2012 college hockey scores: Ohio State splits two games against Lake Superior State

Douglas Jones-US PRESSWIRE

The Ohio State Buckeyes split a pair of games against Lake Superior State over the weekend. The Buckeyes prevailed 4-1 on Friday and lost 3-2 Saturday; both games were played on the road.

In the win Friday, the Buckeyes got goals from Matt Johnson, Ryan Dzingel, Max McCormick and Chris Crane. Lake Superior was not able to get on the scoreboard until the third period, though it out-shot OSU 32-28 in the game and committed two penalties to the Buckeyes' four.

On Saturday, Lake Superior State managed to exact some revenge. The Lakers jumped out to a 2-0 first period lead behind goals from Nick McParland and Domenic Monardo, though the Buckeyes were able to halve the lead with a goal by Darik Angeli in the second period. But the Lakers extended their lead back to two goals early in the third period and held on from there.

Ohio State is 5-4-3 this season.

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