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Michigan Hockey

Compare and contrast: Michigan goaltenders

Paul Sherman/Daily

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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Transition to college hockey a breeze for Cutler Martin

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BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Martin arrived in Ann Arbor having not played a game since December 2013, due to a concussion he suffered while playing with the Tri-City Storm in the United States Hockey League. Fast forward to this December, and Martin has become a catalyst of Michigan’s defense, registering nine points in 15 games. Moreover, Martin has become the anchor of the third defensive unit.

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Notebook: Riding momentum, Wolverines must remedy road woes

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY JEREMY SUMMITT

The Wolverines have to play games on the road — six of them in the next month, to be exact — and that has become a bewildering problem for them.

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SportsMonday Column

SportsMonday Column: The milestone Red doesn't want to read about

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BY GREG GARNO

Red Berenson hopes this story will be about something other than himself.

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Ice Hockey

Erin Lennon: Zach Hyman deserves your attention

BY ERIN LENNON

Right now, Zach Hyman is the player who deserves the most attention from opposing defenses. His teammates know that, even if he won’t take the credit.

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Ice Hockey

Michigan sweeps Minnesota as Berenson tallies his 800th win

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BY JEREMY SUMMITT

Red Berenson’s 31-year tenure as the head coach of the Michigan hockey program has comprised an era of prestige laden with countless awards and accomplishments.

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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

Sam Mousigian/Daily

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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