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Michigan sneaks by New Hampshire to earn a split of weekend series

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY JEREMY SUMMITT

Michigan (1-2) scored two goals in the first 1:50 of the second period off the shots of sophomore defenseman Michael Downing and freshman defenseman Cutler Martin.

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New Hampshire dominates Michigan, earns first-ever win in Ann Arbor

James Coller/Daily

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

New Hampshire netted a late power-play goal in the first period and never looked back, sealing its first-ever victory at Yost Ice Arena, 5-1.

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VIDEO: The Boardroom (Episode 5)

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

This week on The Boardroom we break down what the Michigan football team’s win over Penn State means going forward, discuss the hockey team’s goalie situation and look ahead to men’s and women’s basketball.

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Breaking down Big Ten Hockey: 2014

James Coller/Daily

BY ZACH SHAW

On Nov. 20, Michigan State travels to Ohio State to open the second Big Ten hockey season. Continuing to establish itself among the nation’s premiere conferences, the Big Ten boasts four teams ranked inside the top 20. Before the conference slate kicks off, The Michigan Daily breaks down the other five teams.

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Faceoff 2014

Jeremy Summitt: Two’s company in Michigan’s crease

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY JEREMY SUMMITT

Zach Nagelvoort and Steve Racine have shared playing time for almost one year, and it’s time to stop wondering who the starting goaltender will be for the 2014-15 campaign. There isn’t one, and that’s perfectly fine.

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Notebook: Berenson and Umile meet yet again

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Seventeen seasons later, when Michigan and New Hampshire face off this weekend, both esteemed coaches remain atop their respective programs. And 17 years later, Berenson, who didn’t see much, if any, difference between the two programs then, feels the same way in 2014.

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SportsWednesday Column: What Michigan is supposed to be

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

The Wolverines, the same team that had come one win away from qualifying for the NCAA Tournament — two years in a row. One win away from relieving the pressure of generations past, instead left to let the fact burn in the back of their minds.

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Second-line strength gives Wolverines an edge

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ZACH SHAW

In two exhibition wins, the forward tandem of freshman Dylan Larkin, senior Zach Hyman and sophomore Alex Kile combined for four goals and 11 assists, making it Michigan’s most productive line.

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Faceoff 2014

Position-by-position breakdown: Forward corps leads the way

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ERIN LENNON

Most of its early stats are unofficial, but two exhibition contests and a single regular season game have shown the No. 10 Michigan hockey team to be deep on both sides of the puck.

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Faceoff 2014

JT Compher: The most competitive player on the ice

Courtesy of the Compher Family

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Compher has every intention of changing the program around. He’s the most competitive player on a team that hasn’t qualified for the NCAA Tournament two years in a row. And he’ll do everything in his power to reverse the trend, even if he makes his teammates feel uncomfortable — he doesn’t care. He only cares about raising another banner in Yost Ice Arena.

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