Ice Hockey

Sophomore forward Will Lockwood scored the crucial opening goal for Michigan on Friday night.

The Wolverines outshot Vermont, 17-5, in the first period, eventually breaking through in the second to secure a victory.

Red Berenson was honored Thursday, as the University’s Board of Regents unanimously approved the proposal to name the rink after the legendary coach.

The rink inside the arena is now “Red Berenson Rink,” honoring the legendary Michigan hockey coach of 33 years who retired at the end of last season.

Sophomore goaltender Hayden Lavigne is amidst a goaltender competition with fellow sophomore Jack LaFontaine.

The Daily takes an in-depth look at the Wolverine roster by position, deciphering which goaltender will be named starter, which veterans are primed to perform to potential and which freshmen could claim instant stardom.

The Michigan hockey team is surrounded by talent in the Big Ten, as four teams in the conference are ranked in the Top 20.

The Daily breaks down the 2017 rendition of the Big Ten conference.

Michigan coach Mel Pearson has proven he can revive a program, but his plan will undoubtedly take time.

Mel Pearson's arrival has injected energy into Michigan hockey, but the transformation of this program won’t happen overnight.

Michigan coach Mel Pearson isn't concerned with the legacy he leaves in Ann Arbor, but instead is simply happy to be reunited with the program.

Pearson knows the task of replacing a legend presents a challenge unlike any he has ever faced. He knows he isn’t the next Red Berenson, and he’s not trying to be.
What matters to Pearson, though, is that he’s at home.

Graduate student Alex Roos scored and assisted in Michigan's season-opening exhibition before tallying another goal against St. Lawrence.

After his career at Colorado College was altered by a coaching change, Roos changed his path — landing in Ann Arbor to pursue a masters degree while contributing to the Michigan hockey team.

Sophomore forward Will Lockwood is optimistic that Mel Pearson's new concepts will help Michigan improve in the long run.

Following a split in their first regular season contests — a 3-1 win Friday against St. Lawrence and 3-0 loss Saturday at Clarkson — the Wolverines are looking to take full advantage of fall break and a bye week to prepare for their first home series next weekend against Vermont.

Senior forward Tony Calderone tallied one goal and a team-leading five shots Friday night.

The Wolverines outshot their opponents, 56-43, but had just three combined goals to show for it. They would go on to earn a 3-1 win before suffering a 3-0 loss.

Forward Alex Roos netted the first goal of his Michigan career against St. Lawrence this weekend.

Falling to Clarkson in the Saturday nightcap halted the Wolverines’ chance for a weekend sweep, and resulted in Michigan (1-1-0) splitting its opening weekend.

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