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By MARK BOROWSKI
and GARY' LEVY
Special to the Daily
SOUTH BEND - South Bend,
Madison, East Lansing - all WCHA
towns that any visiting hockey team
must fear. But more importantly, they
are the three conference road trips
Michigan hockey coach Dan Farrell
must take his young squad on during
the first half of its '79 schedule.
They're important because road trips
can make or break a college hockey
team, especially like Michigan, where
freshmen are playing a major role in
the team's success. "You always hope
for a split on the road. If you split all
your road games and win all. your home
games, you're gonna win a lot of
games," said Farrell.
WHAT MAKES it so difficult to win
on the road? There are many reasons.
The team is in a strange -town, the
squad must play in an ice arena it's not
familiar with, and most threatening of

all, it must face the opposing. team's
fans. ,
But for the freshmen Canadian trio of
Paul Fricker, Bruno Baseotto, and
Brad Tippett, it was hardly a new ex-
perience. "All three of us came from
good junior hockey clubs that played,
just as many road games as we play
here all year," said Prince Albert
native Tippjett.
THE FANS ARE a diferent story,
though. "We aren't used to this type of
hockey fan. The fans where we come
from are English soccer-type fans.
They're serious about their hockey,"
said Tippett. "Those 4,guys (the
American fans) have Jln at their
hockey games," explained netminder
'Fricker. "If you let them affect you,
you're dead."
In the second period Friday night
Fricker followed his philosophy by
keeping his cool as ovr 3,000 Fighting
Irish fans yelled "sieve, sieve, sieve,"

as the Irish poured four unanswered
goals past him'.
"THE ONLY THING. I've heard is
that the Wisconsin and .North Dakota

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fans' are M~ealy hard on goo tenders. If
'they throw sieves, I'll throw the sieves
right back at them," said Fricker.
THE FRESHMAN trio seems quite'
confident at this point in the season, and'
after; Friday night's 1-4. come-from.:
behind victory, how could anyone argue
with them?z
"When you)come from behind on the
road, you're{ either, lucky or you're~
bloodygoo, " added Tippett. -.
Anoter apectthat is different this
season for the youngsters is their level,
of concentration.. "I used to look for au-
good lookin', woman in section 35, but
you can't do, that anymore, you-have to.
concentrate all the time," said Fricker.N;
Tippett said it all though in'::
describing whether or not this Michigan
team is for real : "I. guess, we'll fin~d ouw
next week,"""he said, 'referring to when'.
they travel t~o Madison to take--on the '6
Badgers in the second straight road test
of the young'WCHA season.;
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