Trading Goals

After being held to just seven shots on goal over a period and a half, Notre Dame broke through with a nifty goal by Kevin Deeth, who took a neat feed from Dan Kissel and came in all alone on Hogan, beating him stick side. That made it 4-3 Irish.

But with 5:21 to play, Michigan’s Craig Hagelin beat Pearce from in tight, banking a backhand off the goaltender’s skate.

We’re tied at 4-4 with five minutes to play.