Postgame Notes: #5 Michigan 3, #13 New Hampshire 2 (OT)

Oct. 20, 2013

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• 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.

• Freshman Tyler Motte has goals in three straight games and is tied with Luke Moffatt for the team lead in scoring with three goals on the season.

• 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.

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