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Michigan Hockey

Dylan Larkin to leave Michigan, join Red Wings organization

James Coller/Daily

BY ZACH SHAW

After months of speculation and contemplation, former Michigan hockey forward Dylan Larkin will forgo his final three years of NCAA eligibility and join the Detroit Red Wings organization, which drafted him in the first round of the 2014 NHL Draft.

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Former goalie standout Shields returns to Michigan as volunteer assistant

BY ZACH SHAW

The program announced Thursday that former Michigan standout and 10-year NHL veteran goaltender Steve Shields will join the team as a volunteer assistant coach for next season.

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Commit Kyle Connor: 'A player to watch'

Courtesy of the Youngstown Phantoms

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Blue-chip recruit Kyle Connor has torn up the United States Hockey League the past three years — registering 195 points in three seasons with the Youngstown Phantoms — and that has Michigan coach Red Berenson excited.

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SportsMonday Column

SportsMonday Column: The things you don’t hear in Michigan athletics

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

Never before has there been a year as unpredictable and unflattering in Michigan athletics.

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Andrew Copp will forgo senior season, join Winnipeg Jets

James Coller/Daily

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Three days later, the junior captain has made up his mind and decided to forgo his senior season, signing a three-year entry-level contract to join the Winnipeg Jets organization.

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Berenson unsure of Larkin, Werenski and Copp's futures

James Coller/Daily

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

At a program like Michigan, which brings in elite recruiting classes full of NHL draft picks every year, it’s expected that some players may not stay all four years.

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Red Berenson to return next season

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ZACH SHAW

When the Michigan hockey team takes the ice for its home opener next October, the fans at Yost Ice Arena will see a familiar face following the team to the bench. Michigan coach Red Berenson announced that he plans to return for the 2015-16 season.

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Jeremy Summitt: When legends are left empty-handed

James Coller/Daily

BY JEREMY SUMMITT

As a man of few words, Berenson likely won’t express how much this weekend stings, nor will he admit how long it might sting for. He’s used to being at the top of the hockey world. This is an uncomfortable and unfamiliar position for a coach of his stature.

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SportsMonday Column

SportsMonday Column: Improving a quiet tournament

James Coller/Daily

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

The biggest game of Michigan’s season didn’t feel like it at all. And that’s a problem.

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As Hyman's career ends painfully, Werenski looks ahead to brighter days

James Coller/Daily

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Red Berenson found solace, though, knowing that Hyman did everything he possibly could to extend the Wolverines’ season.

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