Notre Dame, Penn State and Wisconsin Standouts Honored as Three Stars
Notre Dame’s Wegwerth earns first star after recording five points, leading Fighting Irish to Ice Breaker Championship

First Star
Joe Wegwerth, Notre Dame
F – Sr. – Brewster, N.Y.

·       Registered five points on two goals and three assists, helping the Fighting Irish to the 2018 Ice Breaker Championship
·       Found the back of the net on a power play and registered a pair of helpers for a three-point effort against Mercyhurst, marking a new career high
·       Netted a power-play goal and added an assist in Notre Dame’s 3-0 victory against No. 4/5 Providence
·       Claims his first career weekly award
·       Last Notre Dame honoree: Jake Evans (Third Star) on Feb. 27, 2018
·       Last Notre Dame First Star: Cale Morris on Feb. 6, 2018

Second Star
Brandon Biro, Penn State
F – Jr. – Sherwood Park, Alberta

·       Opened the season with back-to-back multi-point efforts to help lead No. 16/- Penn State to a weekend sweep over No. 17/- Clarkson
·       Registered the game-winning goal, while adding an assist during Thursday’s 4-3 opening night victory
·       Netted a goal and added an assist during a 5-1 win in the series finale, sealing the program’s first opening-weekend sweep
·       The Academic All-Big Ten honoree earns his second career weekly award and first since Nov. 21, 2017 (Third Star)
·       Last Penn State honoree: Peyton Jones (Second Star) on Feb. 27, 2018
 
Third Star
Jack Berry, Wisconsin
G – Jr. – Holly, Mich.

·       Backstopped the Badgers to a pair of wins against No. 10/12 Boston College, making 57 saves on the weekend
·       Posted his fourth career shutout, winning 3-0 over Boston College in the season opener for UW’s sixth all-time season-opening shutout
·       On Saturday, stopped eight of 10 power-play shots and 28 overall to improve to 2-0-0
·       Claims his fourth career weekly award and first since Jan. 23, 2018 (Second Star)
·       Last Wisconsin honoree: Trent Frederic (Second Star) on Feb. 6, 2018