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Michigan State’s Lewandowski named Big Ten second star of the week

By @StefanKubus – 

This past weekend, the Spartans swept the Gophers in Minnesota for the first time in a two-game series since 1976.

And Mitchell Lewandowski played a big hand in doing so.

The sophomore forward, a native of Clarkston, potted back-to-back multi-goal games, first with a pair in Saturday’s 5-3 win followed by the game-winning goal and subsequent insurance marker in Sunday’s 5-3 win.

Lewandowski, a HoneyBaked product, now has 11 goals and 25 points in 24 games on the season, including four game-winning markers.

The award marks his fifth career weekly Big Ten award and first this season.

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