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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, January 30, 1973

P*~i~e Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

LAST IN WCHA:
Dekers

hit

By FRANK LONGO
Hockey is a funny game. A team
can be really up one weekend and
completely down the next. They,
can skate like hell on Friday night
and then come back on Saturday
and skate like HELL. Then again,
how a team plays is not always in-
dicative of the final outcome. What-
ever, it all sounds pretty con-
fusing.
Well, that is the state in which
the Michigan hockey fan finds him-
self after the Wolverines' return
from Colorado Springs this past

day's contest.
Friday's loss was of the over-
time variety. Michigan fell behind
5-1 after two periods, but some-
how managed to come back and tie
it up with an unbelievable six goals
in the final stanza.
Roy Ashworth almost got to play
the hero's role in that one. Ash-
worth, a senior whose totals for two
years of varsity competition con-
sist of one assist and twelve penalty
minutes with a lot of bench time
sandwiched in between, scored
three goals for the first Wolverine

weekend. It was another crucial..
series in Michigan's never-ending *
bid for the ever-elusive playoff! WC H
position, but twice the Blue team
found itself holding the short end

A Standings

of the stick. Denver
Colorado College came up with icn State
the 8-7 and 6-4 victories, thereby: Notre Dame
jumping over the Wolverines into North Dakota
ninth place in the WCHA with tMinnesota
ten points to Michigan's eight. And MichiganTech
the losses were particularly heart- Minn-Duluth
breaking. Colorado Col.
"We should have come back with MICHIGAN
At l MICHIGAN

W L T Pts
13 5 0 34
13 4 1 33
10 4 1 31
11 7 0 26
10 9 1 23
6 9 3 23
8 7 0 22
8 10 0 16
3 14 0 10
3 14 0 8

ottom
hat trick of the year.
Ashworth scored Micnigan's first
goal and then sent the game into
the sudden death period with his
third tally, which came with less
than a minute to play and his team
down, 7-6.
Unfortunately, the other candi-
date for the hero role produced
more of a case. Colorado's Doug
Palazzari, one of the top players
in the WCHA, also turned in the
hat trick, but his third goal turned
out to be the winning one, coming
after 44 seconds of overtime play
"We lack that experience around
the net," commented Renfrew
later. "In that second period we
had 16 shots on goal and only
scored once."
Saturday's contest proved no
more satisfying. Three power play
goals by Michigan failed; to turn
the trick, and the 6-4 loss dropped
the Wolverines into last place.
Does that mean Michigan is out
of it? "Oh, no!" cries Renfrew.
And he is right. Minnesota-Duluth,
the team to beat for the eighth and
final playoff spot, lost a pair of
games to Denver this weekend,
and remain only eight points ahead
of Michigan with 16 points.
And in two weeks, who comes
to Ann Arbor for no less than an
eight-point series? M i n n e s o t a-
Duluth, promising a pretty exciting
finish to Michigan's home schedule.
This week the Wolverines play a
home-and-home series with Michi-
gan State, who have dropped to
third after holding first place for
most of the season. Two weeks
ago Michigan hosted State, com-
plete with a 5-2 score in. favor of
the Spartans. Turning it around
won't be easy, but sure would be
helpful.

11

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at least one win, cipped in de-
fenseman Randy Trudeau, who
tallied a power play goal in Satur-

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Last Weekend's Results v
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Notre Dame 8-13, Michigan State
5-5
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Wisconsin 8-4, North Dakota 3-3
Michigan Tech 3-6, Minnesota 4-3
This Weekend's Games
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(Friday
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(Saturday)
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North Dakota at Notre Dame
(four points)
Colorado Col. at Denver (Friday)
Denver at Colorado Col. (Saturday)

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