Postgame Notes: #3 Michigan 5, Ohio State 4
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Dec. 2, 2013

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• Michigan concluded its first Big Ten home-and-home series against Ohio State tonight, sweeping the Buckeyes with a 5-4 win in its first Big Ten conference road contest.

• U-M played its first regular-season game on a Monday night since Jan. 18, 1982, a 5-2 loss to Michigan State at Yost Ice Arena. Michigan played a Monday night exhibition contest against the U.S. NTDP U-18 team on Oct. 3, 2011, and earned a 3-1 victory.

• Michigan improves to 74-33-11 in the all-time series against Ohio State. The Wolverines have won the last six meetings between the two sides.

• Junior forward Alex Guptill and freshman forward JT Compher extended their team-high point streaks to five games. Guptill had an assist, and Compher recorded his first multiple-goal game in his collegiate career to help the Wolverines earn the victory.

• Compher recorded his team-best fifth multiple-point game of the season. He now has nine points (five goals, four assists) in his last five contests.

• Dating back to last year, U-M is 18-3-2 in its last 23 games, a run that started with a weekend sweep of Ohio State Feb. 22-23, 2013, at Value City Arena.

• Michigan has played one-goal games in nine of its last 10 and has a 7-2 record in those contests. The Wolverines were 4-6-0 in one-goal games in 2012-13.

• U-M finished the night 0-for-5 on the power play, snapping a five-game scoring streak on the man-advantage and marking just the third game that Michigan has been held scoreless on the power play. U-M improved to 2-1-0 when scoreless on the power play.

• Michigan finished the night 5-for-7 on the penalty kill and is now 49-for-61 (80.3 percent) for the season on the PK.

• Twelve different players recorded points for the Wolverines, who were led by Compher (2g), Michael Downing (g, a) and Luke Moffatt (2a).

• Freshmen, JT Compher (2g), Michael Downing (g, a), Nolan De Jong (a) and Alex Kile (a) all recorded points. A U-M freshman has tallied a point in each game so far this season.

• After tallying a first-period goal tonight, U-M has outscored its opponents, 13-3, in the opening frame this season.


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