Nov. 16, 2012
The Wolverines dropped a 4-1 decision against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Friday (Nov. 16) at Yost Ice Arena in Ann Arbor, Mich. The two teams will meet again on Friday, Feb. 8, in South Bend, Ind.
Michigan now owns a 74-51-5 record in the all-time series vs. Notre Dame, including a 42-24-3 mark in Ann Arbor.
Freshman defenseman Jacob Trouba scored the lone goal on the night for U-M. He now leads all Michigan defensemen with four goals, and he is tied with sophomore forward Alex Guptill for second on the team. It was the first even-strength goal for Trouba, whose previous three goals had all come with the man-advantage.
Freshman goalie Steve Racine made 15 stops in net for the Wolverines.
The Michigan power play ended the contest 0-for-5, while the penalty kill unit was 3-for-4.
Junior forward Derek DeBlois led the Wolverines with four shots on net.
U-M is now 4-4-0 at home this season.
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