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Hockey
vs. Western Michigan
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

SPORT S

Women's Basketball
vs. Minnesota
Today, 2:00 p.m.
Crisler Arena

The Michigan Daily Sunday, February 17, 1985 Page 7

Icers stifle Bucks

for playoff bid,

6-4

By TOM KEANEY
Special to the Daily
COLUMBUS - For the first time in
three seasons the Michigan hockey
team will see playoff action.
The Wolverines, completing a sweep
over Ohio State with a 6-4 victory-last
night in Columbus, clinched seventh
place and a CCHA playoff birth.
"HOW DO YOU like that weekend,
huh?" said an elated Ray Dries after
the game. Coach Berenson liked it fine.
"We came in here with our backs to
the wall," said Berenson. "Our defense
was good and we got great goaltending
and that gives the whole team con-
fidence."
Chris Seychel completed his best
series of the season, leading the way
with two goals and two assists.
"I CAME IN here thinking two
games," said Seychel. There was no
way we were going to settle for one."
The first period ended with (surprise)
no goals scored, the first time that has
happened to the Wolverines in almost
two years.

The second period however, was wor-
th the price of admission. The whole
game was played in the second frame,
as the two teams woke up and combined
for eight goals.
"I THOUGHT we outplayed them,"
said Ohio State head coach Jerry
Welsh. "But they came out big in the
second period and put us away."
Todd Carlile got Michigan in to it at
:35 on what looked to be a harmless
wrist shot from the point. But State
defenseman Mile Rousseau deflected
the puck with his glove into the net.
At 3:04 Tom Stiles made the score 2-0.
Mike Neff drove a slap shot wide, but
the puck bounced out to the waiting St.
Paul native, who knocked a trickier on
the ice between Bob Krautsak's legs.
THE BUCKEYES finally fought back
at 6:28 as Mark Anderson found Joe
Tracy open in the slot for their first
goal.
Frank Downing backed into a goal at
9:09, when Seychel bounced a wrist shot
off Downing's leg on a two-on-one
break. But the Buckeyes weren't out
yet.

Ohio State center Darcy Gryba, on a
power play, made the score 3-2. Gryba
brought the puck out from behind the
net and jammed it past Chiamp at the
pipe.
SEYCHEL'S first goal came at 14:15
when the junior deftly knocked the puck
away from Mark Shortt in the Michigan
zone and took off on a breakaway..

Seychel left Krautsak outside the arena
somewhere, deaking him to the right
side.
After a slew of penalties at 16:04, in-
cluding double minors to Neff and
Tracy, the Wolverines went up 5-2.
Dries, on ,a two-on-one with Bill
Brauer faked a slap shot and dished a
cupcake to the defenseman. Brauer

Twice as nice on ice

FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: none.
Penalties: M-May (hooking) 2:23; M-Spring
(roughing) 5:24; OSU-Tillotson (cross-checking)
7:55; M-Dries (cross-checking) 9:18; OSU-Tillot-
son (slashing) 13:19; M-Macnab (high sticking)
16:40.
SECOND PERIOD
scoring: 1. M-Carlile (Seychel, Stiles) 0:35; 2.
M-Stiles (Neff) 3:04; 1. OSU-Tracy (Anderson,
Brebant) 6:28; 3. M-Downing (Seychel, May)
9:09; 2. OSU--Gryba (Mowat) 12:09; 4. M-Seychel
(unassisted) 14:15; 5. M-Brauer (Dries, Nor-
ton) 18:24 3, OSU-Beaudin (Nightengale) 19:57.
Penalties: OSU-Brebant (elbowing) 0:12;
M-Spring (high sticking) 11:32; M-Neff (tripping,
unsportsmanlike conduct) 16:04; M-Chiamp
(roughing, served by Lockwood) 16:04; OSU-Tracy

(roughing and roughing after the whistle) 16:04;
M-P. Goff (roughing after the whistle) 16:04;
- OSU-Beaudin (elbowing) 16:25.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 6. M-Seychel (May, Downing) 2:46; 4.
OSU-Brebant (Beaudin, Erickson) 17:21.
Penalties: M-Neff (roughing after whistle) 7:56;
OSU-Grybas(roughing after whistle) 10:19;
M-Jones (slashing) 11:27; M-Norton (spearing,
game misconduct) 16:35.

