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The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 31, 1980-Page 15

Defense keys
By GREG DeGULIS in Minnesota's blazing start this
It's U of M versus U of M for the season. The Golden Gophers are 3-0, in-
Second time in a month, but this time cluding victories over Michigan Tech,
it's not for the Little Brown Jug. This 6-4, and defending WCHA champion
time the game is hockey and hosting North Dakota, 9-8. Minnesota tallied six
Minnesota is the land of National straight goals in 'the North Dakota
Champions-the latest titles coming in game to overcome a 6-2 deficit in the
197, 1976 and 1974. second period.
Mfinnesota also became the home of Offensively, Minnesota boasts of 19
Udted States Olympic hockey when goals in three contests for an average of
cojch Herb Brooks and five of his star oversix lamplighter's a game. Leading
co-egiate hockey players opted to the barrage of bombardment on op-
he'oically represent the stars and posing goaltenders is Broton, of course,
sttpes in Lack Placid, with 12 points.
he Olympic gold medal may be However, after examing a Minnesota
history now, but Gopher hockey fans roster, you have to ask the question,
are constantly reminded of the changes which Broten? Olympic celebrity Neal
w ch resulted. Brad Buetow replaced Broten's kid brother Aaron also skates
Heb Brooks as an interim coach last for the Golden Gophers. In fact the
yar and ended up as WCHA Coach of Broten brothers pair up on the same
t1 Year. Buetow led the Golden line to formulate probably the most
G hers to a 26-15-0 record and a potent offensive duo in the country.
s nd place conference finish behind Aaron Broten has matched his
Nith Dakota. brother Neal's point total of 12, so bet-
Qne Olympian who returned to Min- ween the fraternal combination a total
nesota is sophomore center Neal of 24 points have been registered again-
Br ten, considered by many to be the st their weary opponents.
best overall player in college hockey. To combat the goal scoring prowess
"meal :hasn't had any problems at of the Golden Gophers, Michigan's
returning (from Olympic hockey) to defense will have to repeat their per-
linnesota. Olympic hockey may be forniance against Western Michigan
better than college hockey, but he sim- last Saturday in Kalamazoo. Led by
ply enjoys playing the game," Buetow sophomore goalie Paul Fricker and cap-
said, tain - detenseman Tim Manning, the
One indication of how much Broten Wolverines shut out the Broncos until
enjoys the game of hockey is reflected the middle of the third period, raising
a-

(olverine chanees
Goalie Fricker must.
stop Golden Gophers

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PHi1iP GLASS

the Michigan record to 3-1.
In addition, Michigan's defense will
have to avoid a collapse similar to the
one which occurred in the third period of
Friday night's contest at Yost Ice
Arena. In a span of 45 seconds, Western
Michigan blew three goals past Fricker
to slice Michigan's lead from 5-1 to 5-4.
Any such lapse against Minnesota may
prove to be fatal to the fortunes of the
Wolverines this weekend. J
Offensively, assistant coach John
Giordano plans to "use four lines on a
permanent basis, the same as against
Western Michigan." Thus far, the line
of sophomore center Don Krussman,
senior left wing Gordie Hampson, and
junior right wing Dennis May have
been the most effective for Michigan.
To offset the scoring prowess of Bruno
Baseotto, who left the team last week,
the second line of senior center Roger
Bourne, sophomore left wing Ted
Speers and left wing Brad Tippett have
to work that much harder.
The key for Michigan, however, will
rest in the quick hands and feet of
goalie Fricker, the man who will be
responsible for repelling the barrage of
the Broten brothers. According to Min-
nesota head coach Buetow, Fricker's

performance in last year's Golden
Gopher-Wolverine games "was the best
goaltending performance I've ever
seen in a college series."
Michigan took both games from Min-
nesota last year at Yost Arena and it
will take another stellar effort from
Fricker to repeat the 1979 results. Both
the F-iday and Saturday night contests
begin t 8:30 EST.
(For more information on this
year's edition of the Michigan
hockey team, see the hockey sup-
plement featured in today's Daily.)
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Yesterday's results
NBA
New York 116, Atlanta 115 (OT)
NHL
Calgary 3, Boston 1
Montreal 8, Hartford 2
'Wednesday night
NBA

SCORES
Houston 109, Dallas 103
Utah 109, San Antonion 96
Phoenix 105, San Diego 87
NHL
Buffalo 1, Pittsburgh 1
Minnesota 2, St. Louis 2
Edmonton 4, Toronto 4

Friends wishyou luck
on a big exam. Good friends stick
around to see how you did.

Kansas City 115, Portland 98

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