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Notre Dame Hockey: Irish tie Michigan State 1-1, and win the shootout for the extra Big 10 point

The Irish took their time, but earned the upper hand in the conference standings.

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The Irish headed up North to take on the Michigan State Spartans. Notre Dame nearly took it to the last minute to tie it at one goal each, but got the extra conference point in the second OT.

First Period

The first twenty minutes were scoreless, but the Irish proved themselves the most agressive of the two teams on offense. The guys in gold and blue outshot the Spartans 9-3 in the first and at one point in the game doubled the Spartans shots on goal 68-34.

Second Period

After the two squads had moved on from a first period deadlock, It was Michigan State’s Sam Saliba who claimed the first goal of the game in the second period.

Third Period

In the final 20 minutes, the Irish pulled Cale Morris from the net to get an extra attacker on the ice. Michael Graham got the Irish on the board with a goal and extended the game.


The Irish defense said “not today,” and one OT just wasn’t enough.

Second OT

Tory Dello came through for the Irish in a shootout and chalked up the last point to get the advantage in the B1G standings.

Game Summary


Michigan State: Sam Saliba at 5:17 in the 2nd with assists from Cole Krygier and Logan Lambdin

Notre Dame: Michael Graham at 18:31 in the 3rd with assists from Cam Morrison and Colin Theisen

Notre Dame: Tory Dello in 2 OT


Notre Dame: Alex Steeves for elbowing at 12:32 in the 1st

Michigan State: Jagger Joshua for holding at 15:46 in the 1st


Notre Dame: Cale Morris, 18 saves

Michigan State: John Lethemon, 36 saves

Moving Forward

The Irish and Spartans will take the ice again at 7:00 p.m. ET Saturday in Lansing. To catch the game, stream online with BTN+.

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