Morticians: MGoHockey Correspondent David Nasternak and Anthony "Neutral Zone" Ciatti.
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1. How it Ended/Minnesota Wrap
starts at 0:50
The ending comes far earlier than we are used to. Dave and Anthony reminisce about simpler times and Red Wings. Minnesota had a good plan, and Michigan faltered as the game wore on Friday. Minnesota came back from being down two goals and their OT winner was a thing of beauty right out of the Quinn Hughes Playbook. Speaking of Hughes, he was hurt late Friday and seriously hobbled on Saturday. Not a lot of time was spent on Saturday's game because it did not last long. Michigan blown out, a rarity this season. Strauss Mann was the player of the weekend.
2. Postmortem/Team Grades
starts at 31:12
We give our review of all aspects of the team. Some positives, unfortunately more negatives. We discuss room for improvement and why we are still confident Mel can get it done at Michigan.
3. The Future of College Hockey and Michigan's Place
starts at 1:04:35
We discuss where the program is, and where we think it is going, and how that intersects with the changes in college hockey over the last 10-15 years.
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- "When It's Over"—Sugar Ray
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