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Michigan beats Boston College 4-2

December 29, 2011
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DETROIT—Luke Glendening had a goal and an assist and goalie Shawn Hunwick made 23 saves to lead Michigan over third-ranked Boston College 4-2 on Thursday in the Great Lake Invitational tournament.

The Wolverines (10-8-3) will try to defend its tournament title on Friday against Michigan State. Michigan has won the tournament 14 times.

Boston College (12-7) will play Michigan Tech for third place.

Glendening assisted on the game-winning goal by A.J. Treais at 15:39 of the second period. He added an insurance goal into an empty net with 14 seconds left.

David Wohlberg and Luke Moffatt gave Michigan a 2-0 lead, but the Eagles tied it on goals by Tommy Cross and Paul Carey.

Brian Billett had 26 saves for Boston College.

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