The Michigan Daily
Tuesday, January 19, 1982
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Spartans spear sputtering icers, 5-2
By MARK BOROWSKI
Ron Mason junked the jinx last night.
The Michigan State hockey coach
finally won a game in Michigan's Yost
Arena and his team did it in convincing
style by defeating the Wolverines, 5-2,
in front of a sparse Monday night
The win upped the second-place Spar-
tans record to 13-5-1 in the CCHA as the
fourth place Wolverines fell to 9-6-4.
"THIS IS the first time I've won in
this lousy rink," said Mason. "And it
sure feels good."
Mason attributed the win partly to the
series Michigan had last Friday and
Saturday night against Notre Dame.
"Michigan's defense looked a little
slow and I think that is because of the
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Notre Dame series. Notre name has a
lot of fast forwards and the series last
weekend probably had a lot to do with
"WE PLAYED a good consistent
game," Mason continued, ,"and this
should give us a good confidence
Mason got two goals from freshman
Lyle Phair and one each from Gord
Flegel, Jeff Eisley and Kelly Miller,
while Michigan's goals were scored by
Steve Yoxheimer and Paul Kobylarz.
"Lyle played very well for us
tonight," said Mason. "He not only,
scored for us, but he is very strong and
physical up front. We looked for a left
wing last year when we were recruiting
and he has done the job."
IT WAS also a battle between two of.
the league's top goalies-Ron Scott for
the Spartans and Jon Elliott for the
Wolverines. Scott won that battle by
stopping 19 shots and Elliott tuined
As play opened in the first period, one
would never have guessed the two
teams had just completed a two-game
series last Saturday. Michigan con-
trolled the play early in the fast-paced
first stanza, but it was the Spartans who
got on the scoreboard first.
Left wing Phair snapped a Mark
Hamway pass from behind the net over
the left shoulder of Elliott at 11:20.
THE WOLVERINES retaliated at
3:30 of the second period to knot the
score at 1-1. Freshman Dave McIntyre
dropped a perfect pass to right wing
Yoxheimer, who preceded to rifle a low
slap shot from just inside the blue line
to beat Michigan State netminder Ron
Scott on the far side.
The Spartans- jumped back into the
lead, 2-1, on another goal by Phair.
Elliott slid across the crease to make
one save, then the Spartan left wing slid
the rebound under the Michigan goalie
for his hinth goal of the season.
With only six seconds left in the
period, State upped its margin to two on
a power play goal by Flegel. Just seven
seconds earlier Wolverine Ted Speers
was sent to the penalty box for tripping
and that allowed Flegel to collect his
fifth goal of the season.
THE SPARTANS put the game out of
reach for good eafly in the third period
with a goal by Miller, making the score
4-1. Michigan State's Dee Rizzo took a
slap shot from the point that Elliott got
a glove on, but the rebound fell right in
front, and Miller easily backhanded the
puck past the Wolverine goalie.
With less than a minute left in the
game, the two teams exchanged goals
with Eisley picking up his third of the
season for the Spartans and Kobylarz
getting his eighth.
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this Friday and Saturday to face
Illinois-Chicago Circle, in a .non-
conference matchup, which will be the
first-ever meeting of the two teams.
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Scoring: 1. MSU-Phair (Hamway, Flegel) 11:20.
Penalties: MSU-McFall (slashing) 7:43; M-M-
clntyre (cross-checking) 13:47.
Scoring: 1. M-Yoxheimer (McIntyre) 3:30; 2.
MSU-Phair (Hamway) 8:16; 3. MStt-Flegel
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Penalties: MSU-Miler (interference) 9:12;
Scoring: 4. MSU-Miller (Taylor, Harpell) 2:02; 5.
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M-Eliott ................13 7 16
MSU-Scott..............6 6 7
Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
MICHIGAN RIGHT WINGER Dennis May moves the puck up the ice in last
night's confrontation with Michigan State at Yost Ice Arena.
