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April 2019

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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72 THE WOLVERINE APRIL 2019   MICHIGAN IN THE PROS • Moe Wagner (2015-18), C, Los An- geles Lakers: Limited to 31 games (one start) for the 31‑39 Lakers due to a left knee contusion he suffered in the pre‑ season … Averaging 8.5 minutes, 4.0 points, 1.6 rebounds and 0.6 assists per contest, while shooting 32.7 percent from three‑point range. • D.J. Wilson, PF (2015-17), Milwau- kee Bucks: Played in 36 games (no starts) for the 52‑18 Bucks … Averaging 5.2 points, 4.1 boards and 0.5 blocks in 16.7 minutes of action per game, while connecting on 35.6 percent of his threes. The NHL CARL HAGELIN TRADED FOR SECOND TIME THIS SEASON On Feb. 21, the Los Angeles Kings traded left winger Carl Hagelin to the Washington Capitals, mark- ing the second time this season the 30-year-old had been moved (he was shipped from the Penguins to the Kings Nov. 14). "We are pleased to welcome Carl to our organization," Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan said fol- lowing the move. "We felt this trade enables us to add depth up front and provides us with a veteran player who has a tremendous amount of speed to help us on the penalty kill." Through 11 games with his new club, Hagelin has racked up two goals and three assists (as of March 17). FORMER WOLVERINES ON NHL ROSTERS Through March 17 • Andrew Cogliano (2006-07), LW, Dallas Stars: Traded from the 30‑35‑9 Anaheim Ducks to the 37‑29‑6 Dallas Stars Jan. 14, and has played in 69 con‑ tests between the two clubs … Accu‑ mulated four goals and 10 assists, and owned an even plus/minus. • J.T. Compher (2014-16), LW, Col- orado Avalanche: Competed in 56 games for the 31‑29‑12 Avalanche … Compiled 15 goals and 16 assists, and stood minus‑5. • Kyle Connor (2015-16), LW, Win- nipeg Jets: Received playing time in 71 contests for 42‑25‑4 Winnipeg … Logged 27 goals and 26 assists, and stood minus‑9. • Andrew Copp (2013-15), C, Winni- peg Jets: Participated in 58 games for the 42‑25‑4 Jets … Notched 10 goals and 12 assists, and stood plus‑17. • Phillip Di Giuseppe (2011-14), LW, Nashville Predators: Spent the first por‑ tion of the season with the 39‑25‑7 Caro‑ lina Hurricanes, but was claimed off waiv‑ ers by the 41‑27‑5 Nashville Predators Jan. 1 … Played in 24 outings between the two clubs … Notched one goal and three assists, and stood minus‑3. • Luke Glendening (2009-12), C, Detroit Red Wings: Competed in 72 showdowns for 25‑37‑10 Detroit … Posted nine goals and 12 assists, and stood plus‑2. • Carl Hagelin (2008-11), LW, Wash- ington Capitals: Traded from the 39‑24‑10 Penguins to the 25‑38‑8 Kings Nov. 14, and then to the 42‑23‑7 Wash‑ ington Capitals Feb. 21 … Played in 49 total tilts between the three clubs … Recorded four goals and nine assists, and stood plus‑2. • Matt Hunwick (2004-07), D, Buf- falo Sabres: Limited to just 14 games for the 31‑32‑9 Sabres due to a neck injury … Stood minus‑7 with no goals and two assists. • Zach Hyman (2012-15), C, Toronto Maple Leafs: Played in 61 contests for the 43‑24‑5 Maple Leafs … Registered 17 goals and 16 assists, and stood plus‑16. • Jack Johnson (2006-07), D, Pitts- burgh Penguins: Received time in 73 contests for 39‑24‑10 Pittsburgh … Stood minus‑2 with one goal and 12 assists. • Steven Kampfer (2007-10), D, Bos- ton Bruins: Took part in 28 games for 43‑20‑9 Boston … Tallied two goals and one assist, and stood minus‑7. • Dylan Larkin (2015), C, Detroit Red Wings: Competed in 66 outings for the 25‑37‑10 Red Wings … Accumulated 27 goals and 35 assists, and stood minus‑11. • Jon Merrill (2011-13), D, Vegas Golden Knights: Appeared in 49 show‑ downs for the 40‑27‑5 Golden Knights … Stood plus‑10 with three goals and 10 assists. • Tyler Motte (2013-16), C, Vancou- ver Canucks: Earned playing time in 70 tilts for the 31‑32‑10 Canucks … Com‑ piled nine goals and seven assists, and stood minus‑10. • Boo Nieves (2012-16), C, New York Rangers: Limited to 36 contests for the 28‑31‑13 Rangers due to a concus‑ sion he suffered in mid‑September … Logged four goals and five assists, and stood minus‑3. • Max Pacioretty (2007-08), LW, Ve- gas Golden Knights: Participated in 59 games for the 40‑27‑5 Golden Knights … Notched 22 goals and 16 assists, and stood minus‑10. • Greg Pateryn (2009-12), D, Minne- sota Wild: Competed in 71 contests for 34‑30‑9 Minnesota … Stood minus‑9 with no goals and five assists. • Jacob Trouba (2013), D, Winnipeg Jets: Saw action in 71 games for the 42‑25‑4 Jets … Posted four goals and 33 assists, and stood plus‑10. • Zach Werenski (2015-16), D, Co- lumbus Blue Jackets: Appeared in 72 outings for the 40‑28‑4 Blue Jackets … Racked up 10 goals and 30 assists, and stood minus‑11. ❑ Jake Ryan • NFL The former U‑M linebacker (2010‑14) and Green Bay Packer signed a one‑year deal (the financial details have not yet been released) as a free agent with the Jacksonville Jaguars March 16. Ryan had spent his entire professional career in Green Bay, though an ACL tear caused him to miss the entire 2018 season. Jabrill Peppers • NFL The safety was traded from the Cleveland Browns (along with the club's first‑round pick and its second third‑round selection) to the New York Giants March 13 in a blockbuster deal that saw Cleveland receive wideout Odell Beckham Jr. Peppers had spent both of his professional seasons with the Browns, and posted 79 tackles, one sack and one interception in 2018. Devin Funchess • NFL The Indianapolis Colts made wide receiver Devin Funchess their first free agent signing of the 2019 offseason March 11, inking the former U‑M tight end/wideout (2012‑14) and Carolina Panther (2015‑18) to a one‑year deal. NFL Network cited the max value of the deal at $13 million. HEADLINERS Former Michigan athletes in the news this month

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