Oct. 20, 2013
Freshman Zach Nagelvoort made his first career start in net for the Wolverines, stopping 22 of 24 UNH shots to earn his first win of the season.
Michigan finished the night 2-for-5 on the power play and is now 6-for-16 (37.5%) on the man-advantage through four games this season.
Senior Luke Moffatt has now has three goals on the season, with all coming on the power play after scoring at 4:03 of the second period. Moffatt entered the season with four career power-play goals.
The Wolverines improved to 6-2-3 in the all-time series against New Hampshire and 2-0-3 in the last five meetings against the Wildcats. Michigan has not lost to UNH since March 27, 1999, a 2-1 OT loss in the NCAA Tournament.
Michigan is now unbeaten in its last seven road games (6-0-1) dating back to last season and 2-0-1 in three road contests this season.
Phil Di Giuseppe and Boo Nieves each recorded two assists on the night for their second multiple-point efforts of the season. Nieves matched a career-best single-game effort for assists, the fifth time he has recorded two assists in a game.
Freshmen have scored the game-winning goals in two of Michigan's three wins this season, and Motte's game-winner follows Evan Allen's game-winning score in a 7-4 win at RIT on Oct. 12.