I thought that myself when I read that article that talked about a Data Scientist(tm)
For the second straight day Dylan Larkin was named the player of the game for Team USA. Had an assist on the opening goal by Sonny Milano then added a goal of his own to make the game 2-0.
USA went on to win 3-0 and remain in 2nd place (8 pts) behind Canada (9pts). USA will play Canada in what should be a preview of the finals in Montreal on Dec. 31st at 4:00pm.
Congrats to Dylan on what is quickly becoming a very impressive WJC for him.
Michigan entered the GLI with a mediocre 8-7-0 record and has shown flashes of greatness at times throughout this season.
Arguably their 4 best players are in Montreal right now at the WJCs. Yesterday, Michigan upsets #5 Michigan Tech, a team they were swept by in November. Steve Racine stood on his head.
Tonight, no different. Racine, Mr. MVP gets the biggest confidence boost of the century.
And at the end of the game when Michigan beat MSU (YET AGAIN) for the GLI Championship at Joe Louis Arena, "we got Harbaugh" chants rained down.
I love everyone and everything. Khakis for all. Harbaugh. Trophies.
Michigan backs into the final despite being outshot by Tech, though we are down most of our best players. Knock on wood, but Michigan has handled FYS pretty well in the last few years. Most predict this to be a low scoring game. Lets do it.
First semifinal for the GLI. We got swept at Tech back in October. Also missing a few guys to the World Juniors.
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Although this has nothing to do with Jim Harbaugh, there are FIVE Michigan players at the Team USA World Junior Championships tryout camp at Boston University’s Walter Brown Arena this week – forwards JT Compher, Tyler Motte and Dylan Larkin and defensemen Michael Downing and Zach Werenski.
There will be a live stream of the exhibition game on Friday against Boston University. LINK