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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, December 11, 1973

BOWLING GREEN NEXT:

Hockey spirit rides

By ROGER ROSSITER
For a team that finished dead
list in the Western Collegiate
Hockey Association last year, the
Michigan Wolverines' performance
so far in the 1973-74 campaign has
been a minor miracle. Already the
Wolverines have won more total
games, captured more home games
and equalled last season's point
production on the road-all in only
the first third of their schedule. 1
Essential ingredients in this 360'
degree turnabout have been a new1
coach, Dan Farrell, and the new'
attitude and philosophy he has{
brought with him. Farrell tossed in
a dozen or so hand picked recruits
to boot.
THE POWERS that be in the'
Michigan Athletic Department did
not want another year of throwing
six guys on the ice and letting
whatever happens happen. They.
wanted and expected a new look1
program with a future, and even-
tually a team that would win inI
the "Michigan tradition" of win-I
ning. That is exactly what Farrell'
has given them, and a lot sooner
than they ever thought possible.
"We're still one or two playersi
away from being a championshipl
team," Farrell admits. "We won'tI
win any league titles this year," he
continued, "but we have confidence
that we can skate onto the ice any
night and play competitively with
any team in the league."I

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MICHIGAN'S ANGIE MORETTO
(7) prepares himself for an at-
tempted tip-in during Michigan's
6-4 victorv over Notre Dame Fri-
day night. Wolverines Gordie
Cullen (27) and Don Dufek (18)
wait anxiously for a rebound that
never materialized. The Wolver-
ines weren't as lucky Saturday
night as the Irish walked off with
a 2-0 shutout victory.

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A look at Michigan's record bears NATIONALLY top ranked Wis-
proof to Farrell's statement. After consin came next. The Wolverines
a season opening sweep of Water- had the Badgers down 4-3 entering
loo at home, the Wolverines went the third stanza, but a five goal
on the road to Minnesota hoping Wisconsin flourish buried the Blue
,at best for a series split. With dekers, 8-4.
nine freshmen in the lineup playing Not to be denied, Michigan came
their first WCHA games before a back the next night and completely
hostile crowd, Michigan convinc, throttled Bob Johnson's high scor-
ingly notched a tie and a win for ing Badger machine. The 4-1 vic-
three vital points. tory to Farrell was "Our most
satisfying victory of the season."
"WE WERE thrilled to come Michigan Tech, perhaps the best
here and take three points from a team in college hockey today,
good aeam like Minnesota." Far- stunned the Wolverines 7-0 and 8-4
rell beamed at that time. Despite the following weekend in Houghton.
his apparent cool behind the bench
that weekend he confessed, "I was FARRELL MADE a major over-
scared to death back there." haul of his lines after the Tech
Now for a coach to admit being debacle in preparation for last
"scared to death" may sound fool- weekend's Notre Dame series. The
ish. But in Farrell's case, it was a dividends came fast and furious as
logical product of the nervous an- a new line of Kris Manery, Don
ticipation he felt after all the hours Dufek and Gordie Cullen lit the
spent recruiting and drilling these lamp in the game's initial fifteen
players to make them a team. seconds. The Wolverines went on
to win 6-4 with Mannery scoring
A home and away series against twice, Dufek once, and Cullen
Michigan State produced a 7-6 vic- garnering assists on three goals.
tory at home and a 7-6 overtime But with its back figuratively to
loss at State. The defeat at State the wall Saturday night, Notre
looked like a sure victory until Dame eked out a 2-0 whitewash
the final minute of regulation time for a series split.
when theaSpartans scored twice to "If we hadn't made those two
tie the game 6-6. Even then a tie mistakes in our defensive zone,"
seemed certain. But with twenty Farrell moaned, "it would have
seconds left in overtime, an official been a 0-0 tie." The Dufek-Cullen-
blew an off-side call, and State's Mery ti fe Diti k-Cl
Daryl Rice slipped in the winning ManerytDame gols hen they fail
goal.ed to cover Irish wingers in the
"We were robbed," was all Far- Wolverine defensive zone. But Far-
rell could say. He didn't have to rell assured, "With a little more
say any more; even the State fans experience, they won't make those
knew he -was right. mistakes."
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again
TIES EEKEND the Wolverines
will play away and home against
Bowling Green, and Farrell plans
to is- a lot of new faces. Gary
Morrisoa, Doug Lindskog, Pete
lDunbar, Julian Nixon, and Mike
Burgett might all see some action.
"We've got to take them serious-
ly," Farrell warned of Bowling
Green, "they're a very physical
team.
Next on the docket, after Bowl-
ing Green, is the Flint IMA Tourna-
I ment December 27 and 28 with Air
Force, Lake Superior State, and
York University of Toronto.
"Independent teams like Bowl-
ing Green, Air Force, and Lake
Superior State are all looking for
a berth in the NCAA's, so it's
imperative that we and the other
teams in the WCHA beat them,"
noted Farrell. Michigan should rate
as the pre-tournament favorite with
Lake Superior State posing the
Wolverines' most formidable op-
position.
MICHIGAN RETURNS to the
t WCHA wars for its final vacation
action with a trip to traditionally
tough Denver. Though the Pioneers
z have had their troubles, mired in
the lower regions of the league
a standings most of the season, Far-
rell is wary. "They're in a re-
building program, and they always
come on the second half of the
year," he reminded.
The Wolverines performances
from now to the advent of winter
i semester will give further evi-
dence as to how far Farrell's re-
structuring has progressed. A
tournament championship and a
split at Denver are essential in
Farrell's plans.
WCHA Standings
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