After two game-winning goals this weekend, it shouldn't be a surprise that Travis Boyd has picked up one more honor.
Boyd, a Minnesota forward, was named the Big Ten's First Star for the week ending October 27. The senior from Hopkins, MN had three goals in a two-game sweep over Bemidji State. That includes his first career multi-goal game in Friday's 5-2 win when Boyd scored a shorthanded and power play goal; becoming the first Gopher since 2010 to do so.
Larkin was named this week's Second Star after a six point (1G-5A) weekend in Massachusetts. The 2014 Detroit Red Wings first round pick had four points in Michigan's 8-4 win over UMass-Lowell. He assisted on both goals in the Wolverines' 3-2 loss to Boston University the next night.
Skoff, named the Third Star for the second time this season, only gave up a goal apiece in Penn State's two-game sweep over Holy Cross. The McKees Rock, PA native stopped 29 of 30 shots Friday and 28 Saturday as the Nittany Lions won 7-1.
Nathan Wells is a college hockey columnist for SB Nation. You can also follow him on Twitter -- Follow @gopherstate