Most players, when presented the opportunity, would go for the goal. Not Will Lockwood.
Michigan's offense has improved, but its defense needs to improve
Michigan players dug their feet in and showcased a resilience that hadn't been seen before this season.
STATE COLLEGE, PENN. –– A thrilling comeback on back-to-back nights seemed too good to be true for the Michigan hockey team. But what ensued on Saturday was thrilling nonetheless.
STATE COLLEGE — Jake Slaker knew in the back of his mind that good things come to those who wait, and he got to see that firsthand Friday night against No. 5 Penn State .
The No. 16 Michigan hockey team (5-4 overall, 1-1 Big Ten) is getting thrown into the fire — facing one fierce opponent after the other — right at the beginning of conference play.
Freshman forward Garrett Van Wyhe and his line are trying to find the offensive touch
Some people get a thrill out of the chase –– whatever that chase entails. That is, unless you’re Michigan hockey coach Mel Pearson and what you’re chasing is the puck.
Less than five minutes into the third period on Saturday, Nick Blankenburg received the puck near the blue line.
For many things in sports, timing is everything. In hockey, that includes the power play.