It has been the same old story for the Michigan hockey team. Not the one where it scores five goals a game, but the one where it has multiple defensive breakdowns.
And unlike previous games, the offense couldn’t bail out its sloppy defensive play.
The No. 10 Michigan hockey team has done it again.
After coming back to tie Union, 5-5, last weekend after being down 3-1 at the end of the second period, the Wolverines faced a similar predicament Friday night at Yost Ice Arena.
No. 10 Michigan will defend its home ice and untarnished resume in a two-game series on Friday and Saturday.
As an assistant captain for the Michigan hockey team, Justin Selman has a lot of responsibilities both on and off the ice.
Back in the bruising ‘90s of the NHL, one of Shields’ altercations will stand out to old-time fans everywhere.
Opposing teams might consider the Michigan hockey team’s first line its best and its second line the most annoying. But they should start fearing its third line — its most steady.
The No. 11 Michigan hockey team has played just four games this season, but its 2015 campaign already looks much different than the last.
The biggest key Michigan has talked about so far is taking care of business in early-season non-conference games, which they haven’t done in recent years.
TROY, N.Y. — On Oct. 11, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute became a giant killer. Just three games into their season, the Engineers hosted then-No. 1 Boston College and sent the national powerhouse home with a 2-1 loss.
No. 11 Michigan left its first trip to Schenectady with a 5-5 tie.