The Michigan Wolverines hockey team defeated the Michigan State Spartans by a final score of 5-2 on Sunday night, a result that punched the Wolverines’ ticket to the Frozen Four in St. Paul, Minnesota on April 11.

Michigan hockey is on a collision course with the Boston College Golden Eagles at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 11, with their sights set on a win and an appearance in Saturday, April 13’s title game.

The third-seeded Wolverines are now 24-13-3 on the season, and are the only non-number one seed to make the Frozen Four this season.

Coach Moore gave an enthusiastic shout-out to Michigan hockey coach Brandon Naurato on Sunday after the win. Naurato is a former Wolverines icer  who was hired by the Michigan hockey program in 2021.

Moore became the 21st head coach in Michigan football history when he was hired to replace Jim Harbaugh this offseason. Harbaugh departed for the NFL’s San Diego Chargers.

Michigan Hockey Gets Revenge on MSU 


The 11th-ranked (nationally) Wolverines’ hockey team won just its second game in six tries against the fourth-ranked Spartans, saving their best performance for last on the ice in Maryland Heights, Missouri.

The Wolverines got two goals from forward Dylan Duke and two assists from forward T.J. Hughes in the 5-2 win on Sunday night while goaltender Jake Barczewski made 38 saves, giving up two goals in the process.

Brindley, Duke Lead Wolverines to Victory 


Duke and Brindley scored at the 12:42 and 12:54 marks of the third period, respectively, breaking a 2-2 deadlock with the Spartans before Duke’s final goal made it a 5-2 final. Michigan hockey had a 40-35 advantage in shots taken on the night.

Duke, Barczewski, Brindley, Hughes, Frank Nazar III and Marshall Warren were named to the All-Regional Team for Michigan hockey while Duke was named outstanding player.

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