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Tuesday, August 4, 2015

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Michigan Hockey

Fifteen Wolverines attend NHL Development Camps

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BY CHLOE AUBUCHON

Fifteen Wolverine team draft picks and free agent invitees participated in NHL Development Camps over the past few weeks, honing their skills and gaining valuable experience without affecting their NCAA eligibility.

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Boo Nieves heads back to New York with confidence

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BY SYLVANNA GROSS

In one year, Boo Nieves will graduate from Michigan and, depending on his performance, possibly transition from wearing maize and blue shirts to being a Blueshirt.

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Michigan defenseman Zach Werenski taken eighth, commit Kyle Connor taken 17th in NHL Draft

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BY ZACH SHAW

Despite being just 17, Werenski showed why he was one of the world’s top prospects with Michigan. He led all Big Ten defenseman with nine goals, and was named to the All-Big Ten First Team and Rookie Team.

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After breakout senior season, Zach Hyman signs with hometown Maple Leafs

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BY BRAD WHIPPLE

A Toronto native who spent his childhood watching Leafs’ games with his brothers and friends, Hyman will now get the chance to represent his favorite NHL team.

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Michigan unveils complete 2015-16 hockey schedule

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BY TED JANES

A journey to the 2016 Frozen Four won’t be easy for the Michigan hockey team, but with a strong preseason road schedule, it’s the Wolverines’ to lose.

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Jason Rubinstein: The 'C' is for Compher

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BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

For Berenson, the decision to give Compher the ‘C’ is one that is likely to pay dividends because, simply, it’s the right decision.

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JT Compher to be Michigan’s new captain

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BY ZACH SHAW

Senior forwards Justin Selman and Boo Nieves were named alternate captains.

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Dylan Larkin to leave Michigan, join Red Wings organization

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BY ZACH SHAW

After months of speculation and contemplation, former Michigan hockey forward Dylan Larkin will forgo his final three years of NCAA eligibility and join the Detroit Red Wings organization, which drafted him in the first round of the 2014 NHL Draft.

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Former goalie standout Shields returns to Michigan as volunteer assistant

BY ZACH SHAW

The program announced Thursday that former Michigan standout and 10-year NHL veteran goaltender Steve Shields will join the team as a volunteer assistant coach for next season.

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Commit Kyle Connor: 'A player to watch'

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BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Blue-chip recruit Kyle Connor has torn up the United States Hockey League the past three years — registering 195 points in three seasons with the Youngstown Phantoms — and that has Michigan coach Red Berenson excited.

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