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Michigan, Minnesota and Ohio State Players Named Three Stars

January 28, 2014

First Star

JT Compher, Michigan

F - Fr. - Northbrook, Ill.

*         Recorded five points (three goals and two assists) and a plus/minus rating
of +5 to lead Michigan to a series sweep of Michigan State

*         Scored his seventh goal of the season to break a scoreless tie in the
second period of Thursday's 2-1 victory at Joe Louis Arena

*         Added a career-high four points on Friday with two goals and a pair of
assists, including his conference-leading third shorthanded goal of the season

*         Leads all Big Ten freshmen with 1.00 points per game this season

*         Claims his second career Big Ten weekly award and first since being named
Second Star on Dec. 3, 2013

*         Last Michigan honoree: Zach Nagelvoort (First Star) on Dec. 17, 2013

Second Star

Christian Frey, Ohio State

G - Fr. - Arlington, Texas

*         Stopped 36 of the 37 shots he faced (.973 save percentage) to lead Ohio
State to a 3-1 win over No. 9 Wisconsin Saturday at the Kohl Center

*         Registered 27 saves in the first two periods as the Buckeyes skated out to
a 2-1 advantage

*         Recorded nine more saves in the third period to preserve the one-goal lead
until the Buckeyes added a late empty-net goal

*         Improves his record to 3-1-0 with a .923 save percentage since joining the
team for the spring semester

*         Earns his first career Big Ten weekly award

*         Last Ohio State honoree: Ryan Dzingel (Second Star) on Jan. 14, 2014

Third Star

Adam Wilcox, Minnesota

G - So. - South Saint Paul, Minn.

*         Named Most Valuable Player of the North Star College Cup after recording
76 saves and a .938 save percentage to lead Minnesota to the tournament title

*         Recorded a career-high 38 saves and added his third career assist in
Friday's 4-1 win over No. 5 St. Cloud State

*         Matched his career high for saves during Saturday's 4-4 tie with Minnesota
Duluth, then stopped both shots he faced in the championship-deciding shootout

*         Leads all Big Ten goalies and is tied for second nationally with 17
victories this season

*         Earns his second career Big Ten weekly award and first since being named
Third Star on Jan 14, 2014

*         Last Minnesota honoree: Sam Warning (Second Star) on Jan. 21, 2014

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