NCAA Saturday -- Rapid Review/Sabres Prospects

Look for highlights of six NCAA Division I games on Sunday. Most schools/networks don't post them to YouTube until well after games are complete.

Michigan 6, Minnesota 2

The Wolverines bounced back from a Friday flop to clout the Golden Gophers in Ann Arbor. Minnesota won Friday's contest, 5-1, leaving fans of competitive hockey between nationally-ranked teams disappointed.

Top draft pick Owen Power played well but didn't register a point. The sophomore defenseman was a solid plus-one in 5-on-5 play.

Michigan netminder Erik Portillo gave up an early goal, settled down while his teammates ran up the score, and then allowed a late one. The sophomore stopped 21-of-23 shots.

Minnesota blueliner Ryan Johnson assisted on the visitor's first goal, but that was his lone highlight. The junior was was minus-one.

Michigan next -- Dec. 10 & 11, at Ohio State

Minnesota next -- Jan. 3, vs. US National Under-18 Team in Minneapolis

Northeastern 4, Providence 1

Devon Levi got a little more support from his offense, and a lot from his defenders in another impressive outing. The sophomore goalie stopped 34-of-35 shots to up his, and Northeastern's record to 13-4-1.

The four goals were the most the Huskies scored in eight games. Thanks largely to Levi, Northeastern went 6-1-1 in that stretch.

Levi's defensive zone friends chipped in greatly tonight. Northeastern skaters were credited with 19 blocks.

Northeastern next -- Jan 7 & 8, home vs. Long Island University

North Dakota 5, St. Cloud State 3

ND bounced back from an embarrassing 8-1 loss the previous night to topple the host Saints.

Freshman forward Matteo Costantini played a regular shift. He had two shots on goal, and was even in 5-on-5 action.

North Dakota next -- Dec. 10 & 11, at Colorado College

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