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SPObRTS
Friday, November 30, 1984

Hockey
vs. Ohio State
Tonight, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Arena

Tie Michigan Daily

Page 9

'M' LOOKS TO END MIDSEASON BLUES
4wIcers set to battle the Buckeyes

By CHRIS GERBASI
'or a hockey tean that hasn't hit its
stride yet, Ohio State offers a for-
idable test for Michigan this
etend.
The Buckeyes, only 6-7-1 after a
second-place CCHA finish last year
come to town for a two-game series
tonight and tomorrow at Yost Ice
Arena.
;bhIO STATE lost Paul and Perry
Pooley, two of the more celebrated
college scorers in recent years, to

graduation. 'But that loss is not the
primary reason for the Buckeye's slow
start.
Coach Jerry Welsh's team has suf-
fered numerous injuries to key fresh-
men which Welsh believes has preven-
ted OSU from realizing its potential so
far.
"We've had a tremendous number of
injuries," he said. "That's' been a
bigger factor than the missing seniors
from last year. I think people look to
shallowly at most of the teams in the
league and say they're noted for a
couple of things and that's it. I think
we're a lot better than most peolple
think."
WELSH BELIEVES he had a good-
recruiting year but several of those
newcomers have missed action. Defen-
seman Mike Nightengale broke a leg in
the spring and is just now beginning to
skate again. Center Rick Brebant has
appeared in only two games, due to
injuries. Bill Brown, who Welsh called
the team's second or third best forward
in pre-season, broke his- collarbone
early in the year. He may be back in ac-
tion tonight.
. One freshman who has played and
played well is center Darcy Gryba.
Gryba has scored at least one point in
each game and has seven goals and 16
assists for the season.

"He doesn't do a lot of things well, but
he can score goals and that's what we
thought he'd do," said Welsh.
THE BUCKEYES feature a well-
balanced attack, with the scoring
coming from a number of sophomores.
Dave Beaudin 'has 10 goals in 14
games; after scoring 15 all of last year.
Right wing Joe Tracy (7 goals, 12
assists) and left wing Mike Wurst (5
goals, seven assists) are also having
improved seasons.
"These.are players who have never
gotten great ice time," said Welsh.
"They had some ability but just didn't
have the opportunity to play (last
year)."
SENIOR MIKE ROUSSEAU and cap-
tain Mark Shortt head a strong defense
in front of one of the better goaltending
tandems in the league.
Junior Bob Krautsak will get the start
in goal tonight for Ohio State. Krautsak
is 3-5-1 with a 4.15 goals against
Welsh will decide on Saturday who
will start that night's game, but it will
likely be senior John Dougan (3-2, 3.56).
THEY'RE BOTH playing fairly well,"
Welsh said. "They're similar in effec-
tiveness. I'm not looking for a one-
goalie system right now."
The Buckeyes have yet to win both
games of a weekend series. Welsh was
disappointed in his team's performance
against Ferris State (a split) last

weekend and thinks that Michigan is a
better team than its record, 5-9, in-
dicates.
That's small consolation for
Michigan coach Red Berenson,
however. Yesterday Bereson was on a.
recruiting trip to Ontario and he's.
probably wishing for some immediate
help.
SOPHOMORE Brad Jones, the
team's leading scorer' (12-8-20), will
miss several games with an injured
right leg. Jones has been a consistent
performer on an otherwise inconsistent
team.
So far this season, it seems as though
one night the Wolverines will score
plenty of goals but the defense will
break down. The next night, they'll get
a fine defensive effort but have trouble
putting the puck in. the net. Last
weekend against Lake Superior, Beren-
son said penalties played a major role
in a 6-3 loss.
The Wolverines, in particular left
wing Chris Seychel, hope to get un-
tracked against OSU. Seychel, the
team's second-leading scorer (5-11-16),
was benched last Saturday because he
Berenson didn't feel he was giving "110
percent."
Also expected back in the lineup is
defenseman Todd Carlile, who suffered
a head injury last Friday and sat out
the following night.

Daily Photo by MATT PETRIE
Michigan defenseman Todd Carlile lines up a slap shot as Bowling Green's
captain George Roll looks on. Carlile is expected to be back in the Wolverine
lineup after being injured in last Friday's game vs. Lake Superior State.

Jerry Welsh
.. . hoping for a good weekend

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The 1984 All-Big Ten Football Team

UPI
First Team Offense
Receiver-Al Toon, Wiscon-
$in, senior.
Receiver-David Williams,
Illinois, junor.
@ Tackle-Mark Krerowiciz,
Ohio State, senior.
Tackle-Jeff Dellenbach,
Wisconsin, senior.
Center-Kirk Lowdermilk,
Ohio State, senior.
'Guard-Chris Babyar,
Illinois, senior.
-Guard-Jim Lachey, Ohio
State, senior.
Quarterback-Chuck Long,
Iowa, junior.
Back-Keith Byars, Ohio
State, junior.
:Back-Ronnie Harmon,
Iowa, junior.
Back-Thomas Rooks ,
Illinois, junior.
Punter-Tom Tupa, Ohio
State, freshman.
Kicker-Chris White, Illinois,
junior.
First Team Defense
Linemen-Paul Hufford,
Iowa, senior.
Linemen-Keith Cruise, Nor-
thwestern, senior.
Linemen- KEVIN BROOKS,
MICHIGAN, senior
Linemen-George Little,
Iowa, senior.
Linebacker-Pepper John-
son, Ohio State, junior.
Linebacker-Jim Morrissey,
Michigan State, senior.
Linebacker-Larry Station,
Iowa, junior.
Linebacker- MIKE MALLO-
RY, MICHIGAN, senior
Defensive back-Phil
Parker, Michigan State, senior.
Defensive back-Richard
Johnson, Wisonsin, senior.
Defensive back-Mike
Stoope, Iowa, senior.
UPI Second Team
Offense
Guard - DOUG JAMES, senior
Defense
Lineman - AL SINCICH, senior
Linebacker - RODNEY LYLES, senior
Defensive Back - BRAD COCHRAN,
junior

AP

First Team Offense
Receivers - David Williams,
Illinois, junior
Receiver - Al Toon, Wiscon-
sin, senior
Tight end - Cap Boso, Illinois,
senior
Tackle - Jeff Delenbach,
Wisconsin, senior
Tackle - Jim Jurga, Illinois,
junior
Guard - Jim Lachey, Ohio
State, junior
Guard - Chris Babyar, Illinois,
senior
Center - Kirk Lowdermilk,
Ohio State, junior
Running back - Keith Byars,
Ohio State, junior
Running back - Ronnie Har-
mon, Iowa, junior
Kicker - Chris White, Illinois,
junior
First Team Defense
Down Lineman- Paul Hufford.
Iowa, senior
Down Lineman -Keith Cruise,
Northwestern, senior
Lineman - George Little, Iowa
senior
Lineman - Darryl Sims,
Wisconsin, senior
Linebacker - Larry Station,
Iowa, junior
Linebacker - Joe Fitzgerald,
Indiana, senior
Linebacker - MIKE
MALLORY, MICHIGAN,
senior
Linebacker - Pepper Johnson,
Ohio State, junior
Defensive Backs - Rod Wood-
son, Purdue, sophomore
Defensive backs - Devon Mit-
chell, Iowa, junior
Defensive Back - Mike Stoops,
Iowa, senior
Punter - Tom Tupa, Ohio.
State, freshman
APSecond Team
Offense
Tight End - SIM NELSON, senior
Guard - DOUG JAMES, senior
Defense
Lineman - KEVIN BROOKS, senior
Lineman - AL SINCICH, senior

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