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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

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Michigan Hockey

Wolverines in the Olympics

University's Davis and White win gold medal, set world record in ice dancing for United States

BY CAROLYN KODIS

On Monday, Davis and White finished first in ice dancing with a total score of 195.52 to become the first Americans to win gold in the event.

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Ice Hockey

Great special teams units don’t exist without penalties

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY JEREMY SUMMITT

Defensively, the penalty-killing unit has been the brightest spot. Michigan has allowed just two goals in the past six games while shorthanded despite taking 21 penalties in that span, holding opponents to a 9-percent conversion rate with the man advantage.

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Wolverines in Olympic Hockey: Medal Elimination Bracket Set

BY DAVID MALINOWSKI

Former Wolverines in Olympic hockey

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Michigan swept by No. 2 Minnesota, drops to third in conference standings

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ERIN LENNON

Saturday marked the second time Michigan was swept this season, but the second time to a Big Ten opponent. With the loss, Michigan falls to third place in the Big Ten standings with just six games remaining in conference play.

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Ice Hockey

Michigan falls to Minnesota, drops back-to-back games for second time all season

BY JEREMY SUMMITT

Every time the Michigan hockey team cracked open the door in Friday’s game at No. 2 Minnesota, it was quickly slammed shut.

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Minus Guptill, Michigan faces Minnesota in conference-defining series

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

Two losses at Wisconsin helped keep Michigan within six points of Minnesota, opening up a three-team battle with the Badgers for the two invaluable byes in the Big Ten Tournament.

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From forward to defenseman: Andrew Sinelli’s unusual transition on the ice

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

Sinelli has not only made the transition to fill in for injured freshman defenseman Kevin Lohan, he’s also provided stability to position that was inexperienced from the start of the season. And that presence has been key to how the 10th-ranked Wolverines have performed in the Big Ten.

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Red Berenson talks Olympics

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY JEREMY SUMMITT

Michigan hockey coach Red Berenson has been curling, and not just in the weight room.

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Racine’s performance complicates starting goaltender conversation

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ERIN LENNON

On Saturday at Penn State, Racine — on in relief of Nagelvoort, who allowed three goals in under 14 minutes of play — reminded the Wolverines why he was their starting goaltender in October.

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Greg Garno: When a loss feels like more than a loss

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

Penn State snapped Michigan’s five-game unbeaten streak on Saturday and ruined its chance to move back into second place in the Big Ten standings.

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