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Michigan Hockey

Michigan defeats No. 9 Minnesota in overtime thriller

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BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Just when it appeared all the momentum turned into Minnesota’s favor, Justin Selman found twine to send the game to overtime, where Cutler Martin sniped one home en route to 4-3 Michigan win.

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Notebook: Berenson hopes WJC participants can fit right back in

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BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Now, with sophomore forwards JT Compher and Tyler Motte, freshman forward Dylan Larkin and freshman defenseman Zach Werenksi back in Ann Arbor after representing the United States at the World Junior Championships, the worries have shifted toward how these four dynamic players will fit back into the lineup.

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Wolverines to battle No. 8 Minnesota at home

BY ERIN LENNON

While it’s only early January, when the Wolverines take on No. 8 Minnesota in their first series of 2015, the results will likely play a major role in determining the Big Ten champion come March.

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Catching up on Michigan Hockey: Racine headlines successful break for Wolverines

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BY ZACH SHAW

Though it had been nearly two months since his last start, the junior goaltender looked right at home between the pipes at the Great Lakes Invitational in Detroit.

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World Junior Championships update: Dylan Larkin shining bright

James Coller/Daily

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Prior to the Michigan hockey team capturing its 16th Great Lakes Invitational championship, doubt surrounded the team. The Wolverines had an up-and-down start to their season, failing to win consistently on the road, leaving the team still searching for another résumé-boosting win.

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Michigan topples Michigan State to capture 16th GLI title

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BY JEREMY SUMMITT

DETROIT — It’d be easy to say Michigan’s odds to win the 50th annual Great Lakes Invitational were rather slim. Missing four of their top players to the World Junior Championship and practically stumbling toward the end of a forgettable non-conference slate, the Wolverines hardly stood a chance.

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Behind Racine, Michigan edges Michigan Tech to advance to GLI final

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BY JEREMY SUMMITT

It had been nearly two months since he started a game, but Steve Racine stepped up when he was needed most.
During Sunday’s semifinal against No. 5 Michigan Tech (13-4) in the Great Lakes Invitational, the junior goaltender made 40 saves in his best performance of the season to lead Michigan to a 2-1 victory.

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Michigan without key talent entering Great Lakes Invitational

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BY ERIN LENNON

A depleted Michigan will take on No. 6 Michigan Tech in the first round Sunday at Joe Louis Arena.

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After Boston College loss, the road ahead not a pretty one for Wolverines

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BY ZACH SHAW

The trip to Chestnut Hill was the first game in a 13-game stretch for Michigan with 11 away games. With the two home games against No. 7 Minnesota, the daunting stretch will define the Wolverines’ season.

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Road woes continue as hockey falls to Boston College

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BY ZACH SHAW

The Wolverines were unable to utilize the momentum built up in a successful homestand, falling 5-1 to No. 16 Boston College on Saturday in their first road game since Nov. 1.

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