Luke Moffatt scored the tying goal in regulation and converted in the shootout after a 2-2 tie Saturday to help No. 12 Michigan take five of six points from No. 9 Wisconsin at Yost Ice Arena.
Tyle Motte scored the other goal in regulation for the Wolverines (13-6-3, 5-2-1-1 Big Ten), who beat the Badgers, 3-1, Friday.
Michael Mersch opened the scoring for Wisconsin at 1:02 in the second period before Motte answered at 10:10. Michael Downing and Zach Hyman assisted on Motte’s seventh goal of the season.
Wisconsin (14-8-2, 5-4-1) led 2-1 after Mark Zengerle converted on a penalty shot with 3:46 left in the period.
Moffatt’s unassisted goal at 7:07 of the third tied the game 2-2.
In the shootout, Moffatt was the only Wolverine to score on Badgers goalie Joel Rumpel.
Wolverines netminder Zach Nagelvoort, who made 25 saves, including six in overtime, denied all three Badgers shooters in the extra session.
(At) No. 1 Minnesota 1, Michigan State 0: Kyle Rau’s seventh goal of the season 6:44 into the game stood up as Gophers goalie Adam Wilcox stopped 19 Spartans shots for a shutout. Michigan Goalie Jake Hildebrand made 37 saves for Michigan State (8-13-4, 2-5-3-3), which won Friday in a shootout after a 2-2 tie.
(At) Ohio State 5, Penn State 2: Ryan Dzingel had a goal and two assists to lead the Buckeyes as they reeled off five unanswered goals to complete the two-game series sweep after spotting the Nitanny Lions a 2-0 lead in the first period. Freshman Nick Schilkey (Marysville) had two assists for Ohio State (14-9-1, 4-5-1), which travels to Michigan State next weekend.