NCAA Hockey Friday -- Devon Levi, again (highlights)

Three Sabres' prospects were in action Friday as the NCAA Division I hockey season resumed -- with some Covd-19 casulaties -- after a lengthy holiday break.

Northeastern 1, Long Island Univ. 0

It's getting to the point that it's not surprising anymore. Devon Levi (17 saves) added to his school season record with his seventh shutout.

Levi seems to somehow lower his GAA (1.26) and raise his Save Pct. (.956) each night. Both those totals are among the top five in NCAA D1. Levi leads the nation in Save Pct.

And he's done all that without a rest. Levi has played all 1144 of Northeastern's minutes. He, and the team, own a 14-4-1 record.

If Levi ever gets a day off, it just might be Saturday's game against LIU. After that, Levi and the Huskies have a steady diet of Hockey East and Beanpot play ahead of them.

WARNING -- this highlight package is dreadful. If you dare, you'll see (and hear) why soon enough. Stick around after Northeastern's goal to see an excellent Levi save.

Friday game --

Minnesota 4, Michigan State 1

Not much to report or show here, really. Ryan Johnson has never been much of stat-box stuffer anyway, and this game was no exception. The junior defender finished plus-one, and was credited with a block.

Johnson and the Golden Gophers resume their Big Ten weekend set against the Spartans on Saturday in East Lansing.

Friday game --

Cornell 4, North Dakota 3

Matteo Costantini didn't register a point in this one, and that's too bad for ND. The Big Red stormed back from a 3-1, third period hole to win in Grand Forks.

Costantini's only statistical contribution was winning one of three faceoffs. He was even in plus-minus.

This attractive mixture of (Big) red and (Kelly) green are back in action Saturday night in Engelstad Arena.

Friday game --

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