Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State State Earn Three Stars

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Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State State Earn Three Stars
Warren named first star after leading Wolverines to weekend sweep of Minnesota

First Star
Brendan Warren, Michigan
F – Jr. – Carleton, Mich.

  • Led the Wolverines to a weekend sweep of Minnesota, the first for the Wolverines at Minnesota since the 1976-77 season and the first against the Gophers since the 2008-09 campaign
  • Scored two goals in Friday’s 5-3 win, including the eventual game-winner
  • Found the back of the net just 1:13 into Saturday’s game to help Michigan to a 3-1 win
  • Earns his second career weekly award and first of the season
  • Last Michigan honoree: Cooper Marody (First Star) on Jan. 3, 2018

Second Star
Tanner Laczynski, Ohio State
F – So. – Shorewood, Ill.

  • Recorded a Big Ten-best five points last weekend as the Buckeyes split a series at No. 13 Penn State
  • Assisted both of Mason Jobst’s power-play goals in the second period to cut the Buckeye’s deficit to one goal
  • Netted the first goal of the game on Saturday before assisting Freddy Gerard’s power-play goal and eventual game-winner late in the first
  • Extended his point streak to eight games with a 5-9-14 line during that stretch
  • Earns his fourth career weekly award and third of the season
  • Last Ohio State honoree: Tanner Laczynski (Second Star) on Nov. 28, 2017

Third Star
Mitchell Lewandowski, Michigan State
F – Fr. – Clarkston, Mich.

  • Recorded a trio of goals on the weekend to help the Spartans split the weekend series at Wisconsin
  • Two of his three goals for the weekend came on the power play
  • Netted the game-winner in Friday’s 2-0 victory
  • Pushed his goal total to 14 and point total to 27 – both of which lead all freshmen nationally
  • Earns his fourth career weekly award
  • Last Michigan State honoree: Mitchell Lewandowski (Second Star) on Nov. 21, 2017

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