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Beth Maiman | NCAA.com | October 22, 2016

Three former Michigan hockey players hit trick shot

On a night when the 1996 Michigan hockey team was honored during the first intermission of the Wolverines' game against Michigan Tech, three former players proved they still got skills. 

Marty Turco, Brendan Morrison and Mike Legg all participated in the Score-O game, where one must score a goal through a small space at the bottom of the net. 

Each former player scored, causing the crowd at Yost Ice Arena to erupt during the second intermission fun. 

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Legg, who shot third in the video, has succeed with his lacrosse-style goal in the past. In fact, his similar style goal helped Michigan defeat Minnesota in the 1996 NCAA tournament, when the Wolverines would go on to win the championship. 

Michigan beat Michigan Tech on Friday night, 4-3. 

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