Penn State hockeys takes down Number 7 Michigan for 1st win of 2020-21 season

University Park PA: As we know that every team has their struggles to begin the season and everyone is experiencing that with COVID19. Penn State hockey is currently 0-5 to start the season and on Thursday night they looked for their first win of the season as they took on number 7 Michigan from Pegula Ice Arena on the campus of Penn State University

The Nittany Lions jump on Michigan for the 2-0 lead, Michigan would respond back by scoring the next 2 to even things at 2 at the end of 1st period 

In the second period, Philadelphia Flyers prospect Cam York would have a very sick goal which boke the tie and gave michigan the 3-2 lead

After Michigan took the 3-2 lead, Penn State would respond with a 5 goal second period which gave them the 7-4 lead at end of 2nd period. 
The Goal from Alex Limogus on the Power Play which gave Penn State the 5-4 lead and from there, Penn State did not look back and kept the pressure on Michigan. 

In the 3rd period, Michigan cut the Penn State lead down to 2 at 7-5 but Penn State would ice the game with 2 additional goals for the 9-5 win for their first win of the 2020-21 season

The Goal by Bobby Hampton which would be his 2nd of game would ice it

This was a crazy and high scoring game and this was a game that Penn State needed for their first win and also this was their last conference game before the Big Ten releases the 2nd part of the schedule

Postgame:

Penn State Coach Guy Gadowsky would explain what went wrong in the first 5 games which lead to their first win of the season tonight

Final Numbers
Penn State Hockey Postgame Stats vs Michigan 12-3-20

What is Next:
The Nittany Lions will look to make it back to back wins as they take on Arizona State on December 11 & 13 from Pegula Ice Arena on the Campus of Penn State University.

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