The No. 13 Michigan hockey team weathered the storm, emerging with a 2-1 win over Ferris State Friday night at Ewigleben Arena.

Nolan De Jong said his team is working to bear down on defense to replace its lost offensive firepower.

Through four games, the Bulldogs have been outscored 13-8 by their opponents.

The Wolverines racked up 10 penalty minutes in the first, giving Union six power play shot attempts and one goal.

Union outshot Michigan 40 to 23 as the Wolverines lost their season opener.

Red Berenson's team plays its only exhibition Sunday against Windsor.

Sunday’s matchup will serve as a perfect opportunity for head coach Red Berenson to see what his freshmen bring to the table.

JT Compher compiled 16 goals and 47 assists this past season.

The Wolverines’ captain had a stellar 2015-16 campaign, tallying 16 goals and 47 assists to finish second on the team in scoring.

Nolan De Jong is the Daily's vote for Michigan's most improved player.

Michigan ended its season with a 5-2 loss to North Dakota on March 26.

After only one season with the Wolverines, Connor signed a three-year contract with the National Hockey League’s Winnipeg Jets. The Jets drafted Connor this past summer with their first round pick (17th overall).

Kyle Connor put together a terrific freshman season but lost in Hobey Baker Award voting released Friday.

Connor was unable to join the ranks of the Wolverines’ other two Hobey Baker winners — Brendan Morrison and Kevin Porter.

Michigan hockey coach Red Berenson will return for his 33rd season behind the bench.

Berenson’s contract expired after this past season, and Manuel said Friday that the two sides are working to develop a new deal.