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Michigan Hockey

Brown's physical prowess puts him in spotlight

BY RYAN KARTJE

Many collegiate freshman forwards start their career in hopes of scoring as many goals as possible. After all, statistics are what gets them noticed in the junior leagues.
But that doesn’t concern Chris Brown.
“My first shift, my first goal was to get hit or make a hit,” Brown said. “I love to play physical.”

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Notebook: Rust, Hagelin and Brown shine as starters

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BY TIM ROHAN

ANCHORAGE — The Michigan hockey team has a good problem — too many talented players are capable of starting.
After the Wolverines were shut out 2-0 in their season opener, Michigan coach Red Berenson made a change before Saturday's game against Alaska-Anchorage.

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Michigan hockey shut out in season opener

BY TIM ROHAN

ANCHORAGE — The Michigan hockey team may want what happened in Alaska to stay in Alaska — well, at least part of it.

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CCHA season opens with matchup against Alaska-Fairbanks this weekend

BY RYAN KARTJE

It wasn’t the performance that Michigan coach Red Berenson had hoped for from his new top line.
Last November, as the Wolverines left Fairbanks following a two-game split with the Nanooks, then-sophomore and top scorer Louie Caporusso left as the only first-liner to score a goal all weekend.
Berenson’s comments about Caporusso’s single first-line goal spoke for themselves:

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Newly formed hockey student section looks to branch out

BY NICK SPAR

Yost Ice Arena definitely won't be the only place to house rowdy Michigan hockey fans this season. At last night's first Michigan hockey student section mass meeting, the main topic of discussion was traveling to support the Wolverines in road games during the CCHA season.

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Wolverines get first look at 2010 hockey recruits

BY RYAN KARTJE

It wasn’t the way Jack Campbell wanted to make his Yost Ice Arena debut.
Thirteen seconds into Saturday’s game, the highly touted goaltending recruit watched the Michigan hockey team's first shot, a wrister from sophomore defenseman Brandon Burlon, go past him and into the back of the net.

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Notebook: Hockey media, coaches and national audience expect a lot from Wolverines

BY TIM ROHAN

When Michigan coach Red Berenson took over the struggling hockey team in the spring of 1984, he had big ideas for the program.
“I thought that if I’m a young hockey player and I’m looking at the top five programs in the country, I want Michigan to be one of those five,” Berenson said.

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Wolverines begin preseason against familiar foe this weekend

BY NICK SPAR

Freshmen Chris Brown, Kevin Lynch and A.J. Treais have already experienced firsthand the on-ice atmosphere of a Michigan preseason opener.

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Michigan's Lone Star on the ice

BY NICK SPAR

It was in 2006 when coaches Rob Krohl and Pat Peake looked on at the Prospects Hockey Tournament in Toronto, billed as the best showcase of hockey talent in North America. Both were coaches for Detroit Honeybaked, a developmental hockey league that looked for the best of the best — NHL-caliber talent.

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The Game: Summers isn't going anywhere

BY NICOLE AUERBACH

The Phoenix Coyotes put out a press release Sunday about their prospects, and in it, they've confirmed that Michigan defenseman and captain Chris Summers will return for his senior season this fall.
To read the entire entry, click here.

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