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January 23, 1983 - Image 7

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Sunday, January 23, 1983

The Michigan Daily

Page 7

Miami dumps Blue on ice;
Wolverines stopped, 5-3

Special to the Daily
OXFORD, Ohio - The playoff hops of the Michigan hockey
team were dealt a setback last night as the Wolverines were
dumped for the second straight night by Miami (Ohio), 5-3.
the game was tied heading into the third period but Miami
scored quickly and capped it off with an open-net goal that
iced the game.'
"I THOUGHT it was a pretty even game, we played pretty
tough," Michigan coach John Giordano said. "They just got
one more goal.
"Neff's penalty (which led to Miami's
third, goal) was a bad call - I bet is was
the difference in the game. The referee
was really marginal."
Four minutes into the final stanza, Rick
Kuraly took a pass from behind the net
from Dave Wheeldon and lofted it into
the far corner of the goal, giving Miami
a lead that would hold up for the Kuralv
remainder of the game.
..nptR two
THE REDSKINS had tremendous scoring opportunities in
the first period, as they rung the post three times, but
higan skated off with a two-goal advantage.
At 10:44 of the period, with Miami's Steve Morris in the
penalty box, Patt Goff took a hard shot from the left side.
Goalie Alan Chevrier stopped the puck with his pad, but Ray
Duaes poked it away and Chris Seychel was there to nudge the
puck into the net for an easy goal.
Later in the period, two Redskins were sent to the penalty
box and the Wolverines used the advantage to increase their
lead. Dries, right in front of the net, tipped in a shot from
Todd Carlile from the blue line.
MICHIGAN, HOWEVER, failed to take the advantage fur-
ther as Miami, still playing shorthanded, got on the board
when Dave Corrigan collected a clearing pass from Mike
1kirwin, skated in all alone, and put the puck over goalie
Mark Chiamp's shoulder.

Miami carried its momentum into the second period and
took the lead. Just after a Michigan penalty, Wheeldon
knocked a bouncing puck high into the net after Chiamp had
made saves on Joe Block's shot from the point and Dave Mc-
Clintock's rebound attempt.
The 'Skins had tied the score earlier when Kuraly beat the
Michigan defense to the puck after a face-off and hit Morris
in the center, who put it just past Chiamp's reaching arms.
THE WOLVERINES kept pressure on Miami but missed a
golden opportunity with 5:33 left in the second when they
were awarded a penalty shot. However, Tom Stiles fanned on
the penalty attempt.
But Ted Speers got the equalizer just over a minute later as
he fired one past Chevrier after taking Jim McCauley's pass
from behind the net.
The Redskins got their first sweep of the season in Miami
Ice Arena, but it was a gamble by Miami coach Steve Cady
that made the difference.
"We took a chance, four of our players were injured. If we
were on the road, we couldn't have taken them, but we
thought we would suit them up for one night," said Cady.
Scoring: 1. M-Seychel (Dries, Goff) 10:44. 2. M-Dries (Carlile, Speers) 16:32.
1. Miami-Corrigan (Kirw in) 17:40.
Penalties: Miami-Morris (slashing) 9:51. M-Spring (boarding) 11:35, Miami
Ciotti (cross-checking) 14:34. Miami-McMillin (roughing) 16:06. Miami-M-
cMillin (charging) 19:42.
Scoring: 2. Miami-Morris (Kuraly, Wheeldon) 9:20. 3. Miami-Wheeldon
(McClintock, Block) 13:39. 3. M-Speers (McCauley, Tippett) 15:45.
Penalities: M-Neff (high-sticking) 11:37. M-Carlile (roughing) 18:05.
Scoring: 4. Miami-Kuraly (Wheeldon, Renner) 3:53. 5. Miami-Kuraly
(Morris) 18:59.
Penalties: M-Kobylarz (high-sticking) 5:07. Miami-Cozzi (checking from
behind) 6:11. SAVES

Miami-Chevrier ............................... 12
M-Chiamp ................................... 11

6 7 25
16 10 37

Records set at Michigan Relays

It was an evening for records last
night at the Michigan Relays.
Two Track and Tennis Building
records were smashed and a masters
world record was set in the mile run.
BRIAN. DIEMER and Gerard
Donakowski finished" one-two in the
two-mile run, eclipsing the fieldhouse
record in that event with ease and
qualifying both for the NCAA Indoor
Championships. After the race,
Diemer emphasized the importance of
using Donakowski as a means to im-
prove his time.
"Gerard and I wanted to work it
together and qualify for the nationals,"
Diemer remarked.
The other fieldhouse standard set was
the 300-yard dash mark, broken by
Kevin Jones of Northwood in 30.38
Bill Stewart, a health education
teacher at Wayne St., broke the
} Masters mile mark with a time of
4:11.0. The 40-year-old Stewart, just
eligible for the Masters division, bested
the 22-year-old mark by over eight sec-
Michigan freshman Todd Steverson
took the 440-yard dash in 40.45 seconds.
Derek Harper captured the long jump
with a leap of 25'2%", and Michigan
frosh hurdler Derek Stinson won the 60-
yard high-hurdles, edging out team-
mate Thomas Wilcher. Johnny Nielsen
' led a trio of Wolverines to a 1-2-3 finish
in the shot put with a 56'71" effort.
B-ruin s
Wings, 3=1
,Special to the Daily
A- DETROIT - There were no surprises
fast night at Joe Louis Arena. The
lackluster Red Wings fell to the hard-
hitting Boston Bruins, 3-1, before the
rargest crowd of the year at Joe Louis.
petroit out-shot the Bruins 30-23, but
could only turn on the red light once due
to impressive goaltending by Boston's
Marco Daron. Boston scored all three of
its goals in the second period to put
away the Red Wings. The lone Detroit
goal by Stan Weir came with only 1:26

Daily Photo by JEFF SCHRIER
With a look of determination, Wolverine trackster Dave Hall clears a hurdle
during the second leg of the 240-yard shuttle hurdle relay. Michigan went on
to finish second in the event during yesterday's Michigan Relays.
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