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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
Michigan faced the Buckeyes in the second matchup of a two-game series Saturday at Value City Arena, rallying for a 1-0 win after dropping the first game Friday, 4-2.
The Wolverines surrendered two last-minute goals, and their loss to the Buckeyes became just another part of their worst season in three decades.
The Michigan hockey team (2-10-2 Big Ten, 9-16-3 overall) will face No. 12 Ohio State this weekend in its second-to-last series of the regular season.
The senior forward entered the year with high expectations, yet things haven't played out the way he hoped they would.
For the near future, Alex Talcott will continue giving assistance and motivating to his teammates. It might not be on the ice, or even during game time, but Talcott has carved out a role for himself.
No matter where a player’s first goal is scored, the puck and the memory will be with them forever.
The past weekend provided insight into the progress the Wolverines have made this season. They’re better than they have been — but they still weren't good enough to record their first sweep of the season.
Any semblance of momentum Michigan had was halted when Wisconsin defenseman Peter Tischke tipped an errant shot into the net for the game-winning goal.
At the Kohl Center, two late goals from the Badgers sealed the Wolverines’ fate, as they dropped their ninth Big Ten game of the season.
Michigan’s struggling defense won't get a break this weekend, as it will take on offensive-minded Wisconsin on an Olympic-sized rink.