Ice Hockey

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.

James Sanchez shoots the puck against Penn State in Joe Louis Arena on Thursday night. Penn State defeated Michigan 4-to-1 in the first round of the Big Ten tournament.

The Wolverines saw their season come to an end with a 4-1 loss.

Senior defenseman Nolan De Jong and the Wolverines are experiencing more success than they have all season.

If they were to qualify for the NCAA Tournament at all, they would need to run the gauntlet at the Big Ten Tournament, winning three games in as many days.

Junior defenseman Sam Piazza finished the regular season with six goals and eight assists.

Out of all 28 members on the roster, Piazza stood alone as the only member to be recognized by the Big Ten this past week with a Big Ten honorable mention nod.

Freshman forward Jake Slaker is leading the Wolverines in points entering the Big Ten Tournament.

For Michigan's freshman, this weekend will be the first time they’ve played in the Big Ten Tournament.

Zach Nagelvoort plays in the game against Michigan State in Yost Ice Arena on February 11.

Nagelvoort stopped all 46 of Penn State’s shots Saturday at Yost Ice Arena.

After losing some games to superior teams, getting upset by teams it should have beaten and being on the wrong end of several other close games, the Michigan hockey team swept a weekend series for the first time this season against No. 11 Penn State, winning Saturday, 4-0.

The team celebrates a win against Penn State at Yost on Friday.

Michigan clawed back after a late first-period goal, defeating No. 11 Penn State at Yost Ice Arena, 3-2, for its third win in its last four games.