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The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 23, 1984 - Page 11
Fourth Annual DAILY Hockey Poll

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_ By JIM DAVIS
NCE AGAIN the Central Collegiate Hockey
froAssociation coaches have taken a time-out
from practice and recruiting to cast their votes
in the Daily CCHA hockey poll. All eleven teams
returned ballots in the poll.
The CCHA will be proudly represented by
regular-season champ Bowling Green and
tournament victor Michigan State in the Final
Four of college hockey at Lake Placid this
weekend. Members of these two teams captured
or shared honors in nine categories in the poll.
For the first time, the Wolverines did not win in
any category, somewhat indicative of the
disappointing season for Michigan fans.
Best Playmaker
Smartest player
Best on Face-offs
PAUL POOLEY
Ohio State
The nation's leading scorer finished the
regular season with 32 goals and 63 assists, and
since has tied the overall CCHA scoring record
for a single season. The Buckeye captain from
Ontario also shared hardest worker honors with
Kelly Miller of Michigan State, and received
votes in seven of 12 categories he was eligible
for.
Best Stickhandler
JOHN SAMANSKI
Bowling Green

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during the Falcons' regular season. The senior
moved up to eighth place on BG's all-time
scoring honor roll with over 160 career points.
Best Skater
BILL TERRY,
DAN KANE
Michigan Tech, Bowling Green
Terry, one of the most decorated players in
Daily poll history, and Kane each received four
votes from the league coaches. The Tech
forward has won the Daily award in each of two
previous seasons, and last year took
stickhandler honors. Kane, a junior, was named
a first-team CCHA selection by the coaches.
Most Colorful
Most Accurate Shot
DAN DORIAN
Western Michigan
Of all the overwhelming surprises of the CCHA
season, Dorian was probably the biggest on
offense. The sophomore right winger poured into
opposing nets a league-high 41 goals (along with
50 assists), and established a phenomenal record
by scoring in 44 consecutive contests over two
seasons. The streak was broken in the CCHA
finals against MSU. Like Pooley, Dorian
received votes in seven of 12 categories.
Most Underrated
KELLY MILLER
Michigan State
The junior from Lansing, a ninth-round
selection of the New York Rangers in the 1982
NHL draft, is considered one of the top all-
around players in the league. He finished the
regular season with 27 goals and is one of the
main reasons the Spartans are playing in the
college hockey championships this weekend.
Hardest Worker
PAUL POOLEY
KELLY MILLER
Ohio State, Michigan State
Nine different players received recognition in
this category, with Pooley and Miller each

receiving two votes. Both served as captains
with their respective teams this season. Miller
was named on at least one ballot in five
categories. Pooley now holds the CCHArall-time
assist record, and tied Brian Hills record of 270
career points.
Best Penalty Killer
TOM ANASTOS
Michigan State
The junior right wing is one of the best
defensive players in the league. Aided by his 6-3,
190 frame, Anastos was able to score 22 goals,
including 7 shorthanded goals to tie for the
league lead. The Spartans scored at least one
shorthanded goal in 17 of the 19 series this
season. Four other Spartans received one vote in
this category.
Best Defensive
Defenseman
DAVE ELLETT,
WAYNE WILSON
Bowling Green
DAN McFALL,
DAVE TAYLOR
Michigan State
These four players, two Spartans and two
Falcons, each received two votes from the
league coaches, proving that excellent defense
does not go unrecognized. Northern's Bill
Schafhauser, Ferris State's Jim File, and Rob
Renner of Miami received one vote each. McFall
was a first-team All-CCHA selection, while the
coaches named Ellett and File to the second
team.
Hardest Shot
JIM FILE
Ferris State
Two years ago File won this award, but it was
snapped up by MSU's Mark Hamway last
season. Now File regains the honor, having been
named on five ballots. File scored 11 goals from
his point position and added 38 assists last
season. The senior is the Bulldog's all-time goal-
scoring blueliner.

Best Rookie
BILL SHIBICKY
Michigan State
Shibicky edged three other players by being
named on three ballots. The freshman forward
from Burnaby, B.C. tallied 16 goals, including
ten on the power play, and 30 assists to highlight
a fine crop of first-year talent for the Spartans.
Best Goalie
NORM FOSTER
Michigan State
Another key Spartan freshman, Foster
registered a 3.03 goals-against-average and .894
save percentage in league play. The Vancouver
native teamed with fellow rookie Bob Essensa to
help MSU fans forget All-American goalie Ron
Scott, now with the New York Rangers.
Coach-of-the-Year
BILL WILKINSON,
JERRY YORK
Western Michigan, Bowling Green
Wilkinson's surprising Broncos finished fifth
in regular season play in the CCHA and
unexpectedlysreached the league finals before
bowing to the Spartans. York led his BG squad
to its third consecutive CCHA title and to the
championship tournament of college hockey, to
be played this weekend. Both coaches received
four votes.

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ALL-CCHA

Goalie
Defense
Defense
Forward
Forward
Forward

MARK CHIAMP, MICHIGAN
Garry Galley, BG
Dan McFall, MSU
Paul Pooley, OSU
Dan Dorian, WMU
Perry Pooley, OSU

ALL-ROOKIE
Norm Foster, MSU
Don McSween, MSU
Wayne Gagne, WMU
Gary Emmons, NMU
Bill Shibicky, MSU
Mike Rucinski, UIC (tie)
Brian Hannon, MTU (tie)

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First Team
John Dougan, OSU
Garry Galley, BG
Dan McFall, MSU.
Paul Pooley, OSU
Dan Dorian, SMU
Dan Kane, BG

Second Team
Norm Foster, MSU
Dave Ellett, BG
Jim File, FSC
Perry Pooley, OSU
Randy Merrifield, FSC
John Samanski, BG

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Most Valuable Player - Paul Pooley, OSU ,
Rookie of the Year - Gary Emmons, NMU

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Player of the year - Paul Pooley, OSU
Rookies of the year - Bill Shibicky, MSU and Gary Emmons, NMU
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4ichigan netminder Mark Chiamp, the Players' Choice as top goaltender in the CCIA, makes a sliding save against
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