2018-19 Michigan Hockey schedule coming together; will play in NYC at MSG

Submitted by Wolverine Devotee on May 22nd, 2018 at 9:05 PM

B1G Hockey schedule released today.

Michigan gets 4 home games after January. 

MSU neutral site game is not yet confirmed as far as location per MGoBlue

Michigan is giving up a home game vs PSU and playing them at Madison Square Garden in the B1G Super Saturday double header with Basketball. 

Michigan and Notre Dame will play an outdoor game at ND stadium so expect it to be that first weekend of January.

Date Opponent
11/2 at Lake Superior State
11/3 at Lake Superior State
11/9 vs Notre Dame*
11/10 vs Notre Dame*
11/16 at Penn State*
11/17 at Penn State*
11/23 vs Wisconsin*
11/24 vs Wisconsin*
11/30 at Michigan State*
12/1 vs Michigan State*
12/7 vs Minnesota*
12/8 vs Minnesota*
Great Lakes Invitational
12/ Michigan Tech
12/ Lake Superior State/Michigan State
1/4 at Notre Dame*
1/5 at Notre Dame*
1/11 at Ohio State*
1/12 at Ohio State*
1/24 vs Penn State*
B1G Super Saturday  (New York, NY)
1/26 Penn State*
2/1 at Minnesota*
2/2 at Minnesota*
2/8 vs Michigan State*
2/9 Michigan State* (Location TBA)
2/22 vs Ohio State*
2/23 vs Ohio State*
3/1 at Wisconsin*
3/2 at Wisconsin*


A confirmed non-conference series is a home and home with Western Michigan per the annual USCHO schedule spreadsheet.



May 22nd, 2018 at 9:38 PM ^

Edit: nevermind. They played at Yost in 16-17

I guess I thought they were one of the CCHA teams I thought still hated us based on their absence from any schedule. Still haven't played Northern or Western since the CCHA split. Nor BGSU or Miami - though those are a little more understandable


May 22nd, 2018 at 9:45 PM ^

If they indeed play at WMU, I would definitely look into going to Kalamazoo to watch that game.

From a west-sider's perspective, I think Michigan playing at Van Andel in Grand Rapids would draw a decent size crowd if not sell out depending on the opponent (obviously wouldn't sell out for UM vs. WMU, but UM vs. MSU would be great).


May 22nd, 2018 at 11:33 PM ^

After this season, long-time Rangers fans (like me who remembers seeing the helmet-less Original Six in games at the old Madison Square Garden on Eighth Avenue and 50th Street) might have to become used to chants from opposing teams' fans reminding us that it has been 25 years since Mark Messier's "Guarantee" and "Matteau! Matteau! Matteau!" and 'The Waiting Is Over!"

SIDE NOTE FROM MSG: If, as it's being reported, Boston University’s David Quinn has become the Rangers head coach, as of now, that will mean that next season there will be eleven ex-U. S.-college coaches and players coaching in te NHL for the Carolina Hurricanes (Michigan State’s Rod Brind’Amour), Columbus Blue Jackets (Maine’s John Tortorella), Dallas Stars (Denver’s Jim Montgomery), Detroit Red Wings (Ferris State’s and Western Michigan’s Jeff Blashill), Nashville Predators (Westfield State’s Peter Laviolette), New Jersey Devils (BU’s John Hynes), New York Islanders (Lake Superior State’s Doug Weight), New York Rangers (BU’s Quinn), Philadelphia Flyers (North Dakota’s Dave Hakstol), Pittsburgh Penguins (BU’s Mike Sullivan).

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May 23rd, 2018 at 8:05 PM ^

As a fellow Rangers fan... it's hard to believe that it's been 25 years and also painful. Will we ever win another, it feels like a 'no'... the last few years, '12-'15 hurt because we were so close and now it feels like it couldn't be further away.

I do like the David Quinn hire, just hope that mangement does this smart and does this right!


May 23rd, 2018 at 9:00 AM ^

Figure here is as good a place as any, but disappointingly for us Oliver Wahlstrom chose BC instead of Michigan. Oh well, still a chance of Jack Hughes deciding to play with his brother in college I suppose!


May 23rd, 2018 at 9:01 AM ^

Excited for B1G Super Saturday again, that was an awesome time a couple years ago when we swept PSU in both hoops and hockey. Michigan fans showed very strong and I'm sure we will again.


May 23rd, 2018 at 2:42 PM ^

WMU didn't keep UM off the schedule because they hated UM, WMU kept them off of the schedule because Red wouldn't come to kalamazoo.  He wanted 2 home games Murray said eff that and demanded a home and home.  Red wouldn't budge so we weren't playing.  I'm glad that Pearson is a little more level headed.