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SPORTS

The Michigan Daily

Sunday, January 16, 1983

Page 7

Icers dump Lakers, 2-

1

By TAM BENTLEY
Special to the Daily
SAULT STE. MARIE - If it hadn't
been for the uniforms, no one would
have recognized last night's Michigan
icers as the same squad that played the
Soo Lakers on Friday night, as tight
checking and outstanding goaltending
keyed Michigan to a hard-fought 2-1 win
over Lake Superior State College.
The first period of action progressed
for just over 17 minutes without either
team scoring. Michigan finally took
charge and netted the first and lone
goal of the period at 17:01.
LAKE SUPERIOR goalie Lawrence
Dyck saved a Wolverine slapshot from
the left face-off circle, but Paul
rKobylarz jumped in to pick up the
rebound. Kobylarz went on to easily slip
the puck into the goal behind Dyck, who
was out of the net at the top of the
crease.
Less than two minutes before the
period ended, the Lakers were dealt an
unfortunatek break regarding a costly
penalty. Chris Dahlquist received a
five-minute major butt-end penalty,
brought about by ramming a Wolverine
opponent with the butt end of his stick.
OThe penalty disqualified the defen-
semen from the game, and teammate
Kevin Moore served the five-minute
term of the infraction. The penalty was
the first major. for the Lakers this year.
The infraction did not aid the

Late Tippett
goal gives
Wolverines
close win
Wolverines though, as the Soo Lakers
were able to fight off the power play.
Lake Superior netted its first goal
5:32 into the second period to tie the
score at 1-1. Captain Steve Mulholland,
on a power play, caught a rebound off of
Michigan goalie Jan Elliott's pads and
was able to sneak the puck into the net
for his 14th goal of the season.
THE LAKERS got justice for
Dahlquist's disqualification as, what
would have been the Wolverines' go-
ahead goal, was called back. Joe
Milburn's apparent goal was ruled to
have been kicked into the net, and
although co-captain Brad Tippett and
coach John Giordano argued the point
adamantly, the goal was not allowed.
The second period of play ended with
the score still tied.
The Wolverines didn't waste any time
coming into the third period and scored

just 42 seconds in, taking a 2-1 lead.
Goalie Dyck was far outside the crease,
trying to sit on a loose puck, but it got
away and Tippett grabbed the puck,
netting it into the empty cage.
The Wolverines were able to hold the
Soo Lakers scoreless for the remaining
19:18 of the game, thus avenging
Friday night's loss with a well-
deserved 2-1 win.
"Tonight's game was tougher than
last night's physically," said Giordano.
"The defense played a little better
tonight, so they're coming along. The
main difference was we won."

Superior Wolverines

FIRST PERIOD
Scoring-1. M-Kobylarz (Grade, Stiles) 17:01.
Penalties-M-Koylarz (elbowing) 6:49. LSSC-
Dahlquist (5 minute minor, game misconduct) 18:16.
SECOND PERIOD
LSS-MULHOLAND (Beauchamp, Keegan) 5:32.
Penalties-M-Carlile (tripping) 3:44.
LSSC-Beauchamp (high-sticking) 14:07.
LSSC-Butler (slashing) 17:54.
Wings
obtain
Boldirev
DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit Red
Wings obtained center Ivan Boldirev
from the Vancouver Canucks for center
Mark Kirton yesterday.
Boldirev, in his 13th National Hockey
League season, is expected to be in
uniform for Detroit when the Red
Wings meet the Black Hawks tonight in
Chicago, Red Wings spokesman Bill
Jamieson said.
Kirton, 24, has been playing with
Detroit's Adirondack farm club of the
American Hockey League since Nov. 8.
BOLDIREV, 33, had five goals and 20
assists in 39 games with Vancouver this
season. In his NHL career, he has had
j 294 goals and 410 assists. A native of
Yugoslavia, he was Boston's third draft
choice in the 1969 amateur draft and
also has played with California.
In 10 games with the Red Wings this
season, Kirton had one goal and one
assist. In 19 games with Adirondack, he
had five goals and nine assists. Kirton
was obtained from Toronto in Decem-
ber 1980.

THIRD PERIOD
Scoring-2.-M-Tippett (Speers, Neff) :42.
Penalties-M-Goff (slashing) 2:44. M-Grade
(holding) 10:11.

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Elliott
...29 saves keys win

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