Hockey

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The Wolverines beat Arizona State, 8-1, in a game that felt utterly inconceivable just a few short months ago. Emerging from the weeks of daily testing, socially-distanced dressing rooms and masked practices was a Michigan team that operated as if play had never paused.

After establishing inroads across the continent, Michigan’s staff is reaping the recruiting benefits.

The Michigan hockey coaching staff is always looking into a crystal ball, trying to predict the future. 

The Daily breaks down Michigan's competition across this season's Big Ten landscape.

The Wolverines will get quite familiar with their opponents this year. Here’s how their competition stacks up.

Even during a pandemic, this unique hockey season promises to bring lots of excitement.

Let’s shift our attention away from all that’s lacking this season. Let’s enjoy what we’ve got.

Michigan hockey will look to stay healthy, pandemic and otherwise, with a crunched 2020-2021 schedule.

With the season set to begin this weekend, the Wolverines must also confront a challenge they face every year, pandemic or not — maintaining their physical health.

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Mann will be just as crucial to the Wolverines’ success this year as he was last year — maybe even more so.

Mel Pearson said Owen Power will be allowed to attend Canadian National Junior Team Selection Camp.

At the Michigan hockey team’s virtual media day, Pearson said that Power will be released to participate in the camp at some point, it’s just a question of when he will be allowed to leave.

After a stellar sophomore season and a lackluster junior year, Michael Pastujov is aiming high for his senior campaign.

With his brother gone, Michael is hoping to make his senior season a memorable one.

The Michigan hockey team will open its season against Arizona State.

With college hockey slated to begin next weekend, the clock was ticking for the schedule to be released. But that long wait is finally over as Michigan’s first 10 games were unveiled Thursday afternoon. 

Nick Pastujov signed with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers of the AHL.

Late last month, it was announced that recent Michigan graduate Nick Pastujov signed with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers of the American Hockey League (AHL).