Mike Reilly tallied his seventh goal and 11th point of the season - both lead all Big Ten defensemen - for the eventual game winner.
The New Prague, Minn., native led all NCAA Division I skaters with four goals over the weekend including both game-winning goals against nationally ranked Wisconsin.
Seth Ambroz scored two goals, including one with 26 seconds left, to power Minnesota to a 4-3 win over Wisconsin
Seth Ambroz scored twice while Mike and Connor Reilly each pocketed a goal in the Minnesota win.
Four different players scored for Minnesota, which got 34 saves from Adam Wilcox
Seth Ambroz scored his second goal of the game in the final minute to lead Minnesota past Wisconsin 4-3.
Minnesota beat Wisconsin in its first Big Ten Hockey game with 4-1 victory.
Minnesota scored four first-period goals in a 6-1 win over Boston College.
Minnesota opened the 2013-14 season with a 6-0 win over Mercyhurst.
Pride on Ice: Webisode 2 takes you on the road with the Gophers for their showdown with Wisconsin.
2012-13 Sophomore Season:Appeared in 38 games for the Gophers, setting new career marks for points (16), goals (9) and assists (7) made his season debut on Oct. 12 in a 5-1 win over Michigan State, tallying an assist in the win tied a career high with two goals in Minnesota's 3-2 win over Michigan Tech on Oct. 20 including the game winner notched four multi-point games this season tallied a goal just over two minutes into the contest at Anchorage (11/10) scored a goal to kick-start the Gophers to a 5-1 victory over the Catamounts in Burlington, Vermont. (11/23) tallied his fifth goal of the season, to this point all coming on the road, and added an assist at Colorado College (12/8) posted the first goal of the game and added an assist to tie a career-high in points against Alaska Anchorage (1/12) battled for space at the top of the crease and scored the game-winning goal in the third period at Wisconsin (2/15) netted a goal in the third period during the Hockey City Classic at Chicago's Soldier Field (2/17) Academic All-WCHA honoree.
2011-12 Freshman Season: Skated in 41 games and had five goals and three assists third on the team in penalties (21) and penalty minutes (53) team was 5-0-0 when he recorded a point made his collegiate debut against Sacred Heart (10/7) and had two third-period goals for his first points as a Gopher credited with six penalty minutes against Vermont (10/23) racked up 19 penalty minutes against North Dakota (11/4) had an assist and scored the first goal of the game with a power-play strike against Minnesota State (12/3) registered two points (1g-1a) at North Dakota (1/14) scored his fifth goal of the season against Bemidji State (2/18).
International: Won a gold medal with the United States at the 2010 World Jr. A Challenge in Penticton, B.C was second on the team and tied for seventh in the tournament with five points in four games was an assistant captain for the U.S. Under-18 Select Team at the 2010 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament in Breclav, Czech Republic and Piestany, Slovakia had three points in five games for second place Team USA skated for the first-place U.S. National Under-17 team at the 2009 Four Nations in Trnava, Slovakia scored five goals in three games.
High School: Spent three seasons with the Omaha Lancers of the USHL under head coach Bliss Littler skated with current Gophers Erik Haula, Justin Holl, and Ben Marshall led Omaha in scoring with 46 points in 2010-11 named a USHL All-Star in his final two seasons in the league selected to the USHL All-Rookie Team in 2008-09 played high school hockey for New Prague in his eighth grade and as a freshman earned AP All-Minnesota honorable mention honors in 2008 also played for Russell Stover Under-16 Midget AAA team drafted by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the fifth round (128th overall) of the 2011 NHL Draft.
Personal: Major is undecided also enjoys baseball and golf most memorable sports thrill was winning the gold medal at 2010 World Jr. A Challenge brother, Matt, skated for Nebraska-Omaha from 2007-11 son of Bob and Sue Ambroz born April 3, 1993.