Hockey

Steve Racine has done his part to help bail out the Michigan hockey team lately.

After three and a half years, Racine is playing the best hockey he ever has in a Michigan uniform.

Senior goalie Steve Racine has seen a resurgence in his play of late.

Here are five things we learned from Michigan’s trip to Madison this past weekend.

Michigan's Tyler Motte leads the nation in goals, and the Wolverines also feature the nation's leaders in points and assists.

There has perhaps never been an offense as prolific as Michigan’s in the modern history of college hockey.

In a weekend full of momentum shifts, odd bounces and wacky calls, the Wolverines took the result and ran for the team buses.

Tyler Motte set the tone for No. 6 Michigan’s 4-1 win over Wisconsin on Friday.

Red Berenson's team will wrap up its six-game road trip at Wisconsin this weekend.

The Wolverines only gave up four goals last weekend in their best defensive effort of 2016, but Berenson knows Michigan can still improve, even with the offense playing the way that it is.

JT Compher has tallied 28 assists in 25 games for the Wolverines this season.

Since Compher was paired with freshman forward Kyle Connor and junior forward Tyler Motte 14 games ago, he has netted nine goals and 18 helpers.

Tyler Motte and Michigan are tied for first in the Big Ten with 27 points in 12 games.

Just over half of the Big Ten hockey season is in the books, and the conference is split into two distinct camps.

Senior forward Boo Nieves doesn't mind playing on Olympic-sized ice.

After Saturday’s victory, senior forward Justin Selman dubbed Friday's loss a wake-up call — a sentiment his teammates agreed with.

Steve Racine was solid all weekend for the Michigan hockey team.

With Racine playing the way he has the last two months, those days of inconsistent goaltending may be over.