"I still think people know I put up decent numbers without playing a second on the [power play], but yeah, probably defensive guy is right, and it's fine," Hagelin said Monday. "I know what I'm made of and I know what I have done offensively in this League while playing a defensive role. I'm confident I can do a lot of damage offensively."
"When Trey got it going in the first couple minutes (of Michigan's win at Northwestern on Thursday), I almost caught myself out there just watching," Michigan freshman Nik Stauskas said. "Oh my God, this guy.