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Michigan thumps Wisconsin 3-1

By Eric Rajala, erajala@wisctv.com
Published On: Jan 31 2014 08:55:13 PM CST

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -

Wisconsin Men's Hockey continued their road struggles Friday night in Ann Arbor as Michigan jumped out to a 3-0 lead before beating the Badgers 3-1. The loss drops the Badgers to 1-6 on the road this season. They've lost just twice at home. 

Michigan jumped out to a fast start with Tyler Motte and Sam Guptill scoring in the first period. In the second period, the Wolverines blew the game open with a goal from Zach Hyman. 

Greg Soleway scored for the Badgers in the second period. That was as close as Wisconsin would get as they fell 3-1. 

Michigan and Wisconsin play at Yost Ice Arena Saturday at 5:30 p.m. 

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