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The Michigan Daily

SPORTS

Tuesday, February 17, 1981

Page 7

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By TOM SHAHEEN behind fourth-place Michigan Tech and
y gave Notre Dame a chance to North Dakota.
or this year's WCHA playoffs ... Nobody figured that Colorado College
UT a sweep of Michigan State - a team entrenched in the league's
Irish just one point behind Min- second division-could take a game from
)uluth, currently ,the occupant Wisconsin, a team fighting for the
ial playoff spot. WCHA title...
y thought Michigan could finish ... BUT the Badgers barely escaped
he top four in the conference, the series last weekend - dropping one
vould guarantee the home-ice game, and winning the other in over-
ge for round one of the WCHA time.
The lesson: IF SOMETHING
UT the Wolverines, now ranked UNEXPECTED CAN HAPPEN IN
the nation, are just two points THE WCHA... IT USUALLY DOES.
"THIS LEAGUE doesn't have a Nor-
thwestern, like the Big Ten football con-
ference," said Bob Johnson, the Badger
coach. "There isn't much difference
between team one and team ten in the
WCHA.''
So with two weeks remaining in the
regular season, just about everything is
up for grabs in the topsy-turvy WCHA:
first place, home-ice advantage for the
the playoffs and the final playoff berth.
Minnesota at Michigan Tech
Also undecided is the scoring leader
race. Three of Brad Buetow's Min-
nesota Gophers sit 1-2-3 in this
category. Steve Ulseth and Aaron
Broten had a productive weekend in
Houghton, as they passed former
Ulseth leader Neal Broten for the first time
this year.
.. new scoring leader Michigan Tech's goaltender, Frank

ken foir
Krieber, managed to hold the powerful
Gophers in check Friday night, as the
Huskies took the opener, 5-3. The
scoring punch returned to Buetow's
icers in the series wrap-up, as the
Gophers blitzed Tech, 8-3.
"WE SHOULD have won both games,
said Buetow. "We played very well, but,
unfortunately ran into a hot goaltender
(Krieber) in the first game.

granted
home," said John MacInnes, Michigan WCHA
Tech's coach. "We look for a very
tough series." Minnesota (24-
Notre Dame at Michigan State Denver (22-9-2
One thing IS definite. Michigan State Wisconsin (21-
will not make the WCHA playoffs this Michigan Tech
year. Coach Ron Mason took this fact in North Dakota(
stride when discussing MSU's up- MICHIGAN (1
coming series with Wisconsin. Colorado Colle
"We don't have a helluva lot to play Minnesota-Dul
for," said Mason. "But this series will Notre Dame (1
tell me who the leaders are going to be Michigan State
for next year, and how much heart WE
these guys have. It will be a good MICHIGAN 9-6, Min
character builder." Notre Dame 4-4, Mi
Michigan Tech 5-3,P
North Dakota at Denver North Dakota 5-2, D
Another "big" series is over. This one Wisconsin 4-2, Color
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didn't alter the standings, though, as Denver at MICH GA
the two teams split. Both teams cannot }<:<><>.<
rest on their laurels, however; Denver

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STANDINGS
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9) ...........16 8
) 15 7
10) ......... 15 9
(19-12-1) ... 14 10
(20-10-2) .... 13 9
9-13) ......13 11
ge (13-15) .. 10 14
uth (14-18-1) 9 15
12-18-2) ..... 8 15
e (9-21-2) ... 4 19
EKEND SCORES
nnesota-Duluth 2-5
chigan State 2-2
Minnesota 3-8
3enver 2-3
wado College 3(OT)-4
AN WEEK'S GAMES

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0 32
2 32
0 30
0 28
2 28
0 26
0 20
0 18
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Michigan Tech at North Dakota
Minnesota-Duluth at Minnesota
Colorado College at Notre Dame
Michigan State at Wisconsin
HOCKEY MAGAZINE-ESPN
1. Minnesota (8) ..................97
2. Clarkson (2) .....................85
3. Denver ...................... ..80
4. Wisconsin.. ......................66
5. North Dakota..... .............54
6. Michigan Tech ..................49
7. Northern Michigan ..............42
8. New Hampshire .................24
9. Boston College ..................14
10. MICHIGAN .....................14
WCHA SCORING LEADERS
GP G A Pts
l-steve Ulseth, Minnesota ......... 24 23 31 54
2. Aaron Broten, Minnesota.........24 22 31 53
3. Neal Broten, Minnesota ...........24 12 40 52

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"We play Duluth this week, and we'll
be pumped up. To win the division, we
must win our remaining four games,"
he added.
Duluth is fighting for its playoff life,
and Minnesota goes into the series
without its number one goaltender, Jim
Jetland, who underwent a deep ham-
string pull in the'Tech series. He may
be out for ten days.
MICHIGAN TECH will travel to
Grand Forks, to face the North Dakota
Sioux this weekend.
"They're (North Dakota) damn mad
about their recent performance at

travels to Ann Arbor to face the red-hot
Wolverines, and Gino Gasparini's Sioux
play host to Michigan Tech, currently
fourth in the WCHA.

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