The CCHA held their awards banquet tonight. Among the honorees was Michigan's Red Berenson for Coach of the Year. I wasn't there to hear his acceptance speech, but I would imagine it was a little less awkward than the other time he won the award, in 1994, days after being arrested for a DWI in Ann Arbor.
As Yost Built points out, it's kind of surprising Berenson has only won Coach of the Year twice in the CCHA. I think Berenson might be the front-runner for his first Penrose Award this year as well, both because Michigan had a surprisingly good year, and because you'd have to think that at some point, he's going to get honored as kind of a career achievement award.