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SPORTS
The Michigan Daily Tuesday, March 2, 1982 Page 9

Icers wilt d

By MARTHA CRALL
The Michigan hockey team, which
entered its spring break games in third
place, withered down the stretch,
finished in a tie for fourth place, and
lost home-ice advantage in this
weekend's first round of Central
Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA)
playoffs.
Two weekends ago the icers traveled
to tenth-place Ohio State and split with
the Buckeyes, losing on Friday, 3-1, and
taking the second game, 4-1. Ted
$peers scored his third shorthanded

second period of the first game, as
Mark Hamway scored a hat-trick and
Brown and Lyle Phair each netted two
goals.
Lake Superior 3-2,
Northern Michigan 0-5
The Lakers split their home-and-
home series with Northern Michigan,
shutting out the Wildcats,3-0, in Sault
Ste. Marie and losing the rematch in
Marquette, 5-2.
Lake Superior's Lawrence Dyck
had only to save 17 shots in the Friday
whitewashing as Mickey Candler's two
goals provided more than enough points
for the victory.
THE SPLIT LEFT the two teams in a
tie for seventh place in the final stan-
dings, but Lake Superior won the tie-
breaker to earn the seventh seed.
Western Michigan 6-8,
Notre Dame 3-10
Western Michigan edged the Irish, 6-
3, in the opener of the two-game series
in South Bend, but Notre Dame came
r

.owstretch
back to win the finalein a 10-8 shoot-out. with 210 points. Nothing except pride
Bronco Ross Fitzpatrick netted a hat was on the line, as both teams missed
trick both nights (his fifth and sixth of the playoffs.
the season) and scored eight points in Michigan Tech 8-10,
the series to garner CCHA player-of- Chicago Circle 6-3
the-week honors.6- ,icgoTCicles s3
Miami (0.) 6-5, Michigan Tech closed its season with

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Ohio State 4-7
MIAMI SPLIT with arch-rival Ohio
State, winning the opener, 6-4, and
losing Saturday's contest, 7-5.
Larry Marson recorded five assists in
the series to finish his Buckeye career

two non-conference wins over Chicago
Circle, 8-6 and 10-3.
Bill Terry scored four goals and
freshman Brian Clark notched three in
the series, which saw 11 Huskies get in
the scoring parade.

TUESDA Y L UNCH DISCUSSION March 2, 12 Noon
"THE PLIGHT OF LABOR IN THE PHILIPPINES"
Speaker: FR. EDGAR SAQUINSIN,
Founder and Chairman of the Board
National Federation of Sugar Workers in the Philippines

goal in the finale to win the game for the
Wolverines. Co-captain Dave Richter
scored his eighth goal of the season, his
12th in four seasons.
LAST WEEKEND, Michigan needed
only a tie in one of its games against
Bowling Green to clinch home ice in the
*playoffs, but the Wolverines dropped
both to wind up in a tie with Notre
Dame. The Falcons won at home on
Friday, 7-1, and took the finale in Ann
Arbor, 5-3. The Fighting Irish won the
tie-breaker by virtue of their 1-0-1
record against the Wolverines in head-
to-head competition during the regular
season, thus Notre Dame hosts
Michigan this weekend.
Michigan State 10-3,
Ferris State 2-4
MICHIGAN STATE failed in its bid
for the league championship as it split
with Ferris State, winning 10-2, in East
Lansing on Friday and dropping the
finale in Big Rapids, 4-3.
The Spartans notched six goals in the

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CCHA Standings

1. Bowling Green ..
2. Michigan State ..
3. Michigan Tech ..
4. *Notre Dame ....
MICHIGAN .....
6. Ferris State .....
7. *Lake Superior
Northern Mich.. .
9. Western Mich....
10. Ohio State .......
11. Miami (O.).....

W
20
21
16
15
14
13
11
12
11
10
9

L
7
10
11
13
12
15
15
16
18
17
18

T
1
1
1
2
4
2
2;
0.
1
1
1

Pct.
.732
.672
.589
.533
.533
.467
.429
.429
.388
.375
.339

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(*Gain position for playoffs with
tiebreaker)
First Round Playoff Pairings
Northern Michigan at Bowling Green
Lake Superior at Michigan State
Ferris State at Michigan Tech
MICHIGAN at Notre Dame
CCHA Leading Scorers
Games Goa

Ws-

1. Brian Hills, Bowling Green
2. Newell Brown, Michigan St.
3. George McPhee,
Bowling Green
4. Mark Hamway, Michigan St.
5. Ross Fitzpatrick,
Western Michigan
(* sets CCHA record)

28
32
26
31
30

Assists
-Points
**28-32-**60
15-**44-59
18-40-58
**28-26-54
25-28-53

WMPL Hockey Poll

1. North Dakota (6)
2. Clarkson (4) .....
3. Wisconsin......
4. Bowling Green ..
5. Michigan State ..
6. New Hampshire.
7. Michigan Tech ..
8. Minnesota......
9. Northeastern ....
10. Denver..........

W
29
23
29
24
23
15
22
19
18
15

L
10
2
9
11
10
5
12
11
9
17

T
0
0
1
1
2
0
2
2
0
2

Pts
96
90
77
70
48
37
31
29
21
14

WCHA Scores
Minnesota-Duluth 9-6, Wisconsin 8-8
Minnesota 4-8. Colorado College 3-3
North Dakota 8-3, Denver 4-4

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