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Michigan Hockey

Notebook: Fourth line making most of limited action

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ZACH SHAW

Despite limited action, the combination of senior Travis Lynch, freshman Dexter Dancs and freshman Tony Calderone combined for four points in a 6-3 win over American International Saturday. Though they became linemates just days before the series, the trio made a strong case to stay together.

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Role players float offense while Wolverines find scoring pace

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BY ERIN LENNON

The sweep — which pushed the Wolverines’ record to a more respectable 4-5 against nonconference competition — featured tallies from proven scorers as well as role players, a sign the unit is emerging from a seven-game drought.

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The Boardroom

VIDEO: The Boardroom (Episode 9)

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

This week on The Boardroom we breakdown hockey, men's hoops and the comments President Mark Schlissel made regarding the athletic culture on campus.

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Ice Hockey

Michigan earns much-needed sweep of American International

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BY JEREMY SUMMITT

With its back against the wall after a 2-5 start to the season, the Michigan hockey team needed a stellar weekend against American International, and the Wolverines delivered.

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Compher, Nieves and Shuart forming an imposing line

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

This past week, the Wolverines’ coach moved sophomore forward JT Compher back to center — his normal position — after he struggled on the wing. He shifted junior forward Boo Nieves from center to right wing and completed the line with sophomore forward Max Shuart.

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Hockey

Michigan earns its second rout in as many days, topples Yellow Jackets, 6-3

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BY ZACH SHAW

After lighting up American International’s first-string goalie Alex Murray for five goals in Friday night’s win, the Michigan hockey team did even worse to substitute Hunter Leisner Saturday night, as five different Wolverines combined for six goals en route to a 6-3 win to complete the sweep.

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Ice Hockey

Lohan tallies first career goal, Michigan wins 5-2

BY ERIN LENNON

Two weeks removed from game mode proved exactly the break Michigan hockey needed to get key players back on the scoring chart against American International on Friday night at Yost Ice Arena.

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Versus AIC, Wolverines ready to snap skid

James Coller/Daily

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

“We’re desperate right now and not taking any game lightly,” said senior forward Zach Hyman. “We need to win games, and AIC is going to be tough.”

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‘The will of the game:’ faceoffs key for hockey’s rebound

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ZACH SHAW

With an upcoming homestand beginning Friday against American International, face-offs have once again been deemed as one of the Wolverines’ victory stats that they’ll need to succeed in to get back in the win column.

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Ice Hockey

Upon his return from injury, Sinelli is set to showcase versatility

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY JEREMY SUMMITT

Andrew Sinelli is expected to play a critical part in the Michigan hockey team’s aspirations to rebound from a disappointing 2-5 start. As a player that’s constantly switching positions, he is set to start on the team's top line this weekend.

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