2009–10 Michigan Wolverines men's ice hockey season

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2009–10 Michigan Wolverines men's ice hockey season
Michigan Wolverines Logo.svg
Conference CCHA
Home ice Yost Ice Arena
Rankings
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine TBD
USCHO.com/CBS College Sports TBD
Record
Overall 17-15-1
Home 8-4-1
Road 7-9-0
Neutral 2-2-0
Coaches and Captains
Head Coach Red Berenson
Captain(s) Chris Summers
Michigan Wolverines men's ice hockey seasons
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The 2009–10 Michigan Wolverines men's ice hockey team is the Wolverines' 88th season. They represent the University of Michigan in the 2009–10 NCAA Division I men's ice hockey season. The team is coached by Red Berenson and play their home games at Yost Ice Arena. Assisting Berenson will be Mel Pearson, Billy Powers, and Josh Blackburn.

Offseason[edit]

  • June 27: Two incoming freshmen from the University of Michigan were chosen in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft on Saturday (June 27). Forwards Chris Brown and Kevin Lynch were second-round draft picks. Brown went 36th overall to the Phoenix Coyotes, while Lynch was picked by the Columbus Blue Jackets 56th overall. Michigan's 2009-10 roster is slated to include 12 players who have been drafted by NHL franchises.[1]

Pre-season[edit]

2009 Pre-season Game Log: 0–0–0 (Home: 0–0–0 ; Road: 0–0–0)
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Recap
1 October 3 United States NTDP Under-18 Michigan Wolverines
2 October 4 Windsor Lancers Michigan Wolverines

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Conference Overall
GP W L T SW PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
#3 Miami (OH) 28 21 2 5 2 70 100 39 44 29 8 7 147 86
Michigan State 28 14 8 6 2 50 73 64 38 19 13 6 115 97
#14 Ferris State 28 13 9 6 4 49 79 66 40 21 13 6 118 92
#13 Northern Michigan 28 13 9 6 3 48 86 72 41 20 13 8 124 104
#15 Alaska 28 11 9 8 4 45 73 70 39 18 12 9 108 93
Nebraska–Omaha 28 13 12 3 2 44 85 83 42 20 16 6 124 116
#8 Michigan* 28 14 13 1 0 43 83 69 45 26 18 1 148 102
Ohio State 28 10 12 6 4 40 81 93 39 15 18 6 110 122
Notre Dame 28 9 12 7 2 36 65 76 38 13 17 8 90 102
Lake Superior State 28 10 15 3 2 35 66 90 38 15 18 5 93 118
Bowling Green 28 4 18 6 5 23 58 102 36 5 25 6 71 138
Western Michigan 28 4 17 7 2 21 62 87 36 8 20 8 76 104
Championship: Michigan
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Final rankings: USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Top 15 Poll

Roster[edit]

As of December 2009.[2]

Goaltenders
# State Player Year Hometown Ht. Wt. NHL rights
30 Michigan Patrick Summers Fr Milan, Michigan 5-11 165 None
31 Michigan Shawn Hunwick Jr Sterling Heights, Michigan 5-7 165 None
35 Michigan Bryan Hogan Jr Highland, Michigan 6-1 187 None
Defensemen
# State Player Year Hometown Ht. Wt. NHL rights
2 Michigan Greg Pateryn So Sterling Heights, Michigan 6-3 216 Montreal Canadiens
3 California Scooter Vaughan Jr Placentia, California 6-1 190 None
4 Michigan Chris Summers Sr Milan, Michigan 6-3 196 Phoenix Coyotes
5 Michigan Steve Kampfer Sr Jackson, Michigan 6-0 190 Anaheim Ducks
6 Ontario Brandon Burlon So Nobleton, Ontario 6-1 190 New Jersey Devils
7 Washington (state) Chad Langlais Jr Spokane, Washington 5-9 175 None
13 Connecticut Lee Moffie Fr Wallingford, Connecticut 6-1 199 None
20 Michigan Eric Elmblad Sr St. Ignace, Michigan 6-6 205 None
34 Michigan Tristin Llewellyn Jr Ann Arbor, Michigan 6-2 205 None
Forwards
# State Player Year Hometown Ht. Wt. NHL rights
10 Texas Chris Brown Fr Flower Mound, Texas 6-2 191 Phoenix Coyotes
11 Michigan Kevin Lynch Fr Grosse Pointe, Michigan 6-1 190 Columbus Blue Jackets
12 Sweden Carl Hagelin Jr Södertälje, Sweden 6-0 185 New York Rangers
14 British Columbia Brian Lebler Sr Penticton, B.C. 6-3 212 None
15 Michigan Anthony Ciraulo Sr Clinton Township, Michigan 5-7 170 None
16 British Columbia Ben Winnett Jr New Westminster, B.C. 6-1 185 Toronto Maple Leafs
19 Michigan Matt Rust Jr Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 5-10 197 Florida Panthers
21 Michigan A.J. Treais Fr Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 5-7 160 None
22 Michigan Jeff Rohrkemper Fr Grosse Pointe, Michigan 5-11 177 None
23 Michigan Luke Glendening So Grand Rapids, Michigan 6-0 185 None
25 Michigan David Wohlberg So South Lyon, Michigan 6-1 192 New Jersey Devils
29 Ontario Louie Caporusso Jr Woodbridge, Ontario 5-10 185 Ottawa Senators
39 Ontario Lindsay Sparks Fr Oakville, Ontario 5-9 170 None

Tournaments[edit]

The Wolverines will compete in the following tournaments:

  • Kendall Auto Hockey Classic in Anchorage, Alaska from October 9 to 10.
  • 17th Annual College Hockey Showcase from November 27 to 28.
  • 45th Annual Great Lakes Invitational from December 29 to 30.
  • Camp Randall Hockey Classic on February 6.

Schedule[edit]

2009–10 Game Log
2009–10 Schedule

Player stats[edit]

Skaters[edit]

Player Games Played Goals Assists Points Penalty Minutes +/-

Goaltenders[edit]

Player Games Played Minutes Goals Against Wins Losses Ties Shutouts Save % Goals Against Average

Postseason[edit]

NCAA hockey tournament[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.mgoblue.com/ice-hockey/article.aspx?id=181046
  2. ^ 2009-10 Michigan Ice Hockey Roster MGoBlue.com: University of Michigan Official Athletic Site

External links[edit]