Posted February 22, 2013 on ohiostate.scout.com
Ohio State men's hockey head coach Mark Osiecki had two reasons to worry going into Friday night's series opener with Michigan. He knew U-M was better than its record and that his team might struggle with an overabundance of energy going into a big weekend. He was proved right as the Wolverines won a 5-3 decision in front of a season-high crowd.
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