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January 05, 1979 - Image 15

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TOP RANKED MINNESOTA NEXT:
Icers suffer the tourney blues

The Michigan Daily-Friday, January 5, 1979-Page

By BOB EMORY
Where to begin? There's so much to tell about the
Michigan hockey team now that we've all returned
from the four winds and resettled in Ann Arbor.
Unfortunately, most of the news is pretty bad.
JUST BEFORE the vacation started, the
Wolverines skated to a two-game sweep over
Michigan State. The victories raised their WCHA
record to 5-9 and brought them out of the league
cellar, a position now held solely by the Spartans.
And then came trouble: The Great Lakes
Invitational, that annual four-team get-together at
Olympia Stadium in Detroit. For the past two
seasons, Michigan has lost in the finals to Michigan
Tech, but this year they didn't even get that far as
Ohio State nipped them 5-4 in the opening round.
That's right, Ohio State. The same Central

Collegiate Hockey Association team which has never
come close to beating the Wolverines in four previous
attempts. But now, the buckeyes become the first
team ever from the CCHA to beat Michigan in a
hockey game. The Wolverines had won 16 games in a
row over CCHA opponents before the Buckeye defeat.
MEANWHILE, Michigan Tech was busy upsetting
Boston University in the other opening round game.
The Terrapins were undefeated and ranked No. 1 in
the nation before their 6-4 loss to the Huskies. Tech
went on and easily handled Ohio State in the finals to
win the holiday tournament for the third consecutive
year and seventh time since its beginning in 1965.
As for the consolation game, it was no game. BU
crushed the Wolverines 8-2 and Michigan went home
empty-handed.
And now, WCHA action prepares to rev up again

and the Wolverines must take on the No. 1 team in
the land, Minnesota, in a weekend series tonight and
tomorrow at Yost Arena.
THE GOPHERS swept Michigan for two in
Minneapolis last month and, quite frankly, it will take
a super effort from the Wolverines to prevent a
similar performance. "Minnesota is a team with
great experience," said head coach Dan Farrell." I
doubt if they have more than one freshman in the
lineup, and that's quite an advantage."
There is some good news for Michigan. High-
scoring center Dan Lerg made his return against
Ohio State and is expected back in the lineup against
Minnesota; that alone should bolster the almost non-
existent Michigan offense. The Wolverines are last in
goals scored in the WCHA.

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