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Michigan Hockey

Hockey bold predictions

BY DAILY ICE HOCKEY WRITERS

Michael Eisenstein:
Sophomore forward Matt Rust and senior forward Travis Turnbull will both score at least 10 goals in the regular season. They have seven and eight right now, respectively.

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Sauer could start again

BY GJON JUNCAJ

After winning 14 of its last 16 games, the No. 3 Michigan hockey team has resoundingly put its disappointing first half behind them. Although the Wolverines have seemingly resolved their consistency issues, there is still a question that has gone unanswered:
Will Billy Sauer ever get any goal support this season?

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Vaughan's return characterized by ups and downs

Zachary Meisner/Daily

BY CHRIS MESZAROS

Earlier this season, Michigan hockey coach Red Berenson would have been happy with just three healthy defensive parings.
But now some of his players would be happy with a little more time on the ice.

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Michael Eisenstein: Michigan's depth will carry it down the stretch

BY MICHAEL EISENSTEIN

Michigan overtook Notre Dame in the PairWise this weekend. That means the Wolverines would get the edge over the Fighting Irish as the No. 1 seed in the Grand Rapids Regional, by far the closest location to Ann Arbor.

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Wolverines clinch top-four finish in the CCHA

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BY NICOLE AUERBACH

It takes a lot to get Michigan hockey coach Red Berenson to smile.
Friday’s 8-3 win over Nebraska-Omaha? Nope.
“I'm a hard coach to play for and I'm a hard coach to please,” Berenson said after the game.

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Michigan scores late to finish off sweep of Nebraska-Omaha

BY NICOLE AUERBACH

Michigan coach Red Berenson said yesterday that taking a lot of penalties disrupts the rhythm of the game and can take players “out of the mix.”
That was certainly the case in tonight’s first period, and it took awhile for the Wolverines to find that right tempo — over 35 minutes, to be more precise.

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Wolverines pile on late goals to blow out Mavericks

BY CHRIS MESZAROS

After just three minutes, it looked like the game would be a blowout.
But after the No. 4 Michigan hockey team took an early 2-0 lead, Nebraska Omaha didn’t lay down. And though the Wolverines ultimately prevailed with an 8-3 win, the Mavericks looked like the better team after the first period.

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Live Blog: Michigan hockey takes on Nebraska-Omaha

BY GJON JUNCAJ

With six games left in the regular season, the Wolverines are looking to close out strong and earn a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. Nebraska-Omaha is looking to earn a first-round bye. Tonight, they square off at Yost Ice Arena.

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Hagelin finds comfort in father's visits

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BY NICOLE AUERBACH

At the end of Tuesday’s hockey practice, Michigan sophomore Carl Hagelin walked off the ice, saw his father in the bleachers and called out to him in his native Swedish.
Standing close to Hagelin as he conversed with his dad, senior forward Danny Fardig tried to mimic his teammate.

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Pateryn's steady improvement a pleasant surprise

BY GJON JUNCAJ

When injuries to senior captain Mark Mitera and junior Steve Kampfer decimated the No. 4 Michigan hockey team's defense during the season's opening weekend, the squad's deepest unit quickly became its weakest link. With the Wolverines already missing freshman defenseman Brandon Burlon because of an ankle sprain, it seemed like an appropriate time for the time to panic.

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