The Michigan Daily
Monday, November 4, 1935
'M'icers drop pair
By ADAM OCHLIS
If nothing else, this weekend's hockey series between
Michigan and Team Canada proved that while the
Wolverines can skate and play with the best teams, they
need more intensity throughout the game to beat the best.
The Wolverines did not even show up for the first period
of Friday's contest, but for the next five periods
Michigan played the Canadians even. A Newell Brown goal
in overtime was the only difference in Saturday's game as
Canada took an exciting and well-played 6-5 victory after
they defeated the listless Wolverines, 8-2, Friday.
IT WAS TRULY the 'What a difference a night makes'
Friday's first period was simply a disaster for the
Wolverines. Canada reeled off six unanswered goals, in-
cluding a shorthanded goal that opened the scoring and
three ensuing power play goals, as Michigan stood aroun-
d admiring how well the Canadians could skate.
The players and coaches agreed it was not Team
Canada that got the Wolverines behind, but rather
"The team was just too tentative," said sophomore for-
ward Billy Powers, who scored one of Michigan's lone two
goals Friday. "I think some of us, especially the new guys
were just intimidated by Team Canada, just their name."
MICHIGAN head coach Red Berenson was obviously
not pleased with his team's effort in the opening stanza.
"We didn't play well in the first period," he said. "We
waited to see what they were going to do and we stood
around and watched them.'
The game was all but over after 20 minutes, but the
Wolverines came out in the second and third period and
played inspired hockey which would carry over to Satur-
BERENSON used the final two periods to experiment
with his lines, and he even put freshman goalie Mike Rossi
in net for his first collegiate action at the start of the third
period. Rossi, who played well in only allowing one goal,
relieved Tim Makris who played better than his 9.0 goals
against average would indicate.
"We approached the second period with the idea that we
wanted to win the second period, and then we wanted to
win the third period," said Berenson.
The two periods were an obvious confidence booster for
the Wolverines going into Saturday's game.
"WE KNOW we can skate with them," said Dan
Capuano after Friday's contest. "We were kind of hesitant
in the first period. I think everyone thought The
Canadians (wow!). Hey, they dress the same way we
In Saturday's game, Michigan came out ready to play,
and opened the scoring with a Jeff Norton slap shot that
beat Canada goalie John Kemp after deflecting off a
Canadian player's skate. Don McLaren and Michigan's
Brad McCaughey exchanged goals in the middle of the
period, and the Wolverines went into the locker room with
a 2-1 lead at the end of the first.
Michigan kept up its intensity during the second period,
as the two teams engaged in wide open hockey.
The Wolverines extended their lead as Jeff Urban and
Todd Brost offset a Trent Yawney tally for Canada.
Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON
Sophomore Wolverine goalie Tim Makris makes a sliding save on Mike Millar of the Canadian National Team
during the second period of Friday night's game. Team Canada defeated Michigan, 8-2, Friday and 6-5, Satur-
day at Yost Ice Arena.
No miracle this time
BERENSON WAS pleased by his team's play in the first
"I thought we got off to a good start," said Michigan's
second-year head coach. "We took them off their game a
little bit. We were more confident with the puck."
In the third period, the Wolverines reverted to their
cautious ways, being outshot 13-4 in the period. Canada
came out storming, as Mike Millar took a bouncing puck
in front of Michigan's goal and whacked it past a helpless
Lindgren at 0:20 of the period.
FIFTEEN SECONDS later, Michigan forward Tom
Stiles took a pass from Todd Carlile and scored to give
Michigan a reasonably comfortable 5-3 lead.
But Team Canada, who according to their coach, Dave
King, is expected to beat teams like Michigan, did not get
down. Goals by Cliff Ronning at 8:40 and Peter Douris at
14:00 tied the score at five.
Douris' score came while Michigan was on the power
play, a facet of the game that hurt the Wolverines all
weekend, as they could net only one goal in eleven map-
advantage situations. Canada, on the other haId,
capitalized on five of their eight power play opportunities.
In overtime, both teams had excellent opportunities to
win, but in the end it was Brown (an MSU graduate) at
2:40, who rebounded a McLaren shot and poked it in for
Still, Michigan proved it can play with anyone.
"That's about as good as we can play against that team
right now," Berenson said. "We're doing the things we
have to do to play well against any team.
(Saturday's game statistics)
Scoring: 1. M-Norton (Macnab, O'Connor)
3:11; 1. TC-McLaren (Felix, Ronning) 10:25; 2.
M-McCaughey (Seychel) 13:03.
Penalties: M-Cusack (high sticking) 4:24; TC
TC-Douris (high sticking) 5:08; M-Seychel
(holding) 9:14; M-Carlile (holding) 12:40;
TC-Greenlaw (high sticking) 12:40; TC-Millar
(roughing) 17:37; M-Seychel(roughing) 17:37.
Scoring: 3. M-Urban (Seychel, McCaughey)
12:00; 2. TC-Yawney (Millar, McLaren) 16:34;
4. M-Brost (Stiles, Norton) 18:54.
Penalties: TC-Greenlaw (roughing) 17:34;
M-Downing (roughing) 17:34.
Scoring: 3. TC-Millar (McLaren) 0:20: 5.
M-Stiles (Carlile) 0:35; Ronning (McLaren,
Millar) 8:41; 5. TC-Douris (Brown) 14:20.
Penalties: M-Macnab (hooking) 8:50;
TC-Joeseph (holding) 13:24.
Scoring: 6. TC-Brown (McLaren) 2:40.
SCORING BY PERIODS
1 2 3 OT
Canada 1 1 3 1
Michigan 2 2 1 0
TC-Kemip 19; M-Lindgren 42.
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