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THE MICHIGAN DAISY

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University of Michigan
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Marc h 14-21, 1970
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By JOEL GREER prompt
"They got the goals and we Lowney
didn't:" emphasized Michigan for- Brian
ward Bernie Gagnon after the Several
game. Both teams had numerous on and
opportunities but Michigan Tech mand
capitalized on their chances and
embarrassed an error-prone Mich- FOL
igan team last night 6-3, at the entire
Coliseum. minutes
With Michigan down 4-3 and captain
pressing early in the the third per- breakav
id, the Wolverines mistakes fi- both o
nally caught up with them. As Gordon
Michel Jarry tried to bring the Merle F
puck out of his own zone he of the7

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ly lost it to Tech's Dale
who got a pass out to
Watts in front of the net.
jabs later the light was
the Huskies were in com-
5-3.
LOWING THE trend of the
game, the following few
s told the story. Wolverine
Dave Perrin had two solo
ways and was foiled on
f them by Huskie goalie
McRae. Moments later
Falk was set up at the side
Tech crease and fired wide.

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Michigan Tech 2 2 2-6
Michigan 2 1 0--3
FIRST PERIOD SCORING: 1. MT--
Sawchuck (Moffat, Pushie) 1:58; 2. M--
Perrin (Unassisted) 3:26; 3. MT-Moffat
(Unassisted) 6:08; 4. M-larry (Shaw)
19:18. PENALTIES: MT-Boxer (Charg-
ing) 9:00; M-Marra (Charging) 12:21;
MT-Watts (Charging) 16:55.
SECOND PERIOD SCORING: 5. M-
Gagnon (Jarry) 1:37; 6. MT-Boxer
(McLeod, Tucker) 11:24; 7. MT-Moffat
(Hinton, Sawchuck) 16:14. PENALTIES:
M-Jarry (Charging) 4:10; MT-Anadio

(Tripping) 7:44; MT-Pushie (Slashing)
12:21; MT--Sawchuck (Roughing) 12:21;
M-Marra (Roughing) 12:21; M-Cartier
(Interference) 15:46; MT-McKnight
(Roughing) 18:57; M--Shaw (2-High-
Sticking, 2-Roughing) 18:57.
THIRD 'PERIOD SCORING: 8. MT-
Matts (Downey) 6:40; 9. I T-Saw-
chuck (Moffat) 14:03. PENALTIES: M-
Deeks (10-Misconduct) 5:30; M--Gams-
by (Game Misconduct) 19:03.
GOALIE SAVES:
McRae, Mich. Tech 16 10 10-36
Bagnell, Michigan 7 13 12-32

At 14:03 of the third period
Tech iced the cake as Michigan
was again inept in their own zone.
Barry Sawchuck, who was the op-
portunist of the series, took a wild
back-hand slap at a loose puck
lying unguarded in front of the
Michigan cage.
As the groan was heard from
an enthusiastrc sell-out crowd, the
puck found an opening and ap-
peared'behind an unprotected Karl
Bagnell.
THE GAME began with Tech
getting a "gift" goal. Punch Car-
tier lost the puck to Tech's Lyle
Moffat who sent a pass to Saw-
chuck parked at the Michigan
doorstep, His shot slid through
Bagnell's pads fora 1-0 lead. The
goal was one of many instances
where the Wolverines couldn't get
the puck out of their own end.
The Huskies forchecked well but
poor passing by the Michigan
defense was the key factor in
Michigan Tech's many chances.
Less than two minutes later
Michigan tried the score on an-
other unearned goal. Perrin tried
to center a pass, but it hit Huskie
defenseman John Grisdale and
bounced into the net past a star-
tled McRae.
AT 6:08 IT was the few Michi-
gan Tech partisans' turn to laugh
as Dave .Perrin made a costly
error. He skated in over the Tech
line and dropped a pass sup-
posedly for Brian Skinner. Skin-
ner wasn't there and Moffat pick-
ed up the loose puck to skate the
length of the ice on a breakaway.
With Skinner and Perrin in pur-
suit, Moffat drilled a shot over
Bagnell's right shoulder and Tech
grabbed the lead again.
Michigan knotted the score once

again at 19:18 when Michel Jarry
drilled a slap shot past McRae.
The Wolverines opened the scor-
ing in the second period as Gag-
on took a long pass from Jarry
and hit the netting from 15 feet.
Tech scored twice in the second
on two beautiful deflections. Herb
Boxer changed the direction of Al
McLeod's blue-line shot to tie the
game, and Moffat turned in a
shot by Doug Hinton at 16:14 to
give the Huskies a 4-3 advantage.
Tempers only flared at two oc-
casions. Midway through the sec-
ond period Tech's Wayne Pushiie
took a shot which Bagnell caught.
Going by, Pushie took a swipe at
the Michigan goaltender. A small
battle occurred with Sawchuck
and Tom Marra but no damage
was done. In the third period
Mickey Shaw and Tech's Terry
McKnight squared off but the of-
ficial kept the game under con-
trol.

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