Friday”s games

Western Michigan 4, Canisius 2

Michigan State 2, Wisconsin 1

Bowling Green 3, Lake Superior 2

Minnesota 5, Michigan 2

Northern Michigan 3, Minnesota-Duluth 2

Ferris State 7, Nebraska-Omaha 2

Saturday”s games

Northern Michigan 5, Minnesota-Duluth 4

Nebraska-Omaha 5, Ferris State 2

Western Michigan 4, Canisius 3

New Hampshire 3, Ohio State 1

Lake Superior 3, Bowling Green 2

Michigan 5, Wisconsin 3

Sunday”s games

Michigan State 4, Minnesota 4

Ohio State 3, Vermont 2

How they fared

No. 1 Minnesota (11-0-2) def. Michigan 5-2, tied No. 4 Michigan State 4-4.

No. 2 Denver (9-0-0) def. Vermont 4-1.

No. 3 St. Cloud (11-1-0) did not play.

No. 4 Michigan State (9-2-2) def. Wisconsin 2-, tied No. 1 Minnesota 4-4.

No. 5 Boston University (8-2-1) def. Cornell 5-3, lost to Cornell 4-2.

No. 6 Massachusetts-Lowell (8-2-0) def. Army 4-0.

No. 7 New Hampshire (6-2-2) def. Ohio State 3-1.

No. 8 Nebraska-Omaha (8-5-1) lost to Ferris State 7-2, def. Ferris State 5-2.

No. 9 North Dakota (5-5-1) did not play

No. 10 Northern Michigan (8-3-1) def. Minnesota-Duluth 3-2, def. Minnesota-Duluth 3-2

Around the CCHA

Michigan State ties Minnesota

Michigan State (9-2-2, 7-2-1 CCHA) tied No. 1 Minnesota 4-4 yesterday in the fourth and final game of the College Hockey Showcase.

The Spartans” Jim Slater opened the scoring in the first period with a powerplay goal at 7:00. But Minnesota scored 25 seconds later and with 15 seconds remaining in the period to take a 2-1 lead into the lockerroom.

Each team scored a goal in the second as Minnesota retained its one-goal lead.

But Michigan State came out firing in the third, scoring two goals to take a 4-3 lead. It appeared that it would finish this way, until Minnesota”s Barry Tallackson scored with just over 2 minutes remaining to send the game into overtime.

Michigan State defeated Wisconsin 2-1 Friday night to finish 1-0-1 in this year”s Showcase.

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