OSU hockey tops Michigan for Big Ten title

The Columbus Dispatch
Mason Jobst scored the game winner in double overtime as Ohio State defeated Michigan 4-3 on Saturday. [File photo]

Mason Jobst scored on a breakaway in 3-on-3 double overtime to give the Ohio State men's hockey team its first Big Ten regular season championship courtesy of a 4-3 decision over Michigan on Saturday at Yost Ice Arena in Ann Arbor.

John Wiitala, Brendon Kearney and Carson Meyer all scored in regulation for the fifth-ranked Buckeyes (19-8-5, 12-6-4-3), who earned the top seed and a first-round bye in the Big Ten tournament.

The Wolverines (13-12-7, 9-8-5-2) scored the lone third-period goal to force extra time.  

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