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Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 29, 1984
__ ____GAREdNOTCHES TWO GOALS
Red Wings deadloek 1Habs
DETROIT (AP) - Montreal's Alfie Turcotte and Detroit's Capitals 2, Rangers 1
r~Danny Gare scored two goals each last night as the NEW YORK (AP) - Dave Christian tipped in a long slap
s Canadiens and Red Wings skated to a 3-3 tie in National shot by Rod Langway with 7:44 remaining last night, lifting
Hockey League action. the Washington Capitals to a 2-1 National Hockey League
Goaltenders Steve Penney of Montreal and Detroit's decision over the slumping New York Rangers.
Corrado Micalef blanked their respective opponents over the The victory was the Capitals' third straight and
final 32 minutes. Washington has surrendered only three goals in that span.
The Rangers, meanwhile, have lost seven of their last eiglt
period when Turcotte scored his second goal of the night CHRISTIAN, standing 10 feet to the right of New York
while Detroit was two men short. The Red Wings answered goaltender Glen Hanlon, was in perfect position to deflect
2:03 later on Gare's second of the game to tie it. Langway's shot from the blue line. Washington's other goal
Gare opened the scoring 2:51 into the first period, sliding a came on a similar play in the first period when Bobby Car-
backhander past Penney, but Montreal took a 2-1 lead on penter tipped in a long slap shot by Mike McEwen.
a Mario Tremblay's power-play marker and Turcotte's first of The Rangers' only goal was scored by Peter Sundstromi
the game. 4:43 into the third period. Sundstrom sped down right wing,
Steve Yzerman scored his 10th of the season from a goal- cut in toward the Washington net and took a wrist shot that
S zmouth scramble with 2:10 remaining in the opening period to was stopped by, goalie Pat Riggin.
pull Detroit even. Riggin also blocked Pierre Larouche's backhander on the
Detroit, 0-1-3 in overtime, now owns a 6-12-3 record while rebound, but could not stop another backhander by Sun-
Montreal, 1-0-3 in extra-session games, is 13-5-3. dstrom.
Pistons burn Blazers at home
to end two-game skid, 120-113
PONTIAC (AP) - Guards Vinnie ankle, scored 24 points to lead the Altenberger then led an Illini rally,
Johnson and Isiah Thomas combined visitors, scoring eight of his team's next 14 poin-
for 48 points to lead the Detroit Pistons Chicago State, taking most of its ts and Illinois led 29-16 at 2:41 and 29-21
Associated Press to a 120-113 National Basketball shots from the perimeter, kept the at haltime.
Montreal Canadien right wing Mario Tremblay flips a backhand shot by Red Wing goalie Corrado Micalef in first period Association victory over the Portland game close until midway through the The Cougars closed the Illini lead to
action of last night's game at Joe Louis Arena. Trail Blazers last night. first half. The Cougars led four times four, 34-30, with 15:36 remaining, bt
Portland fought back from a 16-point the last time was 14-13 on a driving never came any closer. The Illini s
deficit in the fourth quarter to pull Iayup by Perry with 11:51 left in the fir- hineest lead was 24 late in the game.
within 118-113 with eight seconds st 20 minutes.
remaining on a jump shot by Kiki Van- M nesoa 6, Connectic 60
1 deWeghe, who led the Trail Blazers MINNEAPOLIS (UPI) - Center
I3 with 29 points. John Shasky scored a layup with 15
C BUT TWO free throws by Johnson, seconds left to lift Minnesota to a 61-60
who led Detroit with 27, put the game nonconference college basketball vic-
G F M , ya ' out of reach. tory last night over Connecticut.
, O dThomas scored 11 of his 21 points in Shasky finished with 16 points while
the third quarter as Detroit hit on 64 senior Tommy Davis had 13 for the
e percent from the floor to extend a six- Gophers, 2-1. It was the Huskies' seasdn
-Gpoint halftime advantage to 92-79 opener.
" heading into the fourth period. TRAILING 45-39 with 13:00 left in the
00Mychal Thompson and five other game, the Gophers ran off a 12-0 spree
*, e Pistons scored in double figures. paced by four points apiece from
S\e Shasky and guards Marc Wilson and
* *0 9v'r C- " ." Illinois 81, Chicago State 63 Gerald Jackson. Back to back jumpes
* \jei . 0 * CHAMPAIGN (UPI) -Fifth-ranked by Connecticut's Time Coles had tied
*.. \ \ 09t0 ,. *** CHAMPAIlinois turned away small but quick the game 55-55 with 4:00 remaining.
9 "-..* 0. Chicago State 81-63 last night. Connecticut held a slight lead through
S *o 0olkn* 0 *"""The0Illininow 4-1,o 14 points a most of the first half, building a 144
0 """10 £e* 1" piece from Doug Altenberger and lead. Minnesota put together a 6-0 run,
S00 *"* " Geroge Montgomery and 11 points fromz\ capped by Shasky's layup with three
N *e c Efrem Winters. minutes left, tied the game at 26-26. The
3.y0" CHICAGO State, playing its first Gophers held a 31-30 lead at halftime.
e """ season as a Division I school, fell to 1-2. Johnson Forward Ray Broxton had 16 points
" " Charles Perry, playing with a twisted ...scores 27 points for the Huskies, who committed 23 tut-
novers, while Eddie Williams had 15.
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