Morris named first star after backstopping Fighting Irish to a weekend sweep of Michigan State
Cale Morris, Notre Dame
G – So. – Larkspur, Colo.
Backstopped the Fighting Irish to a weekend sweep of Michigan State, making 52 saves for a .981 save percentage as the Fighting Irish extended their nation-leading winning streak to 11 games
Stopped 29 of 30 shots faced in Friday’s 3-1 victory, including 12 in the third period
Turned aside all 23 shots faced on Saturday for his fourth shutout in his last seven contests
Earns his fifth career weekly award and fourth in as many weeks
Last Notre Dame honoree: Cale Morris (First Star) on Nov. 28, 2017
Andrew Sturtz, Penn State
F – Jr. – Buffalo, N.Y.
Registered three points, tying for the Big Ten lead with two goals, to help Penn State go 1-0-1-1 in Big Ten play over the weekend
Netted the game-tying goal with just 0.7 seconds left in regulation to send Friday night’s contest into overtime, before scoring the lone goal in the shootout to give Penn State the extra point
Registered the game-winning goal and his third short-handed goal this season in Saturday’s 4-0 win over Ohio State
The Academic All-Big Ten honoree earns his second career weekly award and first of the season
Last Penn State honoree: Brandon Biro (Third Star) on Nov. 21, 2017
Jack Berry, Wisconsin
G – So. – Holly, Mich.
Turned aside 49 of 51 shots faced for a .961 save percentage to help the Badgers split the weekend against No. 7/7 Minnesota
Stopped 40 of 42 shots faced to backstop Wisconsin to 3-2 victory on Saturday, including a penalty shot in the first period and 20 Minnesota shots in the final frame
Improved to 3-1-0 on the season with a 1.95 goals-against average, .919 save percentage and one shutout in five appearances
Earns his second career weekly award and first of the season
Last Wisconsin honoree: Seamus Malone (Third Star) on Nov. 28, 2017