THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, December 2, 1969
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By JOEL GREERj
"We have to get a few games
under our belt."
Coach Al Renfrew was right
in his appraisal of his hockey team
before they opened the 1969-70
season last Friday and Saturday
nights at the Michigan Coliseum.
The Dekers were two different
squads as they were edged by the
Wisconsin Badgers 4-3 in the
opener, but came back to belt the
Badgers 4-1 in Saturday's hard-
Renfrew was rightfully w a r y
of starting the season this way
by playing a conference game in
their first appearance especially
wNten his opponents had two under
their belts. Next year Renfrew is
going to try to enter a Thanks-
giving tournament which would
serve as an "exhibition season."
The Wolverines got. an early
warning of Friday's frustration
when they didn't even come close
after having a two-man advant-
. age for nearly 30 seconds, midway
in the opening period. When the
Dekers failed to score on the
super-opportunity it looked as if it
might be a long night.
Before the fans recovered from
the offensive inadequacies, Michi-
gan's Bernie Gagnon and Tom
Marra were in the penalty box.
It didn't take long for the in-
evitable to happen as Wisconsin
senior Dick Klipsic scored t h e
game's first goal in a wild scram-
ble around the Deker's net.
The remaining minutes of t h e
first period and entire second per-
iod showed Wisconsin with a de-
finite edge in play.
The only goal of the second
period came on a solo dash by the
Badger's Jim Boyd.
Wisconsin held a 2-0 lead go-
ing into the third period and it!
appeared that the Blues were offj
to a rather blue season.'
However, everything seemed to
brighten for the Dekers as alter-
nate captain Don Deeks went in
all alone on the Wisconsin goalie
Bob Vroman. Vroman made a sen-
sational save on the determined
Decks but the great save was nulli-
fied as Vroman's momentum car-
ried the puck into the net w i t h
him. The Coliseum went wild as
the Dekers were back in the game.
Things grew dark again for the
Blue as Boyd, Wisconsin's scoring
star of the series raced around the
Deker defense of Cartier and Skin-
ner. Boyd flipped the puck pastI
Bagnell on the short side for his I
second goal of the night at 11:20
of the period.
At 14:43 Michigan's flashy
sophomore Bernie Gagnon scored
his first WCHA goal on a bril-
liant solo dash, while the Dekers
mark as Badger captain Doug Mc-
Fadyen was set up at the point
for a shot. McFadyen nearly fan-
ned on the shot which trickled
through to Klipsic parked on Bag-
nell's doorstep. Klipsic calmly
backhanded the shot past Bagnell
and Wisconsin came up with a 4-3
As the game progressed Mich-
igan continued to improve b u t
Wisconsin held on admirably.
Wisconsin had a decided advant-
age in play as the Badger's.enter-
ed the game already with four
games of experience.
Saturday night was different.
Gone were the opening night jit-
ters, the mnssed assignments, and
the sloppy passing. Michigan was
ready to play and the Dekers came
Just after Mickey Shaw went
off for elbowing, at 2:42 of the
first period Doug Heyliger inter-
cepted an errant Badger pass at
the Michigan blue-line and soloed
the length of the ice to slide the
puck under the sprawling Vro-
Tom Marra was penalized at
17:43 of the period for interfer-
-Daily-Thomas R. Copi
Rookie goalie Karl Bagnell turns one aside
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were shorthanded to again p u 11 ence. While the Dekers w e r e
Michigan close 3-2. killing the penalty Karl Bagnell Sophomo
Moments later Tom Marra and was struck in the face-mask in a
Merle Falk combined beautifully scramble around the net. Bagnell break out at any moment. It was1
for the tying tally. Marra took the was feared hurt so the remaining 'up-and-down hockey as the of-
puck over the Badger line and 38 seconds were tacked onto t h e ficials let the play go on. It wasn't
spotted Falk wheeling by the de- opening of the second period, until 8:09 when Paul Gamsby was
fense. He hit Falk with a perfect Fortunately, the fine sophomore caught for interference that play'
pass and Falk was in alone to goalie was ready after the ten- returned to some sort of normalcy.
beat Vroman at 16:45. minute intermission. Skinner and Cartier were o u t -
h Wolverines' dramatic TheBstanding in killing the penalty as
ThekWosveriedatc:1 The Badgers stmedthe Mich both were all over the ice.
comeback was spoiled at the 18:51 igan end and early in the second Freshman Mike Jarry was sent
. stanza as the Deker defense had to the penalty box for an illegal
trouble clearing the puck from its check at 12:59 and Wisconsin im-
eIown end. Ba nell made numerous mediately turned the situation in-
key saves in keeping the Badgers Ito their only goal of the night.1
from tying the score. Jeff Rotsch sent a pass to Jim
At the five-minute mark play Boyd just to the right of theI
turned the other way as the Slack- Michigan goal-crease who slid an
Gagnon-Shaw line kept play in- almost harmless shot through theI
side the Badger blue-line. - -- --
Arsen Bukleos It didn't take long for the Dek- i T L~ H N E
Asen Buckle Boots ersto score as Brian Slack stuffed LITTLE CH ANGE:
Tyrolia Step-in Buckle a rebound off of Bernie Gagnon's
Bindings stick to give the Blue a 2-0 lead.
Barrecrafter Poles Bodies were flying everywheren
Installation and Name as it appeared that a fight would L O g
pads of the surprised Michigan the line of Slack, Gagnon, and
goaltender. f Shaw looked most impressive On
The goal at 13:20 tightened the defense the tandem of Brian Skin-
game to 2-1 as the second period ner and Punch Cartier was check-
came to a close. The goal w a s ing with authority.
also Boyd's third marker of the Th
series.Te Dekers completed the
The third period opened as Vro- scoring at 9:03 after the puck slid
man was outstanding often hold-ta maz of players a
ingtheentre ader eamon iscorner of the Badger goal. Slack
ingthde entire Badger team on his again was in perfect position and
The Dekers were all around Vro- he made no mistakes on the shot.
man and after Marra and Jarry Renfrew was pleased with t he
both hit the post Gagnon neatly series stating that "the guys were
tucked the rebound behind Vro- back-checking well and shat the
man at 2:33 and Michigan had a team had a lot of hustle(and de-
3-1 lead. I sire in building their confidence
Michigan continued to press as for the remainder of the season."
-Daily-Thomas R. Copi
re speedster Bernie Gagnon scores
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