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March 14, 1978 - Image 11

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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, March 14, 1978-Page 11

Late rush still leaves icers short

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Michigan coach Dan Farrell stuck his ist nickel
into the WCHA slot machine and pulled the lever.
Farrell watched anxiously as the wheels began
spinning, and sighed as first one lemon,' then
another and another popped into view.
A crash of coins poured forth from the machine,
but upon examination Farrell found the playoff
chips marked for North Dakota, Notre Dame and
THUS MICHIGAN went out and played its heart
out in the final series of the year, taking three out of
a possible four points from Michigan State, but still
missing the playoffs for the first time since 1972-73
and for the first time under Farrell.
The Wolverines' 12-19-1 record matched that of
both the Irish and the Bulldogs at the season's con-
clusion, but under-the league's tie-breaking formula
Duluth was awarded 7th place and Notre Dame 8th.
Michigan settled for ninth since it had only a 2-4
record with the two teams it was tied with, while
Duluth was 3-1 and Notre Dame 3-3.
Both Duluth and the Irish were later eliminated in
the first round of playoff action by Wisconsin and
Denver while Michigan Tech ousted North Dakota
and fifth-place Colorado College upset fourth-place
IN SECOND ROUND games tonight and
tomorrow night, Denver will be hosting CC's Tigers
and Michigan Tech moves into the unfriendly con-
fines of Madison to play the Badgers.
If Denver wins its series with the Tigers, the
winner of the Wisconsin-Tech series will advance to
the NCAA tournament in Providence March 23-25
(since ;Denver is on NCAA probation). The loser
would play CCHA winner Bowling Green to deter-
mine which of those two would also go to Providen-

Should the Tigers upset Denver, they m
Bowling Green while the winner oft
Wisconsin series would advance direc
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MICHIGAN GETS NO pieces of the t
cake however, even though the Wolverin
the season with strong performances a
Michigan Tech and Michigan State.
The icers went into the Friday nig
East Lansing still entertaining playof
But three quick Spartan goals (two of'
power plays) in the first 11 minutes a
destroy all of Michigan's chances.
Mark Miller blasted Michigan backi
but State got it back in the opening mom
second period on a disputed goal. WithI
the Michigan end, sormeone in the cra
whistle, causing the players to let up an
Spartans' Joe Campbell to skate in an
molested. The 4-1 lead brought vehem
from the Michigan bench, but the goal co
AT THAT POINT the fans got to see j
officials can take control of a game.E
Lynett, who scored four goals in the gan

would play Michigan's Miller across the nose, and was
the Tech- assessed five minutes for drawing blood. A barrage
tly to the of State penalties followed, giving Michigan a man-
advantage for seven minutes. This gamvte Michigan
the incentive to score three goals in 1:37, two by Bill
x; ::,rmra Thayer on identical plays.
After the penalties expired the game calmed
down, but both teams scored in the last minute of
Lngs the period, with Michigan's Dan Hoene answering
(OERAL Lynett's second goal just eight seconds later to end
F L. T PT the second period at 5-5.
Ir 3 0 O62 The third period was met with exciting up-and-
S"~ 3 1 down action and two goals by each side. Michigan
4 r! O 48
2 ,3 , 45 goaltender Frank Zimmerman was outstanding in
6 19 0 :2 the last three minutes and in the overtime, making
s 21 0 0 one heart-stopping save after another, including one
14 20 r 29 on a Russ Welch slap shot with just five seconds left
; 20 :, r in regulation and an identical save on Welch with
r 2; 2 16 just eight seconds left in the overtime.
THE 7-7 TIE, easily Michigan's most exciting
game of the year, left Michigan with only faint
tournament hopes of a playoff berth going into the Saturday
ies' finished night game at Yost. Michigan jumped out in front
gainst both quickly for a change, scoring on a point shot by
senior Ben Kawa after just 21 seconds. Rick Palmer
ht game in held the Spartans scoreless through the first two
f thoughts. periods and the icers added another goal by Mike
which were Coffman in the second stanza for a 2-0 lead.
appeared to Michigan came out in the third period deter-
mined to enjoy its last game. with the eight depar-
within two, ting seniors regardless of the playoff situation.
ments of the Miller set up sophomore Dan Lerg for a 3-0 lead, but
the puck in State fought its way back within one and had its
wd blew a goalie pulled in the last minute trying to tie it up.
id allow the But for once Michigan pulled together and fought off
d score un- the opponents, securing a crowd-pleasing 3-2 vic-
ent protests tory.
)unted. The icers celebrated the victory as if they had
ust how the just won the national championship. But the party
State's Leo was more of a release of frustration after a trying
me, slashed season than a celebration of a victory.

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Men tanked NCAA Championships to be held in
Freshman Fernando Canales im- Long Beach, California. Canales,
pressed all last weekend at the Big Ten Murray, Griffith, Morgan, and Chelich
Ssedmi a mpisoeknhips at heBigoTn will be representing Michigan on the
Swimming Championships at Illinois, West Coast on March 23-25.
setting two Michigan varsity records. "The natinals is where it counts,''"
The native Puerto Rican took first in said Diving Coach Dick Kimball in
two individual events and helped out i reference to Chelich's Big Ten victory.-
two relay victories for the Wolverine Yet, this statement is true for the
Canales' first record was in the 100- swimmers as well as the divers.
yard freestyle with a time of 45.22. He -BILLY SAHN
then swam his best time in the 200-yard Maloney de- inged
free with a time of 1:37.85.
As a team, the Wolverines finished In a move to improve their scoring
fourth behind, Indiana, Ohio State, and punch, the Detroit Red Wings have
traded captain Dan Maloney to the
k or more sports trn to Toronto Maple Leafs for left winger
Pages 12 and 13 Errol Thompson and two first round
draft picks.
Wisconsin. Coach Gus Stager attributed Maloney, a rugged left winger known
Michigan's weak team performance to for his physical style of play, has 16
a lack of depth, especially in the off- goals and 45 points this season. Toronto
stroke events (breaststroke, butterfly, General Manager Jim Gregory said
and backstroke). Monday that Maloney "is a strong ad-
Another outstanding performer for dition to our drive for the Stanley Cup."
the Michigan squad was junior Matt Thompson, 27, has been hampered by
Chelich. Last year's NCAA diving injuries after a 43-goal season in 1975-
champ is eyeing a repeat performance 76. He has 17 goals and 22 assists this
in the upcoming NCAA's in the .one- year.
meter dive. In addition to Thompson, the Wings
CHelich placed first in the one-meter picked up a first round draft choice in
event at Illinois. However, he had a 1978 and another first round pick in the
more difficult time at the three-meter. future.
Chelich finished third behind Jesse -AP
Griffin of Michigan State and Kent
Vosler of Ohio State.
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