Michigan hockey snaps losing streak with 3-1 win against Bowling Green

Gregory Shamus

The Wolverines scored three goals in the second period.

After three straight losses, the Wolverines got back on track on Wednesday with a 3-1 victory over Bowling Green. Michigan scored all three of its goals in the second period.

The Wolverines fell behind 1-0, but then went on the attack. A.J. Treais, Kevin Lynch and Justin Selman all found the back of the net for Michigan.

The goal for Treais, his ninth, put him back into a tie for the national lead. Meanwhile, the goal for Selman was his second in three games for Michigan.

In net, Steve Racine stopped 15 of the 16 shots he faced for the victory. Michigan had 38 shots on net in the win.

The victory stops an ugly stretch for Michigan, which had lost three straight games, including once against Michigan State and twice to Notre Dame. In those games, the Wolverines were outscored 14-4.

The Wolverines will be back in action on Saturday at Madison Square Garden against Cornell.

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