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November 03, 1978 - Image 13

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FACE TOUGH TECH GOALIE:
I cers lack scoring punch

The Michigan Daily-Friday, November 3, 1978-Page 13
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By BILLY SAHN
As if Michigan hockey coach Dan
arrell couldn't worry enough about his
eam's offensive futility; now he must
ace. one of the top amateur goalies in
hre nation.
Goalie John Rockwell leads the
uskies of Michigan Tech (0-2 in the
CHA) into Yost Ice Arena to face the
olverines, with game time both nights
t7:30.
In. two games this past weekend,
ockwell, a senior from Bloomington,
innesota, recorded 90 saves for an
npressive .909 save-per-shot record,
lthough Tech lost both games to North
akota, 5-3 and 4-1. His performance
rompted Farrell to call him the "best
oaltender in the league."
Thus, Michigan will have its hands
Il as it faces the Huskies' excellent
etmindpr. Michigan will have to be
harp on offense, unlike their play
gainst Minnesota-Duluth.
One weak spot in the Michigan offen-
e was created by the loss of the
olverines' top scorer last year, Dan
erg. Lerg is out indefinitely with
gament damage in one of his knee s.
Against Duluth, Michigan appeared
luggish_ on offense, as was evidenced
y their inconsistenst passing and inac-
SCORES
NBA
Seattle 95, Detroit 94
Golden State 113, Atlanta 106
NHL
Boston 4, N.Y. Islanders 1

curate shooting.
"Our passing game was not sharp,"
said Farrell. "We turned the puck over
a lot, and thus gave up scoring oppor-
tunities."
Shots on goal that are saved by the
goalie are not what wins hockey games.
You've got to pass the puck, look for
your shot, and shoot it by the goalie,
Farrell commented.
"WE MADE the Duluth goaltender
look, good," remarked Farrell. "We
shot the puck up at his body, where
saves come easy."
Inl order to remedy the situation,
Farrell worked on shooting this week in
practice.
"We have to be a little more intense
in our shooting, and concentrate
more," remarked Farrell.
*According to Farrell, poor shooting
and trouble finishing plays are to be ex-
pected with such a young team. "We're
inexperienced. We're going to have to
work very hard as a team."
' As for defense, Farrell was generally
pleased with Michigan's performance.
"Our penalty killing was good," he
said. However, there is room for im-
provement.
"The defense gave up a couple of bad
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goals each night," said Farrell. "Our
defensive play will be a bit more con-
servative against Tech."
In the nets for Michigan tonight and
Saturday night will be Rudy Varvari
and Bob Sutton, respectively. So far,
both are playing fairly equal games.
Varvari's goals against mark is 3.71,
while Sutton's is 3.87.
"Neither are dominating the other

right now," said Farrell. "Both Varvari
and Sutton were fighting the puck
against Duluth. They realize they can
play better."
In all, Farrell rates Tech's play as
similar to that of the Wolverines.
Perhaps it should be, considering that
Farrell served as an assistant to
Huskie coach John MacInnes for five
seasons prior to taking his current post.

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