Two goals from A.J. Treais send Michigan to win over Miami (Ohio) in CCHA opener
Michigan scored a pair of third-period goals to break a second-intermission tie and top Miami (Ohio), 4-2, in its CCHA opener Friday night at Yost Ice Arena.
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Both of Treais's goals game in the first and second periods, and were bookended by Miami goals three minutes into the game and 11 minutes into the second period.
Defenseman Mike Chiasson and forward Alex Guptill recorded third-period goals to seal the win for Michigan.
Freshman Steve Racine started in net for the third straight game, recording 30 saves on 32 shots. He turned away all nine shots he faced in the third period.
Michigan freshman defenseman Jacob Trouba recorded two assists in Friday's game. He now has points in every game, with two goals and four assists ont he season.
The Wolverines have now won three straight after dropping their opener to Rochester Institute of Technology. They will play Miami again at 7:35 p.m. Saturday at Yost.