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 Michigan begins second semester with 6-5 win over Schoolcaft College

In a back and forth battle the Wolverines were able to get their first win of the second semester with a 6-5 win over Schoolcraft College. The Wolverines have seven remaining games to wrap up the regular season. Seeking their first North Regional bid the Wolverines are looking for your support at the five remaining home games. Michigan takes on Saginaw Valley State University January 20th @ Canton Arctic Edge. Warmups will begin at 8:30pm with puck drop at 9:00pm.



The Wolverines Travel To Colorado To Take On The Rams Of CSU.

Michigan traveled to Ft. Collins, Colorado this weekend to take on #4 (Pacific) ranked Rams of Colorado State University. The Wolverines were victorious Friday night beating the Rams 5-3. Saturday night turned out to be a different story. Michigan outplayed the Rams from the start of the game to finish, out shooting CSU 52-28. The Rams were able to steal a victory behind their goaltender who made 50 saves in the game. Michigan is back at home next Saturday when they take on #8 (North) Lawrence Tech @ Canton Arctic Edge.



Rivalry Week! The Series Lives Up To Expectations.

The Wolverines and the Spartans didn’t disappoint fans this weekend as they split the series 1-1. Msu took the first game at Michigan’s home rink in Canton 3-2. Michigan was able to bounce back from the loss and beat the Spartans on Saturday night in East Lansing 5-4. Both games were hard fought battles as expected when these two teams get together. The Wolverines would like to thank all of their fans that attended this weekends game and showed their support. Michigan will travel to Colorado this upcoming week to take on The Rams of Colorado State.






The Men’s ACHA DIII Hockey is part of the MCHC Conference and plays 30+ games per season. We are looking to add players that can commit to our program and make hockey a priority while excelling in school.



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