Oct. 13, 2011
Michigan hosted St. Lawrence tonight for the 15th all-time meeting between the two schools. The Wolverines hold a 12-2-1 advantage in the series, including a current eight-game winning streak.
The Maize and Blue has opened the season with a 4-0-0 record. The last time the Wolverines opened the season with four victories was in 2005-06.
Michigan has won its last 17 games at Yost Ice Arena and 18 straight overall in Ann Arbor including the Big Chill at the Big House. It marks the school record for longest home winning streak, eclipsing the streak set from 1961 to '62.
The Wolverines tallied 10 goals in tonight's contest. The last time U-M recorded double-digit goals was on March 14, 2008 when Michigan beat Nebraska-Omaha, 10-1. It is the fourth time in the past decade the Wolverines have notched 10 goals.
U-M potted three-plus goals in all three periods. It is the third, fourth and fifth time this season that Michigan has posted at least three markers in a period, after accomplishing the feat once against Niagara (Oct. 4) and Bentley (Oct. 7).
The Wolverines netted their first two goals at 15:33 and 16:16 of the first period in a span of 43 seconds. It is the fastest Michigan has scored two goals this season.
Twelve Wolverines collected a point in the victory. Eight players registered multiple points.
Senior forward Luke Glendening set career highs for points (3) and goals (3) in a single game, earning his first career hat trick. It was the first hat trick by a Michigan player since Louie Caporusso netted three goals against Lake Superior State on March 10, 2010.
Senior forward David Wohlberg set a career high with four points and matched his career high for assists with three helpers. It is the third time in Wohlberg's career that he has registered three assists in a single game. The last Wolverine to tally four points in a game was senior defenseman Greg Pateryn (1g, 3a) against Western Michigan on Feb. 19, 2011.
Pateryn posted three points with a goal and two assists. It is the third multi-point game of his career.
Sophomore defenseman Mac Bennett recorded a career-high three points and a career-best three assists. It is Bennett's second career multi-point game, with his first (1g, 1a) against Michigan State on Jan. 8, 2011.
Junior defenseman Lee Moffie extended his point streak to a career-best-tying four games (1g, 4a) with a goal and an assist. Moffie has reached a point streak of this length once before, recording a point in four straight games from Jan. 14, 2011 (vs. Ferris State) to Jan. 22, 2011 (vs. Alaska).
Junior forward A.J. Treais matched his career high by increasing his point streak to three games (3g, 2a) with a goal in the first period. Treais completed a three-game point streak once before (1g, 4a) from March 11, 2011 (vs. Bowling Green) to March 18, 2011 (vs. Western Michigan). Treais has now scored a goal in a career-best three consecutive games, having scored in two straight contests three previous times.
Freshman forward Phil Di Giuseppe extended his point streak to three games (3g, 2a) with a goal and an assist. It is Di Giuseppe's second career multi-point game after scoring two goals against Bentley (Oct. 8).
Sophomore forward Luke Moffatt set a new career high by extending his point streak to three games (1g, 3a) with a goal in the first period. It is Moffatt's first goal of the season and sixth of his career.
Junior forward Chris Brown tallied two assists, recording his second multi-point game of the season and the 13th of his career.
Freshman defenseman Mike Chiasson registered the first multi-point game of his career with two assists. The two helpers extend his point streak to two contests.
Junior forward Lindsay Sparks potted his third goal of the season in the third period. The marker stretched his point streak to two games.
Freshman forward Andrew Sinelli and freshman defenseman Mike Szuma made their collegiate debuts.