sophomore Andrew Sinelli posted a career-best two assists.
Adam Janecyk made 29 saves for his third win of the season. Janecyk faced his first career penalty shot midway through the third period, surrendering a goal to Domenic Monardo.
The Wolverines had five different goal scorers with Moffatt (2g), Jacob Trouba (1g), Derek DeBlois (1g), Phil DiGiuseppe (1g) and Alex Guptill (1g) each finding their way on to the scoresheet.
Trouba's goal extended his point-scoring streak to three games (3g, 1a). He ranks second on the team with 15 points (8g, 7a) this season. Trouba's eight goals are tied for third most by a rookie defenseman in Michigan single-season history.
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