Ice Hockey

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The adage “three strikes and you’re out” may have originated with baseball, but it works fairly well in hockey too.

Freshman forward Dakota Raabe scored an empty-net goal to seal Michigan's win over Wisconsin on Friday.

Despite having to use its special teams often, Michigan beat Wisconsin, 5-3.

Senior forward Tony Calderone and the Michigan hockey team realizes its time is running out to prove itself.

Two of Michigan's key, remaining series takes place this weekend against No. 18 Wisconsin.

Junior forward Cooper Marody is part of his team's top line.

“We still control our own destiny,” said Michigan coach Mel Pearson.

Former Michigan coach Red Berenson was named the recipient of the Hobey Baker Legends Award.

The accolades keep coming for Red Berenson.

Junior forward Cooper Marody has been skilled all season, but all the Wolverines have struggled on the power play.

Michigan's power play is trying to improve by simplifying how it approaches its opportunities.

Sophomore forward Will Lockwood will be out for the rest of the season after undergoing shoulder surgery Tuesday morning.

While playing for the United States national team in a Dec. 29 game against Canada at the World Junior Championships, Lockwood took a hit from behind and fell hard on his left shoulder. He was initially ruled out for the remainder of the tournament, and was later told that surgery was necessary after being evaluated by Michigan’s medical staff.

Freshman defenseman Quinn Hughes and Michigan gave up nine combined goals against Ohio State this weekend.

The Daily breaks down three takeaways from a dismal weekend in Columbus.

Junior forward Cooper Marody and the Michigan hockey team had their season-long issues exposed against Ohio State.

When No. 17 Michigan traveled to Columbus to face its archrival, the problems that plagued the Wolverines throughout the season played right to the Buckeyes’ strengths.

Sophomore forward Jake Slaker scored a goal late in the third period, but it wasn't enough, as Michigan lost, 5-3.

COLUMBUS — Ohio State has notoriously won games this season by gaining a first-goal advantage. The Buckeyes had done so in 11 of their 16 wins prior to Saturday night, emblematic of a team that can hold onto early-game momentum.