The Gophers will attempt to capture the inaugural Big Ten Conference regular-season championship on Saturday in the series finale at 5:30 p.m. CT.
For Minnesota seniors Nate Condon, Justin Holl, Jake Parenteau, Tom Serratore and Michael Shibrowski, this weekend's series with Penn State will be their final games at Mariucci Arena.
After being held to just three goals over the last three games, 12 Gophers tallied points in Saturday's win including five different goal scorers.
The No. 2 Minnesota men's hockey program returns to action this weekend with a Big Ten Conference series against No. 10/11 Michigan at Mariucci Arena.
Five of Seth Ambroz's 12 goals this season have come against the University of Wisconsin.
Minnesota beat Michigan, 5-3, on Friday night at Mariucci Arena.
Sam Warning's hat trick led Minnesota to a 4-2 win and sweep of Ohio State.
Minnesota beat RPI, 6-2, in the Mariucci Classic.
The Gopher hockey team routed UMD, 6-1, at Mariucci Arena.
Minnesota scored four first-period goals in a 6-1 win over Boston College.
Minnesota vs. Bemidji State (Friday)
International: Skated for Team USA at the 2012 World Junior A Challenge.
High School/Juniors: Skated with the USHL's Waterloo Black Hawks for parts of three seasons including the entire 2012-13 campaign finished second in the USHL with 87 points behind Black Hawks linemate and Gophers classmate Taylor Cammarata his 58 assists in 2012-13 were the second most in Waterloo history earned All-USHL First Team honors saw action in two USHL games with Waterloo in 2011-12, scoring four points (two goals, two assists) also played 10 games for the Black Hawks in 2010-11, adding five points (three goals, two assists) prior to his tenure in the USHL, skated with Lakeville South High School and led the state in scoring with 103 points in 31 games during his senior season honored as Minnesota's Mr. Hockey in 2012 helped Lakeville South to a Minnesota State Hockey Tournament Appearance.
Personal:Born Nov. 30, 1993 son of Tom and Mary Kloos has one brother, John cousin, Carrie Thompson, played collegiate women's hockey at Dartmouth.