Nov. 15, 2012
The Wolverines dropped a 3-1 decision against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Thursday (Nov. 15) at Yost Ice Arena in Ann Arbor, Mich. The two teams will meet again tomorrow night.
Michigan now owns a 74-50-5 record in the all-time series vs. Notre Dame, including a 42-23-3 mark in Ann Arbor.
Freshman forward Justin Selman netted his first career goal. His unassisted tally in the first period was the lone goal for the Wolverines on the night. He now has three points in his last four games (1g,2a).
Freshman goalie Steve Racine made 29 saves, just one shy of his career high (Oct. 26 vs. Miami).
The Michigan power play ended the contest 0-for-2, while the penalty kill unit was a perfect 2-for-2.
Selman became the 16th different Wolverine to score a goal this season.
U-M lost at Yost in regulation for only the second time this season. The Wolverines are now 4-3-0 at home.
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