Postgame Notes: #10 Michigan 3, #4 Boston College 1

Oct. 10, 2013

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• Michigan now leads the all-time series against Boston College 12-6-0, including a perfect 5-0-0 mark at Yost Ice Arena.

• Tonight marked the fifth time U-M has opened its season against a ranked team since 1995. Michigan is now 3-0-2 in those contests.

• Sophomore forward Andrew Copp recorded career highs with two assists and three points. He had a hand in all three of U-M's goals.

• Senior forward Luke Moffatt tied his career best with two goals, scoring one in the first period and his second of the night less than a minute into the final frame.

• Freshman forward JT Compher tallied two assists as one of three Wolverines to record multiple points on opening night.

• Sophomore goalie Steve Racine made the start between the pipes for U-M, turning aside 20-of-21 shots he faced.

• Michigan outshot BC by a 32-21 margin.

• The Wolverines were a perfect 2-for-2 on the penalty kill and 2-for-5 on the power play.

• Michigan allowed BC to attempt just five shots on net in the third period and outshot the Eagles on the power play, 11-2.

Andrew Copp, Luke Moffatt and junior forward Zach Hyman paced the Wolverines with five shots apiece.

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