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By TERRI FOUCHEY
Karl Bagnell has spent almost
15 years suffering the conse-
quences of a passing suicidal
urge he had at age seven. One
day the team Bagnell was on in
the Squirt division didn't have
a goalie and, as he says, "so I
played. I figured I'd at least
get the chance to play 60 min-
Aside from one-half year at
eight on defense and a one-
game-stand there at 14, Bagnell
has continued to get the chance
for 60 minutes of play, bom-
bardment, and being the target.
He obviously enjoys it and has
managed to keep the quiet, easy-
going manner his teammates ad-
mire which has helped them all
through some of the rough spots
they have experienced this sea-
Defenseman Jerry Lefebvre
comments, "Karl inspires a lot
of confidence in the team be-
cause he's back there. I know
he's saved my life a couple of
Bagnell views this as his pri-
mary responsibility in goal,
"That's the name of the game
- I'm supposed to cover up for
everyone else's mistakes. If I
make one mistake it shows on
the scoreboard, the others aren't
necessarily so fatal and it's my
job to see they aren't."
Another defenseman, Punch
Cartier, adds his assessment of
Bagnell. "He always comes up
with the key save, even when
we back up so far that it's a
blind shot, he still stops it. He
doesn't talk much on the ice;
you have to look at him to know
if he's there or not. He really
encourages h i s defensemen,
though. He always has congrat-
ulations to give for a good play."
Bagnell finds that his voice
puts him at a disadvantage
when attempting to help h i s
teammates. "I've experimented
a few times in practice with
yelling but they said they could
only hear me once. If t h e y
can't hear me in practice they
won't during a game with the
He continues, "I do a fair
amount of yelling at the defense.
I just try to give as much help
as I can. I feel that you have to
know when to get upset at them
and hope that they'll get mad in
return and play a little better."
Cartier concludes his apprais-
al of Bagnell with, "He's prob-
ably the only one who never lets
down. Even if the team is down,
he's still giving 100 per cent."
This team allegiance combin-
ed with a lessening of his suici-
dal urge outside of game situa-
tions prompts Bagnell to let up,
he feels, on some shots in prac-.
tice. "Shots I'd stop in a game,
I don't in practice because I
don't want to risk getting hurt.
I don't feel I can afford to be
hurt because that would be kind
of letting the team down."
Coach Al Renfrew agrees with
these evaluations and offers his
own. "Karl's kept us alive this
season and been the heart of
our team. He's one of the bet-
ter goalies in the league."
Renfrew continues, "He
doesn't have great size, but he's
extremely quick and that makes
up for the lack of size. He ov-
ercompensates for little bad
habits with his overall play.
"A goaltender should h a v e
good eyes, quick reactions, and
the ability to stay off his feet.
Karl has the first two and has
been improving on the third."
Bagnell himself has noticed
the improvement, "I don't flop
as much as I used to. I'm stand-
ing up more during games. I'm
also standing out farther, which
is something I learned here. I'm
playing more for tip-ins."
Renfrew adds that one of Bag-
nell's strengths is "moving back
and beating a fellow at his own
game. He's very good at this"
Bagnell explains this mgneu-
ver. "Forwards will try to deke
a lot and it's a matter of back-
ing in covering the angles all
right. I like to have the guys
practice dekes on me because
there's only a few and getting
used to them helps with cover-
age. If I cover a deke correctly
in practice, perhaps in a game
when faced with the same situa-
tion I may do the right thing
because of practice instinct."
If perchance lie doesn't do the
right thing and there is a goal,
Bagnell trysanot to be too upset
by it. "Once it's in, there's noth-
ing you can really do. The best
thing is just to forget about it.
If you get angry, it'll affect your
game and take away from your
concentration and that doesn't
do any good."
Bagnell also views it rather
phJlosophically, "The way I see
it, at least one more person had
to make a mistake before the
guy got in to score on me."
Defenseman Brian Skinner,
who met Bagnell the weekend
they were both being recruited
and formed a roommate part-
nership which has endured for
three years, attests to Bagnell's
attitude. "He . takes it a 11 in
stride. He doesn't seem to let it
bother him too much."
Bagnell does let it bother him
when rehashing games at home,
"Brian and I will stay up till all
hours talking about games. It's
10 times worse going over aii
These late night sessions ccm-
pounded with Bagnell's tendency
toward lateness lead to some
Karl Bagnell stops a shot
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for classes and to some odd eat-
Skinner presents his case. "If
he didn't have a roommate to
get him up, he wouldn't have
made any of his eight o'clocks.
Since he's always late, he usu-
ally just has a handful of chips
for breakfast. If he has time,
though, he'll make toast'and put
ketchup on it. He puts ketchup
on just about everything except
Bagnell retorts, "Freshman
year he did get me to classes on
time, b u t I'm getting better.
This year I at least set my own
"As far as the ketchup goes,
it's good for you and will make
you big and strong like me (5-6,
150). I got the habit from my
dad; he eats it more than I do.
Now I eat it when what we have
in the refrigerator is down so
low that I have no choice but
to put some in between a couple
of slices of bread if I'm hung-
Bagnell has reformed some in
regards to lateness Skinner ad-
mits, "He's started b e i n g on
time to meet his fiancee."
His fiancee is Sue Hume, a
secretary at Health Service
who's never missed a game he's
played at Michigan. They plan
to be married on May eighth of
this year. "She gets mad when
we're not playing well,"
Bagnell doesn't adhere to any
hard and fast superstitions. He
believes in utilizing anything
that works once as long as it
keeps working. However he does
have one durable item which
has kept favor through ups and
downs. This is a pair of orange
socks which he wears in lieu
of the ones his teammates wear.
"The orange ones are thicker,"
he explains. "The ones the team
gives me are thin a n d don't
keep my feet as warm. Also, the
orange ones were just lying
around. I got them as a present
and I wouldn't wear them any-
While wearing his orange
socks, Bagnell expects some sup-
port from his thinsocked team-
mates. The necessary compon-
ents of this aid are, "Forwards
who are willing to go both ways.
If your wings don't come back
on defense, the defensemen have
to be supermen or everything's
"It never hurts to have of-
fensive-minded defensemen, but
as far as the goalie's concerned,
a defensive-minded defenseman
is nice, too."
With Valentine's Day coming
soon, perhaps Lady Luck will
start being kind to t h e Wol-
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