Hockey

Dexter Dancs would like his line to be called "Down in the DM" going forward.

Dancs joined the Daily for this week’s edition of Quick Hits.

Kyle Connor is the conference’s Player of the Year, and linemates Tyler Motte and JT Compher joined him on the first team.

Red Berenson's team played "Dickie Moore" hockey against Penn State.

Michigan coach Red Berenson was reminded of Dickie, an old teammate, after his team’s regular-season finale.

Kyle Connor's standout freshman season should earn Hobey Baker honors, writes Jason Rubinstein.

As just a freshman, Connor has totaled 61 points and 30 goals, including four this weekend, to lead the nation.

Boo Nieves, along with fellow seniors Justin Selman and Steve Racine, has helped lead Michigan back to the NCAA Tournament.

Boo Nieves, Justin Selman and Steve Racine began their careers on a team that ended the streak no one wanted to end, and they’ll go out ending the dubious streak that followed.

Regardless of the rumors, the Wolverines made one thing certain: If this was their coach’s last game on home ice, he was going out in a fashion emblematic of his entire career.

Freshman forward Kyle Connor celebrates a goal in a game against Penn State at Yost Ice Arena on Friday. Michigan won 7-1.

The Wolverines were on the receiving end of two key giveaways in the defensive zone at Yost Ice Arena.

Red Berenson's team plays its last home series of the season this weekend against Penn State.

The series could be the last one Michigan coach Red Berenson ever coaches at Yost Ice Arena.

Cooper Marody missed a month with mononucleosis, but he, Tony Calderone and Brendan Warren are back together on the same line.

Finally healthy again, Cooper Marody, Tony Calderone and Brendan Warren rejoined the same line and excelled against Ohio State.

Tony Calderone once played on a travel hockey team with five other current Michigan players.

Calderone’s 96 shots on the season slot him in third on the team, behind junior forward Tyler Motte and freshman forward Kyle Connor, respectively.