Oct. 9, 2012
The Wolverines are 4-0-0 all-time in exhibition play with Windsor.
Michigan was 3-for-5 on the penalty kill and 3-for-7 on the power play.
Junior Luke Moffatt scored two goals and an assist.
Moffatt (2g, 1a) and freshman Jacob Trouba (3a) paced the Wolverines with three points apiece.
Freshman forward Justin Selman picked up one goal and added an assist in his first action with the Wolverines.
Sophomore forward, and 2012 Carolina Hurricanes second-round draft pick, Phil DiGiuseppe scored once.
Freshman forward Andrew Copp scored one goal and led the team with six shots.
Junior forward Derek DeBlois tallied two goals.
Michigan had seven players record multiple points.
Jared Rutledge made the start between the pipes for U-M, turning aside 8-of-9 shots in 20:00 of action ... Fellow freshman Steve Racine played the second period and stopped all seven shots he faced while earning the win ... Junior Adam Janecyk allowed two goals on 14 shots in the third period.
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