Feb. 6, 2010
Wisconsin Series Notes
Saturday's attendance of 55,031 was tabbed as the second-largest crowd for an outdoor collegiate hockey game. The world outdoor record stands at 74,544 fans when Michigan State hosted Michigan in the "Cold War" on Oct. 6, 2001, to a 3-3 tie at Spartan Stadium.
Head coach Red Berenson's record against Wisconsin fell to 14-8-1.
Saturday's contest was the 123rd meeting between the two schools dating back to 1922. Michigan dropped its all-time record against the Badgers to 63-53-7.
The Camp Randall Hockey Classic marked the second time Michigan played in an outdoor game in program history. The Wolverines now hold a 0-1-1 record when playing outdoors.
With a helper on Saturday, junior center Ben Winnett matched his single-season career high with seven assists and 11 points.
Junior right wing Scooter Vaughan, who was previously a defenseman before this season, scored his second career goal with 1:03 remaining in the first period.
Junior left wing Carl Hagelin set a single-season career high in assists (19) and points (32) when he assisted on rookie Kevin Lynch's tally in the third period. The helper also extended Hagelin's point streak to four games (1-4-5).
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