Marty Turco, Brendan Morrison and Mike Legg all played hockey at Michigan and were members of the 1996 national championship team. All three returned to Michigan Friday night to take part in festivities around the Wolverines hockey game. What happened next is just awesome.
On Thursday, the six Big Ten hockey coaches participated in a teleconference to take questions from the media ahead of the 2016-2017 season. You can listen to what each coach had to say in the audio player below.
Three-time Big Ten Champion Minnesota was tabbed the favorite in the 2016-17 Big Ten hockey preseason coaches’ poll, the conference announced on Monday. Minnesota completed the 2015-16 campaign with a conference record of 14-6-0-0 (20-17-0 overall) and reached the championship game of the 2016 Big Ten Tournament. Ohio State was selected second in the preseason poll, with defending Big Ten Tournament Champion Michigan capturing third, Penn State taking fourth, Wisconsin placing fifth and Michigan State rounding out the poll in sixth. The coaches also selected a 13-member Preseason Watch list, including four unanimous selections in Minnesota’s Justin Kloos and Eric
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The 2016 ESPY Awards took place Wednesday night in Los Angeles. The annual awards ceremony was filled with memorable moments, including a touching speech from TNT analyst Craig Sager, who was honored with this year’s Jimmy V award. In honor of the ESPY Awards, I went ahead and made up a Big Ten-themed award list of my own, honoring the top performances of the past academic sports year in Big Ten athletics. Here is what I got. Did I miss one? Tweet me your thoughts, @BTNSean. All opinions welcomed! BIG TEN AWARD WINNERS Best Male Athlete: Denzel Valentine, Michigan State
Legendary Michigan State hockey coach Ron Mason passed away Monday at the age of 76. Mason was the second-winningest coach in college hockey history, recording 924 career wins and a 635-270-69 mark in 23 seasons at MSU. He led MSU to 17 CCHA regular-season and playoff titles and guided 23 teams to the NCAA Tournament. Mason also served as MSU’s Athletic Director from 2002-07. Following the news of Mason’s death, many former Michigan State athletes took to Twitter to share their condolences. Saddened to hear about the passing of legendary coach Ron Mason. He exemplified what it meant to be
If you’re a subscriber on BTN Plus, you know that BTN Student U is the leading production branch of BTN’s Big Ten Olympic Sports coverage. These crews produce more than 1,000 live events each year. Student U cultivates real world experience for more than 500 students per year with events that stream live on BTN2Go or air on delay on BTN. Our team went ahead and compiled some of the best moments from 2015-2016. Have a look in the video above. BTN Plus programming includes non-televised games and events like these on BTN2Go with a purchase of a BTN Plus subscription.
Michigan’s Kyle Connor fell just short of winning the Hobey Baker Award, which is given to the top NCAA men’s hockey player. Hardvard forward Jimmy Vesey won the award, which was announced during the NCAA Frozen Four championship in a live ceremony held at historic Tampa Theatre in Tampa, Florida and aired nationally on NHL Network. Despite not winning the Hobey Baker, Connor did receive an award on Friday. He was he recipient of the 2016 Tim Taylor Award, bestowed annually upon the best first-year player in NCAA Division I men’s ice hockey. Connor still enjoyed a record-setting season for
Michigan's magical season came to an end on Saturday as the Wolverines fell to North Dakota.