The Michigan Daily
cers host Buckeyes
Friday, November 19, 1982
Michigan Hockey Statistics
By MIKE MCGRAW
When the Michigan football team
travels to Columbus tomorrow to take
on: Ohio State, it doesn't have to win
because it has already wrapped up the
Big Ten championship. But is is just
eopposite for the Michigan hockey
mn which hosts the Buckeyes tonight
and tomorrow night at Yost Ice Arena.
The icers find themselves at the bot-
tom of the Central Collegiate Hockey
Association standings with a 1-7 mark
and if they don't get on track soon, they
could find themselves in a hole that
would be tough to get out of.
THE BUCKEYES have gotten off to a
somewhat better start than some CCHA
observers had expected with a 4-3-1
cord, including two wins over peren-
nial conference powerhouse Michigan
Tech. But head coach Jerry Welsh is
used to the lack of respect that his team
"We've been in this conference a long
time and in past years finished second
several times in a row when we were
pickef for fifth and sixth place," said
Welsh. "So I'm used to this."
WELSH HAS learned from his own
experience and as a result refused to
take the 1-7 Michigan team lightly.
"None of our players expect to have
easy games this weekend at all," said
Welsh. "Michigan is definitely not a 1-7
team, they've played a very tough
Ohio State will feature high scoring
forwards Dave Kobryn (3 goals, 15
assists) and captain Paul Pooley (9,8).
Pooley and Kobryn will team up with
junior Andy Browne to form one of
OSU's lines. But Welsh says his line of
Kevin Burden, Ottawa, Ont. native
Gord Rivington, and senior Don Stolt-
zner is performing the best right now.
The Buckeye defense is led by senior
Mike Farley of South Bend, Ind. and
Jamies Macoun (10 assists) with John
Dougan in the nets. Dougan was CCHA
player-of-the-week earlier this year
when the Buckeyes swept Michigan
Tech with bougan getting a 3-0 shutout
in the process.
THERE IS no question that this
weekend's games are very important
for Michigan, as it currently is in a six
game losing streak. All of those losses
have come at the hands of the top three
teams in conference - Bowling Green,
Michigan State, and Michigan Tech.
Only one of those games has been at
home. And next week it gets no easier
as Northern Michigan, which twice
defeated MSU on the road last week,
comes into Yost over Thanksgiving
The Wolverines will be without the
services of defenseman Dave McIn-
tyre, who was injured this week. But
other than that Michigan coach John
Giordano plans no changes for the
The Michigan-Ohio State hockey
games tonight and tomorrow night
at Yost Ice Arena begin at 7:30.
Tickets will be available at the door
and at the Athletic Ticket Office on
the corner of State and Hoover. Both
games will be broadcast on WJJX-
AM (650) radio.
C. Seychel, LW ......
T. Speers, C.........
S. Tippett, LW .......
3. Milburn, C .
J. McCauley, RW ..
D. Krussman, LW ...
P. Goff, D .........
T. Stiles, C ..........
F. Downing, RW.
M. Neff. D..........
T. Carlile: D.........
K. McCrimmon, RW.
J. DeMartino, D .....
S. Yoxheimer, RW ...
D. McIntrye, D......
J. Mans, LW.........
J. Grade. LW.
B. Brauer, D........
GOALIE GP GA Avg. Sav
Chiamp.............. 5 17 4.92 86
Elliott................ 7 64 6.40 314
-- G soals................
150 75/150 Shots on Goal.......
95/198 Goalie Saved ........
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Ohio State forward Dave Kobryn will try to add to his three goals and 15
assists when the Buckeyes come to Yost Arena for two games this weekend.
PONTIAC (AP) - The Detroit Lions,
putting their labor militancy behind
them, went through a spirited practice
at the Silverdome yesterday afternoon -
one day later than most of the other
National Football League teams.
Because the Lions voted not to report
for practice as a sign of protest Wed-
Oesday, the first day after a tentative
agreement was reached between -the
players union and the NFL owners,
Coach Monte Clark scheduled another
practice for his players last night.
The Lions are scheduled to play the
Bears in Chicago on Sunday, then host
the New York Giants on Thanskgiving
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