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March, 27, 2012
Shawn HunwickAP Photo/Rick OsentoskiMichigan goaltender Shaun Hunwick was one of several seniors who played their last game with the Wolverines this past Friday against Cornell.
ONE AND DONE: With a surprising upset loss to Cornell in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the Michigan hockey season is officially over.

The team, following its overtime loss, boarded a plane in Green Bay and returned to Ann Arbor the same night. Still, three days later, the loss is hard to shake.

"It sucks that everywhere you look and turn you run into people and they keep bringing back up hockey," fifth-year senior goaltender Shawn Hunwick said. "They're sorry how it went, but they're inadvertently making it worse. They have good intentions."
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