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Michigan's Kyle Connor falls short in Hobey Baker Award voting

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

Pizzo: Addition of Notre Dame strengthens Big Ten hockey

The proactive addition of Notre Dame means Big Ten hockey has yet another historically successful program with national appeal, and one with Big Ten ties, as longtime head coach Jeff Jackson played at Michigan State.

Michigan to face Notre Dame in NCAA hockey tournament

Big Ten tournament champion Michigan is the conference’s lone representative in the 2016 NCAA Men’s Hockey Tournament, it was announced Sunday. [ MORE: View the interactive NCAA bracket ] The Wolverines will take on old CCHA rival Notre Dame at 5:30 p.m. ET Friday in the Midwest Regional at U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio. Should Michigan win, it would face the North Dakota-Northeastern winner Saturday with a berth in the Frozen Four on the line. The Wolverines are making their 36th NCAA tourney, an NCAA record, and their first since 2012. Michigan is 50-28 record all-time NCAA Tournament record,

Minnesota women win fourth NCAA hockey title in last five years

The University of Minnesota women’s hockey team defeated previously undefeated and top-seeded Boston College, 3-1, to earn its seventh national championship at Whittemore Center Arena in Durham, New Hampshire, on Sunday afternoon. [ MORE: Relive the official NCAA tourney bracket ] Minnesota’s Sarah Potomak put the Gophers up 1-0 in the first 13 seconds of the game with an assist from Hannah Brandt and Megan Wolfe. Amanda Kessell tallied another score in the third period with an assist from Potomak, and Kelly Pannek netted Minnesota’s final goal with an assist from Lee Stecklein. Minnesota, which owns a collegiate record seven

Women's Ice Hockey: Minnesota tops Wisconsin, advances to title game

#GOPHERS WIN! #GWH pic.twitter.com/iE78MqeTRW — Minnesota W Hockey (@GopherWHockey) March 19, 2016 Sarah Potomak scored the game-winning goal in overtime to give Minnesota a 3-2 win over rival Wisconsin. The goal sends the Golden Gophers to their fifth-straight national championship game at the Whittemore Center Arena Friday night. [ MORE: NCAA.com women’s hockey bracket ] Potomak’s game-winner came at the 15:00 mark of overtime when she picked off a Badger defenseman in the UW zone and fired it past Badger netminder Ann-Renee Desbiens to seal the 3-2 win. Minnesota (34-4-1) received goals from Taylor Williamson and Amanda Kessel during regulation. Lee