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ZHE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, February 28, 1969

Page SIx JHE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, February 28, 1969

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Surging Icers battle

Badgers

By PETER KENT

and tomorrow. A split would only

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The Friday night "blahs" have mean a tie for the title, so the
come to an end, as the Michigan icers must continue their winning
icers proved by downing then top- ways.
ranked North Dakota Sioux last Home town fans were elated
Friday night, 7-3. Playing their and perhaps surprised with last
best hockey of the year, the Wol- week's results. But playing at
verines completed the weekend , home should not be a big factor
sweep with a smashing 6-2 Sat- tonight. "The home rink is no ad-
urday night victory. Now is the vantage late in the year," com-
time for the Michigan sextet to mented Coach Al Renfrew, "only
reap the rewards, early in the season when the boys
'The Big Ten hockey title is up are getting their experience."
for grabs as Michigan and Wiscon- The Wolverines opened their
sin meet in the Colesium tonight' season against the Badgers over
and two victories this weekend the Thanksgiving weekend last
would wrap it up for the Wolver- semester. The opener was a heart-
ines. Though Michigan State is breaker as the icers blew a 4-0
currently in first place with 11 lead in the third period, giving up
points, they have completed their all five goals in the last five min-
Big Ten contests. utes. Saturday night, though, the
Michigan and Wisconsin, tied Wolverines registered their first
for second with 10 points, will de- victory with a solid 5-3 decision.
termine the championship tonight

Appearing at the Grande Ballroom

THREE DOG
NIGHTS

STE PPENWOLF
Feb. 28 & March 1

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consin 5 3 0
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Since the early season encoun-
ters Michigan has been picking up
steam, improving steadily as the
season progressed. The icers last
five games have all been first-rate
hockey, climaxed by the impres-
sive Saturday night Sioux scalp-
ing.
One big problem the icers h a d
was that the scoring early in the
season was dominated by one line.
Now Michigan's offense has prov-
en to be well-rounded, as eight
men got in the scoring act against
the Nodaks.
Dave Perrin, who pulled the hat
trick Saturday night has paced
Michigan to its 4.25 goal per game
average with 22 tallies. Senior star
goalie Jim Keough has held op-
ponents to a 3.58 average, includ-
ing one shutout.
Keough should more than have
his hands full, though, as the
Badgers are red-hot, having won
12 of their last 15 games. They

-Daily-Andy Sacks
BRIAN SLACK (8) OF MICHIGAN digs for the puck behind the
Minnesota net while teammate Barney Pashak is checked into
the boards by Steve Ross (3) in a game earlier this season. This
weekend the surging icers meet Wisconsin for the Big Ten title.

completely obliterated Ohio Uni-
versity twice last weekend, 13-2
and 12-0.
The Wisconsin offense is explos-
ive, boasting a 6.61 goal output
per game. They are led by sen-
ior co-captain Bert DeHate w h o
has 34 goals on the season, in-
cluding six in the two games last
week. DeHate was the leading
scorer in collegiate hockey last
year with 47 goals and 30 assists.

Deflate is not the only big threat,
as eight other Badgers have ten
or more goals on the season.
The icers will complete their
regular schedule tomorrow night,
and then serve as host for the
WCHA playoffs next week. Mich-
igan will compete with Minnesota,
Michigan Tech, and, Michigan
State. The winner of the tourney
will earn a berth in the national
finals the following week.

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