Guptill and his Wolverines teammates saw their season come to an end last Thursday in an upset loss in double overtime against Penn State in the Big Ten Hockey Tournament.
The Newmarket, Ontario native had 12 goals and 13 assists in 31 games played this season. He finishes his career in maize and blue with 44 goals and 50 assists in 110 games.
Guptill ranked 75th on SBN College Hockey's list of Top 100 NHL Prospects in the NCAA this past season:
Enigmatic is one way to describe Guptill. Frustrating might have been the adjective most Michigan fans would pick. There's no better example of Guptill's play than Michigan's February series against Penn State, where Guptill managed to score a goal on a beautiful shot and pick up an assist, but give a defensive effort so bad in the game that he was a healthy scratch the following evening. There's no doubt the talent is there, but motivation will be a huge question.