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Michigan drops Boston College, 3-1, in men’s college hockey

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ANN ARBOR, MICH. — In a matchup featuring the two youngest teams in college hockey, No. 4 Boston College was bested by a senior.

Michigan forward Luke Moffatt scored two power-play goals and Boston College was outshot, 32-21, en route to a 3-1 loss in the 2013-14 season opener.

“I thought they played a little hungrier than we did,” said Boston College coach Jerry York. “We’ll grow from the experience — that’s a big part of our early season, playing some good opponents and finding out what we need to improve on. You can’t do that against teams you can easily beat. There was a lot from us to gain coming over here to play.”

The Eagles finished with six penalties and spent almost a quarter of the game a man down.

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