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Page 8-Thursday, January 14, 1982-The Michigan Daily

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Milburn gets three points

in return to icers

because he is. Unlike most college Manitoba native said he does not plan to
athletes whose main concerns are make a career for himself as a hockey
limited to their team and school work, player, he could not see by-passing the
Milburn has a family - a wife and a opportunity to play the sport in college.
seven-month-old boy. "Hockey has been a part of my life
"Some people think it must be really since I was four years old," said
rough to go to school, play hockey, and Milburn. "Up north, winter lasts from
have a family of my own," he said. eight to nine months a year. In snow
Sometimes it is, but Anna, my wife, Lake there isn't much else to do other
takes a lot of the load. I really wouldn't than play hockey."
want it any other way." Milburn feels that his greatest con-
ALTHOUGH THE Snow Lake, tribution to the Michigan squad thus far
'I have never been a prolific goal scorer. I definitely ac-
cept that fact. I guess my job is to get the puck up to those
who are.'
-Michigan icer Joe Milburn

this year has been his defensive play.
"I figure my main role is defense," he
explained. "Up to the injury, I was
playing every game and only had two
asists. It must be my defense then.
When my defense slips, I won't be in the
lineup."
Michigan coach John Giordano
agreed that Milburn is a strong defen-
sive player, but, he added that his of-
fensive play is improved.
"HE'S DEFINITELY a threat out
there," said Giordano. "He has good
face-off capabilities. Good passer.
Quick skater. It all adds up. We're

hoping he can score a little more."
Milburn, an education major, may
have limited goals on the ice, but of the
ice is a different story. "Most of all, I
want to get my degree," he explained.
"I'd also like to do something with the
mining industry - growing-up in a
mining town and all."
Whether Milburn's three-point per-
formance last Friday was just "a good
game" or is indicative of future games
remains to be seen. Either way,
Milburn will be able to accept the
reality.

22 Krussman, LW...........20
23 McCauley, RW...........20
15 Reid, LW ............... 20
17 Yoxheimer, RW..........20
5 Richter, D .............. 18
3 Lundberg, D ............ 16
8 McIntyre, C'............. 19
11 Grade, C ................ 19
21 Milburn, C .............. 13
6 Perry, D ................ 20
2 Dg. May, LW ............ 10
4 Neff, D .................. 14
27 Tessier, LW ............. 13
24 Hawkins, D ............. 10
30 Elliott,G................ 12
35 Mason, G ............... 10
12 Noren, C ................ 5
20 Huber, LW .............. 2
1 Chiamp, G .............. 2
'M' BENCH ............20
Goalies

14/28
1/2
3/6
11/22
14/28
10/20
5/10
13/26
9/18
5/10
3/6
7/15
1/2
1/2
2/4
1/2
0/0
0/0
0/0
2/4

Goalie (Record)
Mason (6-2-1) ......
Elliott (5-3-3) ......
Chiamp (0-0-0).....

G
10
12
2

Min.
497 .47
694:45
37:28

GA AvgSav Pct
19 2.29 224 .922
30 2.59 312 .912
3 4.83 11 .786

Team
MICHIGAN
1 2 3 OT
Goals ..................... 19 24 22 0
Shots on Goal........ ......177 179 206 17
Goalie Saves.:...........174 209 152 12
Penalties .................. 52 69 56 1
OPPONENTS
1 2 3 OT
Goals..................16 19 18 0
Shots on Goal ............. 190 228 170 12
Goalie Saves............158 155 184 17
Penalties .................. 61 61 57 0

Totals
65
579
"547
178
Totals
53
600
514
179

Daily Photo
MICHIGAN ICER Joe Milburn carries the puck in a game earlier this
season. Milburn, who sat out for a month due to a shoulder separation,
chalked up a goal and two assists in last Friday night's game at Ferris State.

SPOR TS OF THE DAILY:
Monday Jan18
7:30 Bird, Celtics fy by Hawks,116-95

BOSTON (AP)- The Boston Celtics
scored 10 straight fourth-quarter points
to break open a close game and, led by
Larry Bird's 28 points, 19 rebounds and
15 assists, posted a 116-95 National
Basketball Association rout of the
Atlanta Hawks last night.
Trailing 89-88, Boston took the lead
for good on a jumper by Robert Parish
with 10:10 left. Gerald Henderson
followed with two free throws, and Bird
hit a long jumper to put Boston ahead
94-89.

KEVIN MCHALE, who scored a
career-high of 28 points in only his
second NBA start, capped the burst
with a dunk and a soft jumper as the
Celtics took a 98-89 lead.
Atlanta closed to 100-95 with 4:53 to go
on two free throws by John Drew, who
scored a season-high 35 points. But the
Celtics locked up the game by scoring
the last 16 points.
Atlanta was outscored 32-11 in the
fourth quarter, which began with the
game tied 84-84.
The Hawks led 60-59 at half-time, and
neither team went on top by more than
three points in the second half until
Boston's 10-point spurt.
Bucks 111, 76ers 107
PHILADELPHIA (AP)- Sidney

Moncrief's 15-foot jump shot with 17
seconds left carried the Milwaukee
Bucks to a 111-107 victory over the
Philadelphiia 76ers last night in the
National Basketball Association.
Moncrief scored a game-high 26 poin-
ts as the Bucks won their ninth straight
road game.

SCORES
College Basketball
N. Illinois 60, W. Michigan 59
Syracuse 71, Providence 66
Louisville 76, S. Alabama 68
Bowling Green 75, Kent St. 72
Ohio U. 69, Toledo 67
NBA
Boston 116, Atlanta 95
Milwaukee ill, Philadelphia 107

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Washington6, Edmonton 6

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