Dec. 1, 2012
The Wolverines enter the bye week with a 5-8-2 overall record and 3-6-2-2 (13 points) in CCHA play.
Michigan's all-time record vs. the Bulldogs now stands at 67-29-2, including a 24-19-4 mark in Big Rapids.
After allowing the first goal tonight, Michigan has not scored first since Nov. 15 vs. Notre Dame (six games). The Wolverines are now 2-6-1 this season when their opponent nets the first goal of the game.
Michigan scored three first-period goals, the seventh time this season that the Wolverines have netted at least three goals in a single period.
A.J. Treais scored the first goal for the Wolverines tonight, which ties him for second in the country with a team-high 10 goals this season.
Lindsay Sparks recorded two points (1g, 1a), marking his first multiple-point game of the season. Sparks now has nine multiple-point games in his career.
Goaltender Steve Racine made a season-high 36 saves and turned aside 2-of-4 Ferris State shootout attempts.
Lee Moffie led the team with five shots on goal.
Mac Bennett paced the Wolverines with four blocked shots.
Michigan's power play ended the contest 0-for-4 and successfully killed all three of Ferris State's man-advantage opportunities.
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