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Michigan hockey falls to Notre Dame at home, 3-1

The Michigan Wolverines gave up two third-period goals in a loss to Notre Dame.

Gregory Shamus

The No. 13 Michigan Wolverines gave up two third-period goals and fell to No. 7 Notre Dame, 3-1, at Yost Ice Arena in Ann Arbor, Mich., Thursday night.

Michigan mounted a first-period lead when Justin Selman took over possession in Notre Dame territory and sent a wrist shot into the net. It was the first goal of Selman's career with the Wolverines. Notre Dame tied the score early in the second period when Mike Voran scored on a shorthanded one-timer.

In the third period, Notre Dame's Nick Larson scored a wraparound goal to give the Fighting Irish their first lead of the night. A few minutes later, Peter Schneider scored on a deflected shot from the blue line to provide the final margin.

With the win, Notre Dame improved to 7-3-0 and 4-1-0-0 in CHAA play. The loss dropped Michigan to 4-5-1 and 2-4-1-1 in CHAA games.

The Wolverines and Fighting Irish are set for a rematch Friday night at Yost Ice Arena. The puck is scheduled to drop at 7:35 p.m. ET.