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U.S. National Team Development alums aid Michigan to exhibition victory

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ERIN LENNON

Despite an ominous first two minutes, in which NTDP forward Matthew Tkachuck wristed an open look over sophomore goaltender Zach Nagelvoort’s left shoulder, Michigan’s offense took command in a high-scoring victory, 7-4.

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Facing off for potentially the final time, C.J., not Tyler, takes the last laugh

James Coller/Daily

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

But in the end, despite Tyler’s goal, when the buzzer at Ewigleben Ice Arena sounded, it was C.J. who got the last laugh.

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Michigan's comeback efforts fall short at No. 9 Ferris State

James Coller/Daily

BY JEREMY SUMMITT

BIG RAPIDS, Mich. — Conceding two goals in the first 63 seconds of the season didn’t help erase the question marks surrounding the Michigan hockey team’s defensive corps.

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Hockey opens season at Ferris State

James Coller/Daily

BY ZACH SHAW

Despite NCAA rules limiting the coaching staff in practice and a young core still getting acclimated to college hockey, the No. 8 Michigan Hockey team opens its 2014-15 season with a trip to Big Rapids, Mich. to take on No. 9 Ferris State.

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Young leaders to guide Michigan hockey through 2014-15 season

File Photo/Daily

BY ERIN LENNON

According to Michigan coach Red Berenson, choices like Glendening and Copp are made easier because of a lack of strong leadership among the upper classes. Those who make an impact and are in it for the long haul are rare commodities.

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Notebook: A healthy Lohan helps alleviate defensive question marks

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

The players know it; the coaching staff knows it: defense is a major question mark heading into the upcoming season.

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Notebook: Coaches weigh in on year two of Big Ten hockey

Patrick Barron/Daily

BY ERIN LENNON

Outside of the inevitable media and recruiting boosts, the inaugural season of Big Ten hockey proved the gap between a fledgling program in Penn State and the storied ones in Michigan and Minnesota wasn’t so large after all.

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Notebook: With another class of impact freshmen, Michigan searching for defensive consistency

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BY JEREMY SUMMITT

That’s left much responsibility to the trio of captains. Amidst the role of mentoring another large recruiting class, Copp, Hyman, and Compher had the added pressure of guiding Michigan back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2012.

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Michigan hockey alumni return to Yost Ice Arena

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ERIN LENNON

“It’s old-timer hockey, summer hockey,” Berenson said. “We had fun and we work on it. It was a good game. I’m just glad they all came back. It was a good turnout.”

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Michigan to take on Michigan State at Soldier Field

BY ERIN LENNON

On Feb. 7, 2015, outdoor hockey will return to Soldier Field in the third annual Coyote Hockey City Classic.

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