Michigan finished up its exhibition season with a 6-2 win over the University of Windsor Sunday night at Yost Ice Arena.
Carl Hagelin (pictured) scored two power-play goals to help the Wolverines pull away after being down, 2-1, 7:25 into the second period.
"Carl has shown that he is able to play," Michigan head coach Red Berenson said. "We're definitely seeing some really good things from him. Carl felt that he played really well last year, but he wasn't capitalizing on his chances. Now you can see that the puck is going in for him. It's good that he is gaining some confidence and he had a great weekend."
Louie Caporusso also tallied a pair to go along with singles from A.J. Treais and Chad Langlais.
Bryan Hogan started in net and made five saves before being replaced by Shawn Hunwick, who played the final 40 minutes and stopped nine shots for the win.
David Wohlberg tacked on two assists for the Wolverines.
Michigan will open its regular season with the Kendall Auto Hockey Classic in Anchorage, Alaska, next weekend. The Wolverines will face off against the Alaska Nanooks on Friday at 5:07 p.m. ADT before playing Alaska-Anchorage on Saturday (Oct. 10) at 7:07 p.m. ADT.
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