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January 2017

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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72 THE WOLVERINE JANUARY 2017   MICHIGAN IN THE PROS • Michael Schofield (2010-13), OT, Denver Broncos: Has started all 13 games for 8-5 Denver. • Fitz Toussaint (2010-13), RB, Pittsburgh Steelers: Has played in 12 games for the 8-5 Steelers … Carried 11 times for 34 yards and caught one pass for nine yards. • Jarrod Wilson (2012-15), S, Jack- sonville Jaguars: Has played in all 13 games as a rookie … Registered seven tackles (five solo) for 2-11 Jacksonville. The NHL GREG PATERYN OUT EIGHT WEEKS WITH A FRACTURED ANKLE A day after he broke his ankle, Montreal defenseman Greg Pateryn was back at the Canadiens' practice facility trying to skate through it. He eventually resigned himself to the fact that he couldn't and was placed on injured reserve Dec. 7. He is expected to be out eight weeks. Pateryn broke his ankle blocking a shot from Alexander Steen in a Dec. 6 game with St. Louis. He'd earned the respect of his teammates as a do- anything defenseman, with his injury as the latest example. FORMER WOLVERINES ON NHL ROSTERS Through Dec. 14 • Mike Cammalleri (Played at U-M from 2000-02), LW, New Jersey Dev- ils: Played in 22 games and has notched nine goals (two game-winners) and eight assists … Stood plus-5 with 59 shots on goal for the 12-10-6 Devils. • Andrew Cogliano (2006-07), LW, Anaheim Ducks: Registered seven goals and seven assists in 30 games played … Stood plus-4 with 70 shots on goal for 15-10-5 Anaheim. • Kyle Connor (2016), LW, Winni- peg Jets: Placed on injured reserve Nov. 14 following a lower body injury … Notched a goal and three assists in his rookie campaign for 13-16-3 Winnipeg … Stood minus-8 with 20 shots on goal. • Andrew Copp (2013-15), C, Win- nipeg Jets: Notched four goals (one game-winner) and three assists in 23 games played … Stood plus-1 with 28 shots on goal for 13-16-3 Winnipeg. • Luke Glendening (2009-12), C, De- troit Red Wings: Played in 30 games and registered one goals and six assists for 13-13-4 Detroit … Stood minus-2 with 38 shots on goal. • Carl Hagelin (2008-11), LW, Pitts- burgh Penguins: Recorded three goals and eight assists in 30 games played … Stood plus-7 with 14 shots on goal for 20-7-3 Pittsburgh. • Zach Hyman (2012-15), C, Toronto Maple Leafs: Registered five goals (two game-winners) and five assists for 11-11-6 Toronto … Stood minus-1 with 60 shots on goal. • Matt Hunwick (2004-07), D, To- ronto Maple Leafs: Recorded six assists in 20 games played for 11-11-6 Toronto … Stood plus-4 with 18 shots on goal. • Jack Johnson (2006-07), D, Colum- bus Blue Jackets: Notched one goal and six assists in 27 games played for 18-5-4 Columbus … Stood plus-13 with 36 shots on goal. • Dylan Larkin (2015), C, Detroit Red Wings: Compiled nine goals (one game-winner) and two assists in 30 games played for 13-13-4 Detroit … Stood minus-10 with 92 shots on goal. • Jon Merrill (2011-13), D, New Jer- sey Devils: Played in six games but had yet to notch a point … Stood minus-4 with two shots on goal. • Al Montoya (2003-05), G, Montreal Canadiens: Stood 3-3-2 with a 3.09 goals-against average and .903 save percentage in eight games played for 19-6-4 Montreal. • Tyler Motte (2014-16), C, Chicago Blackhawks: Notched three goals and three assists for 19-8-4 Chicago … Stood plus-4 with 37 shots on goal. • Max Pacioretty (2007-08), LW, Montreal Canadiens: Recorded 12 goals (four game-winners) and 12 as- sists in 29 games played … Stood plus- 10 with 89 shots on goal for 19-6-4 Montreal. • Greg Pateryn (2009-12), D, Mon- treal Canadiens: Placed on injured re- serve after a Dec. 6 game at St. Louis with an ankle injury … Registered one goal and four assists in 19 games … Stood plus-1 with 19 shots on goal for 19-6-4 Montreal. • Jacob Trouba (2013), D, Winnipeg Jets: Played in 17 games and recorded a goal and four assists … Stood mi- nus-4 with 32 shots on goal for 13-16-3 Winnipeg. • Zach Werenski (2015-16), D, Co- lumbus Blue Jackets: Saw action in 27 games and notched six goals and 12 assists … Stood plus-6 with 76 shots on goal and one game-winning goal. The NBA CARIS LEVERT MAKES HIS LONG AWAITED NBA DEBUT Fully recovered from a foot injury that cost him almost all of his junior and senior seasons at Michigan, Ca- ris LeVert was cleared to play Dec. 5 for the Brooklyn Nets, the team that drafted him 20th overall. He didn't play, instead making his debut Dec. 7. LeVert played nine minutes and became the franchise's first player to record three or more steals in an NBA debut since Chris Childs in 1994. He also pulled down four rebounds in a 116-111 win over Denver. "Go out there and play hard, that's what coaches told me," LeVert said in the postgame. "Don't worry about making mistakes. Just go out there Glenn Robinson III • NBA Robinson notched games of 20, 17 and 15 points playing for the injured Paul George between Nov. 25 and Nov. 30, the best three- game stretch of his career. Nik Stauskas • NBA The third-year pro scored 14 points on 3-of-5 three-point shoot- ing in a 99-88 win at New Orleans Dec. 8. He had elevated his three-point percentage to 38.5 percent as of Dec. 14. Patrick Omameh • NFL The former Wolverine lineman broke his foot in a Nov. 20 game with Detroit and will be lost for the remainder of the season. Omameh had become a dependable starter at guard for Jacksonville. HEADLINERS Former Michigan athletes in the news this month

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