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The Michigan Daily

Sunday, December 7, 1980

Blue icers scalp
N.D. Sioux, 8-2

Page 9

By KENT WALLEY
Two very physical hockey teams met
at Yost Ice Arena last night. One of
them filled the penalty box and lacked
offense throughout most of the night.
The.other put on a dazzling display of
scoring - both on the power play and
evenly-manned.
Michigan was the prevailing team,
defeating the North Dakota Sioux by a
convincing score of 8-2 before 5,214
screaming Wolverine fans.
THE BLUE icers totally dominated
the 'first two periods, scoring four
power play goals and shutting out the
opposition. The third beriod went much
the same way. With penalties playing a
major role, Michigan scored four times
evenly-manned, and North Dakota
scored twice, both times shorthanded.
l Michigan opened the third period
with a score when Mars took a pass on a
breakaway and fired a slapshot over
North Dakota goalie Darren Jensen's '
shoulder. Then, 11 seconds later, Bour-
ne skated in front of the Sioux net and
flipped yet another shot past Jensen.
But North Dakota was not ready to
lay down and die. On a Michigan'power
play, the, scored two short-handed
oals. The first was a slapshot from the
ot by right winger Glen White. The
second came at 5:14 when left wing Ed-
die Christian broke away from the pack
and broke to the left of the net. Then, af-
ter Fricker was committed to that side,
he passed the puck to the right, and cen-

ter Dean Barsness flicked the puck
cleanly into the net.
THE GOALS WERE useless,
however, because Michigan; near the
12-minute mark, scored two goals in a
matter of 16 seconds to put the game out
of reach. Hampson scored first
(unassisted) when he skated at Jensen
and fired a slap shot, unchallenged, by
a defender. The goalie couldn't quite
reach the puck, and it bounced off his
glove' and into the net. The other goal
was scored by Tim Manning at 12:04.
In the second period Michigan took
advantage of numerous North Dakota
penalties and scored three power play
goals, running up the Wolverine lead to
4-0. Slapshot after slapshot winged past
Jensen, as the Blue powerplay ap-
peared unstoppable.
,The Wolverines' only close call oc-
curred after both Richter and Milburn
were penalized (for roughing and delay
of game). Also whistled for delay of'
game was the Sioux' Carroll. With a
four-to-three man advantage, North
Dakota applied pressure at the
Wolverine end.
BUT GOALIE Paul Fricker an-
swered with several aerobatic saves.
Then North Dakota right wing Cary
Eades, fired a slapshot from the slot
that Fricker blocked with his skate.
Center Troy ,Murray,'quickly smashed
the deflected puck toward the Blue net,
but Fricker, reacting in a split second,
dove and deflected the puck with his

stick.
Two of the three power play goals
were scored by Steve Richmond. The
first, at 7:11, was scored when Rich-
mond made a strong move to the inside
and flicked the puck past Jensen from
the slot. The other was a slapshot from
-the point.
DESPITE A highly physical and ac-
tion-packed first period, only one goal
- which put the Wolverines into an
early 1-0 lead - was scored.
Michigan coach John Giordano was
pleased with the Wolverine performan-
ce.
But North Dakota coach John
Gasparini had a different view of the
game. He called the officiating "the
poorest we've had all year." He added
that "when you get seven .straight
penalties called on you, something is
wrong. The officials didn't beat us, but
they were the deciding factor."
Sioux black and bglue
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. M-Hampson (Tippett) 4:50.
Penalties: M-Blum (cross-checking) 2:01;
ND-Eades (high-sticking) 3:50; ND-Dachyshyn
(elbowing) 7:05; M-Tessier (roughing) 10:38;
ND-Christian (roughing) 10:38; ND-Murray
(tripping) 13:16; ND-Brennan (cross-checking)
16:09; M-Brandrup (tripping) 16:42.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 2. M-Speers (Manning. Bourne) 4:41; 3.
M-Richmond (Manning, Blum) 7:11; 4. M-Rich-
mond (May, Krussman) 8:26.
Penalties: ND-Dachyshyn (slashing) 0:53;
M-McCrimmon (cross-checking) 0:53; ND-Chad-
wick (cross-checking) 3:20; ND-Olson (hooking)

Wolverine Jeff Tessier, Number 27,
breaks out of a crowd for a lose puck, in
last night's game against North Dakota
at Yost Ice Arena. Michigan defeated
the Sioux by the score of 8-2.
5:28; ND-Stone (unsportsmanlike conduct) 6:22;
ND-Brennan (tripping) 9:54; M-Richter
(roughing) 13:08; M--Milbourne (delay of game)
13:08; ND-Carroll (delay of game) 13:08;
M-Hampson (high sticking) 16:25.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: M-Mars (Brandrup, Milburn) 2:15;
M-Bourne (Tessier, Augimeri) 2:26; ND-White
(Sykes) 3:10; ND-Barsness (Christian, Magnuson)
5:14; M-Hampson 11:48; M-Manning (Richter,
Hampson) 12:04.
Penalties: ND-Chadwick (elbowing) 3:02;
M-Hampson (cross-checking) 7:57; M-Brandrup
(cross-checking) 10:19; ND-Ludwig (cross-
checking) 10:19; M-Mars (tripping) 10:41;
ND-Lamoureux (tripping) 10:41; M-McCrimmon
(slashing) 18:48.

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DIVERS LEAD VICTORY

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By CHUCK HARTWIG meter diving events, and senior Ken ts. Mark Noetzel swam to first-place m
Riding a strong performance from Vigiletti earned top honors in both showings in the 100- and 200-meter K
the diving contingent, the Michigan categories. Vigiletti's supporting cast freestyle events, while Coach Bill al
men's swim team swamped Eastern of Jon Beach and Mark McMann were Farley said he was impressed with e
Michigan, 66-47, yesterday in its season second and third, respectively, off both veteran Tom Ernsting's winning per-
open, at Ma t da y boards. - formance in the 200-meter individual T
The Wolverines swept the first three But the tankers didn't confine their medley. a
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irstan Vandersluis, John Slykhouse,
nd Bruce Gemmell swam a solid race
ven though they finished second.
Other Michigan winners included
rip Gage in the 200-meter breaststroke
nd Pancho Santana in the backstroke
t the same distance. Fernando
anales, the Wolverines' All-American
reestyle sprint specialist, was
idelined with an injury and sat out the
neet. Another All-American, diver
evin Machemer, also missed yester
ay's meet, but for a different reason:
dachemer is still awaiting a decision
rom the Big Ten in his eligibility
ispute.
Farley said he was pleased with the
verall performance of his team again-
t the Hurons.
"For where we are (in terms of
raining) and what we've done, we did a
reat job," said the second-year men-
or. "At this time of year, we haven't
one any preparation. We're just
working hard."
The tankers have more than a month
o prepare for their next match-up, a
January 15 home meet against Wiscon-
in. Until then, the team will continue
ts regular two-a-day workout schedule.

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