With David Nasternak and Alex Drain
This Podcast Has a Sponsor: Michigan Law Grad Jonathan Paul is the guy with the C you want skating next to the ref and pleading your case. He's also a good guy to sit next to at the hockey games.
[Writeup and player after THE JUMP]
1. Game 1 lololololol
starts at 0:57
Michigan scored 8 times, pick your favorite goal. Complete dominance in every facet, lines seemed indistinguishable. Passing was precise and Michigan moved to open ice incredibly well. Power play is lethal and penalty kill created OMR's galore. Strauss Mann did what was necessary, saved a 2-on-0. Michigan could've even had 10 in this game if they converted most of their chances. Cam York has been reborn.
2. Game 2 lolololololol and Wisconsin Preview
starts at 55:59
Michigan might've been more dominant in game 2, yet got bad puck luck... still won 3-0. Eric Ciccolini got a goal, Johnny Beecher got rocked, then the game got chippy thanks to old friend James Sanchez. Michigan's PP was deadly again but ASU's goalie was even better. Lambert looks a step quicker and his shot is back. Owen Power looks ready for prime time already. Michigan's possession numbers were stupid good. ASU probably isn't bad, they probably aren't great. That Michigan steamrolled them is significant. Wisconsin has better athletes but will be down Dylan Holloway. Swept ND, will be an important litmus test to see if Wolverine dominance continues. Michigan is favored though.
- "NHL on ESPN Theme"
- "Leaving it On the Grass"—Herman Edwards Remixed
- "Ice Hockey (NES) theme"