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Michigan Hockey

Jason Rubinstein: It'd be a damn shame

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BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

For the Michigan hockey team, a postseason berth is far from certain. And that’s a damn shame.

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Offense continues to roll, Wolverines sweep Wisconsin

BY ERIN LENNON

Michigan (7-1-0 Big Ten, 15-7-0 overall) completed its second series sweep in conference play with a 6-0 win over the Badgers on Saturday.

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Third period scoring barrage leads 'M' to 7-4 win over Wisconsin

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Hyman tied the game midway through the third period — with his trademark backhanded shot over the goalie’s stick side — before junior forward Justin Selman finished off a hat trick in a 7-4 Michigan win. The Wolverines’ have now scored seven goals in six contests this season.

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Michigan searches for tighter defensive play at Wisconsin

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BY JEREMY SUMMITT

Typically, a weekend trip to Madison would be the last place a team could safely shore up defensive concerns, but this year is an outlier. The Badgers (0-3-1, 2-13-3) have had a historically poor season, and this series represents a golden opportunity for the Wolverines to tighten their play in their own zone.

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Breaking down the nation’s top offense

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BY ZACH SHAW

No team in the country scores as much as the 16th-ranked Wolverines, at 4.15 goals per game.

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Notebook: Wolverines practicing at Ann Arbor Ice Cube to gain edge

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BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

For multiple Michigan hockey players, Tuesday’s practice was nostalgic.

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Wolverines look to create own energy on the road

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BY ZACH SHAW

The fans in Columbus— all 8,156 of them — had been silenced early. For the Wolverines, that meant mission accomplished. The win at Ohio State marked the first of an eight-game road trip for No. 16 Michigan.

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Michigan explodes, routs Ohio State 10-6

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BY ZACH SHAW

The Wolverines scored early and often, as senior forward Zach Hyman and sophomore forward Tyler Motte each tallied two goals and Michigan cruised to its fifth consecutive win.

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Red-hot Wolverines ready for road rivalry game

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BY ZACH SHAW

Michigan has struggled mightily on the road, where it is 1-5, including four straight losses by a combined 18-6.

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Compare and contrast: Michigan goaltenders

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BY ERIN LENNON

More than a 7-5 win and a series sweep, Saturday’s contest was a microcosm of Michigan’s goaltending predicament over the last two years — Racine seemingly securing the starting position before suffering an injury and Nagelvoort making a case for the position before Racine’s return.

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