Ice Hockey

At Monday's press conference introducing Pearson, despite the "welcome back" theme, it was all about the future.

Pearson spent 23 years as an assistant coach under Red Berenson before serving as the head coach of Michigan Tech for the past six seasons.

The Michigan hockey team will need to replace former coach Red Berenson, possibly with one of his assistants.

With Berenson’s status as coach being uncertain over the past few years, there has been plenty of time to speculate on who would take his position when he did retire. The Daily breaks down some of the possible candidates for Michigan.

Michigan coach Red Berenson embedded his core values into the foundation of the Wolverine hockey program.

Berenson came back to the University looking to cultivate a family atmosphere in his program. Monday, as he reflected on his time at Michigan, he considers his attempt a success.

Michigan coach Red Berenson announced his retirement Monday afternoon after spending 33 years at the head of the program.

With his career coming to a close, former Michigan Daily hockey beat writers chose to reflect on their time covering the Wolverines under Mr. Berenson.

Michigan coach Red Berenson announced his retirement on Monday afternoon.

After an illustrious career that saw 11 Frozen Four appearances and two national championships, Berenson has decided to retire.

Michigan coach Red Berenson did not comment on whether or not he would be returning next season.

The banquet was an awards ceremony for the team and a time to honor the roster’s six seniors and reflect on the previous season.

Michigan coach Red Berenson experienced a fairly disappointing season that ends with more questions than answers.

With the Michigan hockey team’s 2016-17 season in the books, the Daily looks back at the performance of each unit this year and looks ahead to the 2017-18 season.

Senior forward Alex Kile joined the Rochester Americans, an affiliate of the Buffalo Sabres.

The senior forward recorded 40 goals and 40 assists in his career at Michigan.

Red Berenson at a game against Ohio State in the Value City Arena in Columbus on February 25.

If Thursday night’s game against Penn State proves to be Red Berenson’s last, it won’t have been the way he was supposed to go out.

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