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By MARTHA CRALL
Bowling Green remained the hottest
team in the Central Collegiate Hockey
Association (CCHA) with 10-4 and 4-2
victories over Ferris State at home last
Senior captain George McPheeear-
ned CCHA Player-of-the-Week honors
with his four-goal-four assist-eight point
weekend against the Bulldogs. During
the two-game series the Guelph, On-
tario native notched his 100th career
goal to put him third on the Falcons' all-
time scoring chart and his seventh
career shorthanded goal, which is a
Bowling Green record.
Falcon Brian Hills, who centers the
McPhee, Peter Wilson line, vaulted'
atop the league scoring chart with his
seven assist' performance on Friday
night. That set a new Bowling Green
mark and tied the CCHA record for
assists in one game. Wilson also not-
ched five goals on the weekend, so the
potent line combined for 19 points in the
The Falcons bombed Bulldog goalie
Rob Hughston with 52 shots on Friday
night and 45 on Saturday night while
Falcon goalie Mike David stopped 21 in
the opener and 24 in the finale, in ear-
ning both wins.
Lake Superior 2-4,
Miami (0.) 2 (OT)-1
Lake Superior continued its winning
ways* this week on home ice,, as the
Lakers tied Miami on Fridaynight and
pulled: off a 4-1 win behind goalie Pat
Ansell, who hasn't lost in six straight
games, on Saturday night.
Healy and Steve Abbott each saved 31
shots during the two games.
Sophomore John Damrath worked the
nets for the Buckeyes, collecting 34 and
19 saves, respectively.
Michigan Tech 6-6,
Northern Michigan 2-4
Northern Michigan continued its
skid, dropping a home-and-home series
to red-hot Michigan Tech. With the pair
of wins, the Huskies moved from sixth
place in the standings to third.
Freshman Paul Stone scored the
game-winner in Houghton on Friday
night as Mike Lauen notched two goals
for tha Huskies. Tech's Bill Terry
scored two goals and Rick Boehm net-
Red-hot Falcons sweep Ferris
ted the winner as both teams accounted
for 62 penalties in the two games.
Michigan State 8-7,
Chicago Circle 1-2
Michigan State hail a field day again-
st lowly Chicago Circle in East Lansing
as the Spartans trounced the Circle.
Rob Martin and Gary Harpell scored
twice apiece in Friday nights victory,
while Tom Anastos scored a hat trick in
the finale for a total of four goals on the
Back-up netminder Bob Troscinski
played both games for the Spartans,
stopping 17 on Friday night and 23 on
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Paul Gess's tow-goal performance
on Saturday claimed the win for the
Lakers, as their offense continued to
outshoot its opponents by a wide
Redskin netminder Alain Chevrier
kicked out 31 Laker shots on Friday
night and 38 on Saturday night in the
Ohio State 5-6,
Western Michigan 2-3
In what was the biggest surprise of
the weekend, last place Ohio State
swept Western Michigan in Kalamazoo,
5-2 and 6-3.
Five different Buckeye icers scored
in Friday's contest, with Dave Kobryn
collecting the game-winner.' Bob
Bailey accounted for both Bronco goals.
Andy Browne's second goal of the
evening gave Ohio State the 6-3 victory
on Saturday. Bronco goalies Glenn
1. Bowling Green.......13 4
2. Michigan State.......12 5
3. Michigan Tech.....11 6
4. MICHIGAN ..........9 5
5. North. Michigan ..... 10 8
Ferris State..........9 7
7. Notre Dame........7 9
8. Lake Superior........6 10
9. Western Michigan ... 5 12
10. Miami (0.) ......... 4 11
11. Ohio State...........4 13
1. Wisconsin (9)......
2. Clarkston (1).......
3. Bowling Green......
4. North Dakota.......
6. Michigan State ......
7. Michigan Tech....
8. St. Lawrence.......
9. Colgate ...........
10. Northeastern .....
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Chicago Circle at MICHIGAN
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(F) Friday home game; (S) Saturday
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sh, N. Michigan 18 18--17-35
Bowling Green 26 13-22-35
wn, Mich. State.. 18 5-30-x-35
ck, w. Mich...... 18 13--18-31
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Colorado College 6-3, North Dakota 2-6
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