Ice Hockey

Sam Piazza has three goals on the season heading into this weekend’s series against Boston University.

Boston University possesses one of the strongest defensive and offensive rosters in the nation with four first-round NHL Entry Draft picks.

Will Lockwood has been an essential part of Michigan's penalty kill this season.

So far this season, when Michigan has been penalized, its penalty kill unit has neutralized much of that, allowing just four goals in 46 opportunities, which places it in a tie for the sixth-best penalty kill unit in the nation.

Cooper Marody has not played all season, but he has still proven to be an asset.

He may not make an impact on the ice because of an academic suspension, but Marody still manages to contribute for Michigan.

Zach Nagelvoort has seen his playing time decrease each season he has been in Ann Arbor.

For other seniors, spending their final season on the bench and watching younger kids take their spot on the ice could have been torture. It seems that would be especially true for Nagelvoort, who has seen his playing time decrease with each year in Ann Arbor — playing in 24 games his freshman year, 22 his sophomore season and just 11 last year.

The Wolverines corrected their mistakes and recovered from a rough weekend on the East Coast.

Red Berenson thinks the Wolverines will benefit from Adam Winborg’s return to the lineup after missing the season’s first five games.

Adam Winborg missed the season's first five games but returned to the lineup after serving his suspension.

Goaltender Jack LaFontaine (above) and Hayden Lavigne could split time in the net again this weekend.

After its struggles on the East Coast, Michigan will now look to right the ship on the other side of the country.

The Michigan hockey team has not yet been able to replace the scoring it lost from last season.

The No. 17 Wolverines sit at 3-3-1 roughly a fifth of the way into their season.

Senior defenseman Nolan De Jong is tasked with leading a young core of Wolverines

Through seven games, the Wolverines stand with a .500 record and many questions.

Hayden Lavigne earned the nod in net Friday against Vermont, but the Wolverines lost, 3-0.

The Wolverines’ goaltenders notched 71 saves on 77 shots, but still fell 3-0 to Vermont and 3-2 to Dartmouth.