Minnesota and Ohio State Standouts Honored as Three Stars

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Minnesota and Ohio State Standouts Honored as Three Stars

Ohio State’s Jobst earns first star after registering a nation-leading seven points last weekend

 

First Star

Mason Jobst, Ohio State

F – Sr. – Speedway, Ind.

 

  • Led the nation with seven points last weekend, helping the Buckeyes to a 1-0-1 weekend at Michigan State
  • His second point Saturday was his 150th point as a Buckeye, making him the first Ohio State skater with 150+ points since 1991 and the 20th NCAA D1 men’s player with 150+ points since the start of the 2013-14 campaign
  • Recorded a goal, three assists and four points with a +3 rating on Friday, before registering three points on a goal and two helpers, with a +2 mark on Saturday
  • The two-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree claims his sixth career weekly award and his first since Oct. 10, 2017 (First Star)
  • Last Ohio State First Star honoree: Tommy Nappier on Feb. 27, 2018
  • Last Ohio State honoree: Sasha Larocque (Second Star) on Jan. 3, 2019

 

Second Star

Brent Gates Jr., Minnesota

F – Sr. – Grand Rapids, Mich.

 

  • Registered three points on two goals and an assist to help the Gophers split the weekend with No. 9/9 Penn State
  • Notched a goal on Friday before adding the game-winning goal and an assist in Saturday’s 4-1 win over the Nittany Lions, pushing his career-long goal scoring streak to five games
  • The two-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree claims his third career weekly award and first since Jan. 23, 2018 (Third Star)
  • Last Minnesota honoree: Scott Reedy (Third Star) on Jan. 3, 2019

 

Third Star

Tommy Nappier, Ohio State

G – So. – St. Louis, Mo.

 

  • Backstopped the Buckeyes to a 6-0 shutout at Michigan State last Saturday
  • Turned aside 29 shots on the evening, including 12 saves in the third period to preserve the shutout
  • Ranks second in the nation in both goals-against average (1.54) and save percentage (.947)
  • Earns his third career weekly award and his first since Nov. 13, 2018 (Third Star)
  • Last Ohio State honoree: Sasha Larocque (Second Star) on Jan. 3, 2019

 

 

2018-19 Big Ten Hockey Three Stars

Oct. 9

First Star: Clayton Phillips, So., D, MINN

Second Star: Brannon McManus, So., F, MINN

Third Star: Sampo Ranta, Fr., F, MINN

 

Oct. 16

First Star: Joe Wegwerth, Sr., F, ND

Second Star: Brandon Biro, Jr., F, PSU

Third Star: Jack Berry, Jr., G, WIS

 

Oct. 23

First Star: Bobby Nardella, Sr., D, ND

Second Star: Sean Dhooghe, So., F, WIS

Third Star: Cal Burke, Jr., F, ND

 

Oct. 30

First Star: Taro Hirose, Jr., F, MSU

Second Star: Josh Norris, So., F, MICH

Third Star: Peyton Jones, Jr., G, PSU

 

Nov. 5

First Star: Patrick Khodorenko, Jr., F, MSU

Second Star: Sean Romeo, Sr., G, OSU

Third Star: Cale Morris, Jr., G, ND

 

Nov. 13

First Star: Nikita Pavlychev, Jr., F, PSU

Second Star: Alex Limoges, So., F, PSU

Third Star: Tommy Nappier, So., G, OSU

 

Nov. 20

First Star: Evan Barratt, So., F, PSU

Second Star: Jake Slaker, Jr., F, MICH

Third Star: Sean Romeo, Sr., G, OSU

 

Nov. 27

First Star: Tyler Sheehy, Sr., F, MINN

Second Star: Taro Hirose, Jr., F, MSU

Third Star: Jack Berry, Jr., G, WIS

 

Dec. 4

First Star: K’Andre Miller, Fr., D, WIS

Second Star: Drew DeRidder, Fr., G, MSU

Third Star: Cam Morrison, Jr., F, ND

 

Dec. 11

First Star: Sean Dhooghe, So., F, WIS

Second Star: Evan Barratt, So., F, PSU

Third Star: Peyton Jones, Jr., G, PSU

 

Dec. 18

First Star: Kris Myllari, Jr., D, PSU

Second Star: Alec Marsh, Sr., F, PSU

Third Star: Brandon Biro, Jr., F, PSU

 

Jan. 3

First Star: Cale Morris, Jr., G, ND

Second Star: Sasha Larocque, Sr., D, OSU

Third Star: Scott Reedy, So., F, MINN

 

Jan. 8

First Star: Mason Jobst, Sr., F, OSU

Second Star: Brent Gates Jr., Sr., F, MINN

Third Star: Tommy Nappier, So., G, OSU

 

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