March 9, 2013
Alex Guptill's goal extends his point streak to seven games (12 points).
Michigan scored the first goal of the game for the fifth time in the last six games.
Michigan has scored in the first period seven straight games and 13 of the last 14.
Phil Di Giuseppe's assist on Mac Bennett's power-play goal is the sixth time in the last seven games that he has recorded at least one point.
Mac Bennett recorded his second power-play goal of the season.
Andrew Copp recorded his second power-play goal of the season.
This is the first time that Michigan has recorded multiple power-play goals in back-to-back games in the same series this season.
A.J. Treais' penalty shot attempt is the first since Nov. 27, 2011 (Kevin Lynch vs. Union).
The 23 shots on net in the first period are the most Michigan has taken in one period since having 24 in the third period of the Bentley game on Oct. 19.
Jacob Trouba's goal is his first point since Feb. 22 at Ohio State when he recorded one goal and two assists.
Andrew Copp's successful penalty shot is the first penalty shot goal Michigan has scored since Oct. 16, 2004, when Jason Ryznar scored vs. St. Lawrence. Copp now has points in eight of the last nine games (nine points). Tonight, Copp had two goals for his first career multi-goal game.
Michigan's 50 shots are the most against a CCHA opponent since the squad had 46 against Lake Superior State on Jan. 18.
U-M's 50 shots on goal mark the third time the Wolverines have reached that mark this season, and first time since 2008-2009.
Michigan's six goals are the most goals scored by U-M in a postseason game (CCHA or NCAA) since 6-0 over Lake Superior State on March 6, 2010. U-M beat Nebraska-Omaha, 10-1, on March 14, 2008, in the CCHA Quarterfinals.