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Michigan Hockey

Wolverines can’t unmask Huskies in Halloween nightmare

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BY ZACH SHAW

HOUGHTON, Mich. — As the sun set on Halloween night, Michigan coach Red Berenson announced there would be 11 line-up changes for his 15th-ranked hockey team. Like the costumed fans in the stands, the new look was supposed to spark creativity and increase energy.
It didn’t work.

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Michigan to enter defensive battle at Michigan Tech

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ERIN LENNON

At 2-3, Michigan will need to sweep a road series against No. 17 Michigan Tech to edge above .500 for the first time this season.

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Ice Hockey

Dylan Larkin and Zach Werenski rekindle an old friendship in Ann Arbor

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BY JEREMY SUMMITT

As two of the top hockey talents in the NCAA, Larkin and Werenski are being heavily relied on to bring the Michigan hockey team back to its former prominence. The pair of talented freshmen bring innate chemistry and a passionate work-ethic to a team looking to find its way into the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2012.

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Hyman welcomes back offensive firepower, embraces new role

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY ZACH SHAW

With a team-high seven points and a plus-four rating through five games, the senior has provided No. 15 Michigan with more than just his usual motor, but with a desperately needed offensive spark as well.

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Notebook: First line in flux?

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BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Copp and Compher have yet to tally a goal. The line’s only score came from left wing Dexter Dancs.

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Jason Rubinstein: No time to panic

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BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Berenson has been around hockey long enough to know when a team should panic. He knows that’s not now. He knows his team could’ve beaten Boston and knows there were far more positives than negatives on Saturday, despite the loss.

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Michigan dominates at UMass-Lowell, loses late to Boston University

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BY ERIN LENNON

This weekend, the No. 14 Michigan hockey team traveled to Boston where they split a pair of games between Boston University and UMass-Lowell.

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Hockey

Boston University scores late, Michigan falls 3-2

BY ERIN LENNON

On his birthday, Eichel’s game-tying goal gave No. 11 Boston University the second wind it needed to complete a 3-2 victory.

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Hyman nets first-ever hat trick in win over UMass-Lowell

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BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

All he saw was his Gatorade bottle flying in the air after Hyman had tallied his first-career hat trick en route to No. 14 Michigan’s 8-4 win over the seventh-ranked River Hawks.

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Ice Hockey

With a focus on improving special teams, Michigan battles Hockey East

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY JEREMY SUMMITT

While the memories of trips to Boston will resonate in both Berenson’s and Powers’ minds, there won’t be much time to reminisce about the past as Michigan will be tested against a pair of ranked foes. Friday’s game pits the Wolverines against No. 7 UMass-Lowell (2-0-1) before they travel to No. 12 Boston University (1-0) on Saturday.

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