|1st||10:04||MIC||1-0||PP GW||Will Lockwood (6)||Sam Piazza/4, Jake Slaker/5|
|1st||10:41||MIC||2-0||PP||Tony Calderone (3)||Dexter Dancs/2, Luke Martin/2|
|3rd||6:17||MIC||3-0||EV||Jake Slaker (4)||Will Lockwood/4|
|3rd||15:25||MIC||4-0||EV EN||Tony Calderone (4)||Adam Winborg/1, Brendan Warren/2|
|Shots on Goal||1st||2nd||3rd||SOG|
|Team Stats and Records||PP||PIM||SHGF|
|Boston University (4-3-1)||0/6||6/12||0|
|Boston University Goaltending||MIN||GA||1||2||3||Saves|
|Jake Oettinger (L, 4-3-1)||59:20||3||8||3||6||17|
|Hayden Lavigne (W, 3-1-0)||60:00||0||5||15||10||30|
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - The No. 4 Boston University men's ice hockey team suffered its first shutout loss of the season, dropping a 4-0 contest to No. 18 Michigan in the opener of a weekend series at Yost Ice Arena.
Final Score: #18 Michigan 4, #4 Boston University 0
Records: BU (4-3-1), Michigan (5-3-1)
Location: Yost Ice Arena - Ann Arbor, Mich.
HOW IT HAPPENED
- Michigan scored on their first two power plays and never looked back, adding an even-strength goal and an empty-netter in the third to record the first shutout in the 20 regular-season meetings that have taken place between the perennial powers.
- Will Lockwood opened the scoring 10:04 into the game and Tony Calderone scored his first of two tallies just 37 seconds later.
- After a scoreless middle period in which the Terriers held a 15-3 advantage in shots, Michigan prevented BU from grabbing any momentum when Jake Slaker backhanded the puck to the top of the net at 6:17 of the third.
- The Terriers pulled goaltender Jake Oettinger in favor of an extra attacker with 5:15 remaining in regulation but Calderone sent home an empty-netter from the blue line to create the 4-0 final.
- Oettinger made 17 saves for the Terriers while fellow freshman Hayden Levigne stopped all 30 BU shots to earn his second career shutout.
- The loss snapped the Terriers' four-game unbeaten streak (3-0-1).
- The Terriers held a 30-21 shot advantage and took 75 shot attempts while allowing only 38.
- BU is now 0-6 in games at Yost.
- Freshman Patrick Harper's point streak to start his collegiate career came to an end at seven games.
- Sophomores Charlie McAvoy (5 games) and Jordan Greenway (4) also saw their point streaks come to an end.
- The teams will close out their weekend series on Saturday (Nov. 12) at 5 p.m.