Racine stops 40 shots as Michigan earns series split

Nebraska-Omaha forward James Polk and Michigan forward Andrew Sinelli jockey for position Saturday. (Photo: Matthew Semisch)

Nebraska-Omaha forward James Polk and Michigan forward Andrew Sinelli jockey for position Saturday. (Photo: Matthew Semisch)

Michigan goaltender Steve Racine, playing in his first game since pulling his groin Oct. 18 against New Hampshire, made 21 saves in Saturday’s third period and 40 for the night as the second-ranked Wolverines bested Nebraska-Omaha 4-3 at CenturyLink Center.

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