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Ohio State Hockey beats TTUN in outdoor stadium game

Feb 18, 2023; Cleveland, Ohio, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes forward Cam Thiesing (15) tries to shovel the puck past Michigan Wolverines goaltender Erik Portillo (1) during the first period of the Faceoff on the Lake outdoor NCAA men’s hockey game at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Adam Cairns-The Columbus DispatchHockey Ncaa Men S Hockey Michigan Wolverines At Ohio State Buckeyes
Feb 18, 2023; Cleveland, Ohio, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes forward Cam Thiesing (15) tries to shovel the puck past Michigan Wolverines goaltender Erik Portillo (1) during the first period of the Faceoff on the Lake outdoor NCAA men’s hockey game at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Adam Cairns-The Columbus DispatchHockey Ncaa Men S Hockey Michigan Wolverines At Ohio State Buckeyes /
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The Ohio State hockey team did something that the football team and the basketball team both failed to do; beat TTUN. The football team has lost two straight to TTUN while the basketball team lost the only matchup between the two a few weeks ago.

For the hockey team, it was a fairly easy endeavor. They never trailed in the game and ended up winning the game 4-2. It was a game that was played in First Energy Stadium in Cleveland that was dubbed “Faceoff on the Lake”. It was just like the Stadium Series that the NHL plays.

Ohio State was the aggressive team to start. They got started in the scoring column with Cole McWard’s goal in the second period. It was the first goal in the period and gave the Buckeyes a 1-0 lead. It wouldn’t be the only goal the Buckeyes scored in the period.

Jake Wise scored with just 2:49 left in the period on a powerplay. It was a great way to end the period on the offensive side, but they did give up a goal by Michigan before the period ended. Ohio State had a 2-1 lead heading into the third period. Or so people thought.

Ohio State ended up getting a shorthanded goal from Tyler Duke that gave them a 3-1 lead with just 49 seconds left in the second period. That goal ended up giving the Buckeyes the cushion that they needed to cruise to a victory, although they added another goal in the third period on a powerplay from Stephen Halliday.

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It was a cool game to watch on TV and I’m sure it was a really cool game to go to, despite the numerous delays to repair the ice. It seems like the Ohio State hockey fans there had a lot of fun.