MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The University of Minnesota men’s hockey team got a pair of one-goal victories Friday and Saturday to earn a sweep of Ohio State.

Justin Kloos and Hudson Fasching earned two of the Big Ten’s three Stars of the Week on Tuesday as a result of the weekend. Kloos was named the First Star of the Week and Fasching earned the Second Star of the Week.

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Kloos had four points on the weekend, two goals and two assists, for the Gophers. Both goals came Friday night, including the game-winner in overtime, and had an assist. He added an assist in Saturday’s victory. It’s his fourth career Big Ten award and first this season.

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Fasching also had two goals and two assists in the weekend series. He had an assist in the third period of Friday’s win. Saturday, he scored short-handed and even strength goals and had another assist. The award is the seventh of Fasching’s career and third this season.

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The Gophers are 11-3 in Big Ten play with three series left in the regular season. They are off this weekend before hosting Michigan Feb. 25-26 at Mariucci Arena.