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17:42: Linseman takes a rocket shot off the leg; Enrico Blasi laughs.
14:44: Michigan's Greg Pateryn takes exception to a Tommy Wingels hit and promptly gets hit with a minor penalty for contact to the head-high sticking.
13:16: Miami's Curtis McKenzie is the second victim sent to the sin bin. Two minutes for interference.
11:28: Michigan's Kevin Lynch nearly tips a shot past Miami goalie Cody Reichard, the CCHA Goaltender of the Year.
11:10: Tristin Llewellyn rifles a banked pass through a screen and past Reichard. The puck appeared to be slightly redirected by a Miami defender.
10:00: Michigan is no longer on the power play, though it sure looks like it is. The rink is tilted toward the Miami net.
7:00: Michigan's Shawn Hunwick looks sharp again tonight, wandering outside his crease to cut down the angles.
5:15: Shots are 6-6. Play is even as well. This could be a championship game in any other year.
3:22: Carter Camper hooked by Chad Langlais. Miami goes on its second power play.
End of period: Michigan kills off the late penalty. Shots evened up at 8-8 after 20 minutes of play.
18:50: Vincent LoVerde drops Louie Caporusso. Wolverines look to go up two on the power play.
17:56: So much for that opportunity. After turning over the puck, Michigan's Ben Winnett trips Miami's Andy Miele. Four-on-four for about a minute.
15:48: Michigan's Carl Hagelin nearly had himself a breakaway, but Reichard ventured out of his net to between the circles to fire the puck away.
14:47: It's not often you see a four-on-one, but Michigan was able to execute. Lee Moffie scores his fourth of the season. Michigan leads, 2-0.
10:40: The testy exchanges are in full effect. This has the same feeling as the first semifinal, when Ferris State played angry following NMU's three-goal outburst.
7:40: Reilly Smith had Hunwick down but his attempt from in close went over the net.
7:09: Trent Vogelhuber is guilty of an elbow and all of a sudden Michigan is in prime position to put this one in the books.
5:54: Michigan is able to work the puck along the boards down low and sets up a point shot. Reichard stands strong.
4:19: Steven Spinell trips David Wohlberg, but both go to the box. Spinell for interference and Wohlberg for the poor attempt at acting.
3:05: Pat Canonne and Wingels catch a two-on-one break. Wingels puts the move on one defender before firing a sniper past Hunwick.
End of period: Looks like the next goal will likely be the deciding factor in this one. A pair of two-goal deficits may be too much for Miami; blowing a two-goal lead may be too demoralizing for Michigan.
19:09: It doesn't take long for Michigan to head back to the power play after Cameron Schilling goes off for hooking. Caporusso is immediately robbed by Reichard's glove hand.
17:11: Just as the penalty to Schilling is set to expire, Kevin Lynch punches the puck past Reichard's blocker side. It's a huge goal for the Wolverines and absolutely deflating for the RedHawks.
13:41: Brian Lebler scores his 13th of the season and Michigan takes a commanding 4-1 lead.
12:43: It's Lynch again, and a goaltending switch for Miami. Enter Connor Knapp.
12:05: Spinell goes off for elbowing. This game could get ugly.
7:15: Miami has mailed it in and started to goon it up.
5:45: Referees are letting anything go right now. I mean anything. I was allowed to check my Facebook AND e-mail completely unabated.
4:38: Some Michigan fans apparently think the games over because they're already heading for the exits. Funny, I thought only Michigan football fans left sporting events early.
2:39: Langlais gets to sit down for two minutes.
EDIT: Or not, Miami making it look closer than it is.
End of regulation: Michigan 5, Miami 2.