Tonight’s 54th Michigan State (6-18-2)/Michigan(16-3-4) matchup at Joe Louis Arena was one to remember. With the Spartans coming off a tie weekend against The Ohio State Buckeyes, they were ready for a shot at a win. The popular matchup against these rivals started strong with a goal in the second period from MSU’s Joe Cox, but the celebration was short-lived. After Michigan’s...
TYLER MOTTE!!! Right out of the box, and he ties this game up! #GoBlue — Michigan Hockey (@umichhockey) February 6, 2016 Stay on topic, Red Wings. You are the NHL team, not the “every hockey team in Michigan” team. Bad retweet.
The Big Ten has suspended PSU's Andrew Sturtz one-game for this nasty hit this on Michigan Wolverine forward Tyler Motte (video above).For his efforts, Sturtz was given a five-minute major penalty for interference and a two-minute minor for roughing. Sturtz hit Motte long after the puck was gone. (box score).First, I believe the Big Ten blew it by not giving Sturtz a longer suspension...
The college hockey season has started, and the Blackhawks have nine players on the ice at universities all over the US. Let’s take a look at how the seasons have started for the Hawks’ college prospects. Tyler Motte, F – University … Continue reading → The post Blackhawks College Prospects In Action appeared first on Committed Indians.
On Feb. 7, 2015, Blackhawks prospects Tyler Motte (Michigan) and Anthony Louis (Miami) will be part of the third annual Hockey City Classic as the event returns to Soldier Field in Chicago. In the doubleheader, Motte’s Wolverines will face rival … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Prospects On Display At Soldier Field appeared first on Committed Indians.
By David Malinowski (@dmmm14) Michigan freshman and Chicago Blackhawks prospect Tyler Motte. (Photo courtesy of Dennis Pajot/Getty Images) The University of Michigan started the year with a 10-2-2 record, only to head on a 4-7-1 slump. Entering into this weekend’s games, Michigan needed a break, but more importantly a couple of wins. Here are the two mini-recaps for this weekend’s...
The old idiom is that your best opportunity is often your opponents best opportunity too. On Friday night those words were prophetic as Wisconsin blew it's chances, and were made to pay in a 3-1 loss to Michigan in a battle for second place in the Big Ten. Wisconsin (14-8-1, 5-4-0-0 B1G) had the better run of play in the first few minutes of the first period, but that was about...
The Blackhawks could have a few prospects representing the future of the organization at the 2014 World Junior Championships. Ryan Hartman and Tyler Motte were both on the USA camp roster, and Teuvo Teravainen is expected to lead Finland’s team. … Continue reading →The post Hawks Prospects Getting Ready for World Junior Championships appeared first on Committed Indians.
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