Oct. 26, 2012
Senior A.J. Treais scored his fourth and fifth goals of the campaign and now paces the Wolverines with seven points (5g, 2a) through four games this season.
Treais extended his scoring streak to four games with his second multi-goal game of the season. He now has six goals and 10 points against Miami in 11 career games.
Freshman Jacob Trouba extended his scoring streak to four games with his assists on Treais' first-period power-play goal and Alex Guptill's third-period tally.
Trouba has two goals and four assists in four games this season, putting him one point behind A.J. Treais for the team lead.
Michigan improved its all-time record vs. the RedHawks to 72-26-4. Tonight marks U-M's third win in the last four contests against Miami and it has not lost to the Redhawks since Nov. 11, 2011.
Mike Chiasson scored his first goal of the season with his third-period go-ahead marker. He added an assist, making tonight's contest his first multi-point effort of the season and making him the 11th different Wolverine to record multiple points in one game this season.
Guptill's third-period goal is his third through the first four games. Guptill also had an assist tonight and now has five points (3g, 2a) this season.
Freshman goaltender Steve Racine picked up his third straight victory for Michigan, making 30 saves on 32 shots.
Attendance for game one of this series was 5,033.
U-M surrendered its first power-play goal against of the season and also allowed a short-handed goal.
Michigan was 1-for-7 on the power play and 4-for-5 on the penalty kill.
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