only had to stand in the slot and look
good for his first conference goal of the
year.
"RAY MADE the whole play," said
Brauer. "My grandma could have put
that in."
The never ending periods' scoring
came to a close with just three seconds
left, Dave Beaudin accounting for
OSU's third goal on the power play.
In the third period Michigan simply
coasted.
"THEY'D BE at the top of the league
with (Michigan) State if they played
like this all the time," said Welsh.
Seychel made the derriere-kicking
complete with his second goal, blasting
a slap shot from the left slot past Kraut-
sak, who looked worse (if it's possible)
than ever.
In what can only be called inane
refereeing, Jeff Norton, retaliating on a
Rick Brabant hack, was given a major
spearing penalty and a game miscon-
duct. Oddly enough Brebant
"miraculously" got up to score a poser
play goal just 46 seconds later.
One the major, Michigan remained

shorthanded and only the last minute
heroics of the defense, especially Neff
and Brauer, preserved the lead.
The playoff-bound Wolverines are
now 11-18-1 while the Buckeyes fll to 13-
17-2.

1 2
MICHIGAN ......................0 5
Ohio State.....................0 3
SAVES
M-Chiamp 34; OSU-Krautsak 19
Attendance: 1700

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6
4

Se chel
...scores twice

Tumblers trounced by

By SCOTT G. MILLER
The men's gymnastics team's scores have fluctuated
all season, but one aspect of the team's performance
has remained constant. The tumblers have not won a
single meet.
The Wolverines lost last night to Wisconsin 270.25-
256.1 at Crisler Arena. The Badgers posted their
highest away score of the year using most of their
second stringers.
"WE HAVE three meets this weekend," said
Wisconsin coach Mark Pflughoeft. "After beating
Western Michigan, I felt we had to rest our starters to
compete with Michigan State today. I was really
pleased to get some guys who don't perform often
some work and have them perform so well."

Manpower was the key factor in the meet. "It was a
super meet for us considering our lack of depth," said
Michigan coach Bob Darden. "Despite some of our
low scores, it was a definite improvement over last
weeks 243."
The tumblers were without freshman all-arounder
Craig Ehle who sprained his neck in practice, but all-
arounder Nick Lannhier returned to the lineup after
missing last week's meet. "Nick really helped our
score even though he was not one hundred percent,"
said Darden. "He did a heck of a job."
THE WOLVERINE attack was bolstered by the
return of senior Steve Scheinman who quit the team
at the end of last season. "Steve left the team to
reorient some of his priorities," said Darden. "He
has practiced with us and he wanted to show his

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Wisconsin
routines in front of some judges."
Gavin Meyerowitz turned in his usual excellent
performance scoring a season high 55.2 in the all
around, which was good enough for second place
overall. Meyerowitz had team high scores in the floor
exercise, pommel horse, and parallel bars. "Gavin's
performance was consistent across the board,"
commented Darden.
The tumblers floor exercise and vaulting specialist,
Scott Moore, performed well. Moore won the vault
with a 9.45 and placed third in the floor exercise with
a 9.2.
AlI-arounder Mitch Rose came in second place with
a 54.34. His 9.6 on the rings took first place in that
event.

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Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Michigan freshman Ken Haller displays his form on the pommel horse
in last night's meet with Wisconsin. The Newtonville, Massachusetts na-
tive is one of eight freshmen on the Wolverine squad.

'Wingas burn
v.Black Hawks
DETROIT (UPI) - Dwight Foster
and Claude Loiselle each scored two
goals yesteray to lead the Detroit Red
Wings to a 7-4 victory over the Chicago
Black Hawks.
The loss ended a four-game winning
streak for Chicago.
The game was only 11 seconds old
when Foster gave Detroit a 1-0 lead on a
r shot that deflected off Chicago defen-
sman Doug Wilson. Chicago's Steve
Ludzik tied the score 14 seconds later
but Detroit answered with four straight
goals.

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