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Wrestling
vs. Iowa State
Today, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS

Gymnastics
vs. Kent State and MSU
Sunday, 1:00 p.m.
Crisler Arena

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The Michigan Daily Friday, February 8, 1985
'M' icers look to freeze Lakers

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By TOM KEANEY
Whereinthehell is Sault Ste. Marie?
Here's a hint: it is in Michigan. Barely.
Regardless, Michigan's hockey team
will be making a trip to the upper
peninsula this weekend to square off
against Lake Superior State College
tonight and tomorrow night.

THE LAKERS (wonder how they
ever thought of that nickname) are
resting quite comfortably in second place
in the CCHA, thank you, boasting an
impressive 19-13 (18-10) conference
record. Equally as intimidating from
Michigan's standpoint, Lake Superior
cracked the WMPL national top ten list

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anc i currently reside in eighth place.
Ii npressed? No? Consider this: Lake
Suip erior has an enrollment of 2,500, or
a bout one-twentieth the size of
Mi .higan's. If every student at the
sch ool went to a home hockey game, the
are !na would still be shy of a sellout by
about 700. The students at Ohio State
cot ild fill their arena 31 times.
1D Most people haven't heard of the
school let alone its hockey program, yet
here the Lakers are with three weeks
lef t in the season, sitting second only to
mi ghty Michigan State.
'WE'RE NOT Michigan State, we're
La ke Superior," said head coach Frank
An zalone, now in his third year with the
La kers. "They can beat us on any
gig en night. We know that."
,Anzalone shouldn't sell himself short.
He ! has accomplished the seemingly
im possible with a student body about
thv3 size of South Quad and Markley put
to;ether.
Just as a comparison, Michigan,
wl iich offers one of the richest college
ho >ckey traditions and best educations
in the country is nowhere near the top
te n. At 11-20-1 (9-16-1), the Wolverines
ai e excruciatingly mediocre.
OF COURSE, it would be unfair not to
point out that under new head coach
R ed Berenson, Michigan is the
dE afinition of a rebuilding team, and a

focus on the Wolverines is not intended.
The big question, rather, is how does
a school with the size, stature and
location of Lake Superior build a major
college program? Superior recruiting
(no pun intended).
"First of all, we can't beat Michigan
State out (in recruiting), that's said and
done," said Anzalone. "But after
Michigan State and Wisconsin and
maybe North Dakota, we feel very
capable of competing with every
school.
"WE WON'T get any great star of
North America, but we're getting that
25th through 30th best kid now, and
that's going to make you a good
program. Michigan State gets the top
ten kids."
Anzalone is not particularly an ac-
complished tactician. A 1978 Buffalo
graduate, this is his first college
coaching assignment. But obviously his
warm, personable manner has gained
him credence as a top recruiter of
hockey talent, talent which should keep
the Wolverines' hands full this
weekend.
"I'm expecting them (the
Wolverines) to be hungry," said An-
zalone. "It's very important for their
egos to make the playoffs. It's impor-
tant for Red Berenson to have
something to recruit with."

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Doily Photo by DAN HABIB
Wolverine center Brad Jones casts a menacing glance at Michigan State's'
Gord Flegel during action two weeks ago at Yost Arena.

HOCKEY STATS
G A Pts P/M Paul Spring, LW.........
B rad Jones, C ............. 19 20 39 23/54 Bill Brauer, D .............
T om Stiles, LW ............ 14 25 39 28/59 Mike Neff, D ...............
C hris Seychel, LW ......... 8 18 26 23/54 Pat Goff, D ................
F rank Downing, RW ....... 7 17 24 6/12 Dan Goff, C ..............
J ohn Bjorkman, C..........9 14 23 20/40 Paul Rossi, C............
l 3rad McCaughey, RW .... 11 11 22 21/43 Doug May, LW..........
J eff Norton, D..............7 13 20 37/88 Greg Hudas, D...........
F tay Dries, C ............... 5 15 20 13/26 Sean Baker, LW ...........
J:1aul Kobylarz, RW.........11 8 19 12/24 Gary Lorden, D..........
Iliruce Macnab, LW........ 7 12 19 11/22 Mark Chiamp, G........
Joe Lockwood, RW ........ 4 9 13 17/42 Tim O'Connor. C........
[Todd Carlile, D.............4 8 12 24/56 Tim Makris, G...........
BJon Elliott, G...........
Arnold Morrison, D .
>" 1 ___ 7 't ' M' Bench ..............

THAT STRUGGLE for the playoffs is
a very tight one. Three schools,
Michigan (19 pts.), Miami (18) and
Ferris State (17), are fighting for two
playoff positions. So even though the
Wolverines dropped two games to the
Lakers at Yost earlier this season, the
push for the playoffs could bring out an
extra effort on the part of Michigan.
"I'm expecting a team that needs
some points," said Anzalone, "that will
make them a better team right off the

bat."
"Laker killer" Mark Chiamp wiU
have his goaltending work cut out f0'
him against an offense that averages
4.66 goals per game. Chiamp has
always been tough against Lake
Superior.
If the Wolverines can gain a victory
or two, they can bask in the knowledge
that they beat the smallest school in the
league-sort of like a football play
beating up his little sister.

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Red Wings tie Blues

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in overtime, 5-5

MICHIGAN.............126 215 341 329/709
OPPONENTS ............ 170 279 449 318/667
GOALTENDING STATISTICS
(Record) Min. GA AvgSav Pct
Jon Elliott (14-0)...... 301:43 23 4.58 130 .850
Mark Chiamp (7-10-1) 1111:17 89 4.81 523 .855
Tim Makris (3.6-0)... 530:38 57 6.45 274 .A2
MICHIGAN (11-20-1) ... 1945:50 170*5.24 927 .845
OPPONENTS (20.-11). 1945:50 126 3.89 896 .877

(*includes One Empty Net Goal)

By JIM GINDIN
Special to the Daily
DETROIT - For 25 minutes it played
like champions but the Detroit defense
betrayed the team the rest of the game
as the Red Wings struggled to a 5-5 tie
with the St. Louis Blues last night at Joe
Louis Arena.
Down 2-0, John Ogrodonick scored his
34th goal of the season with five-and-a-
half minutes left in the first period on a
power play. Teammate Steve Yzerman
slid into St. Louis goalie Rick Wamsley
while passing Ogrodinick the puck,
starting the Wings' rush.
DETROIT TIED the score one
minute later as captain Danny Gare
stuffed the puck past Wamsley assisted
by Randy Ladouceur.
After St. Louis regianed the lead, the
Red Wings' Claude Loiselle notched his
fourth goal since joining the NHL two
weeks ago on a shot from behind the net

which hit the skate of Blues' defen-
seman Gil Delorme and slid just over
the goal line to tie the score at three.
Dwight Foster tallied two minutes
later on a penalty shot and Kelly Ksio
added a pwer play goal with 3:08 leftin
the second period. Detroit led 5-3 as toe
priod ended.
ST. LOUIS dominated the third
period, outshooting the Wings 17-14.
Craig Levie scored with 10 minutes,
remaining on a pass from Jorgen Pet-
tersson.

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Doug Wickenheiser tied the game
with 5:38 left in regulation on a
breakaway off a faceoff. He scored the
shorthanded goal with Reed Larson
hanging on top of him for the last 40 feet
to the goal.
The Blues opened the scoring in tie
first period with two goals from Greg
Paslawski, one on a power play.

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