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The Michigan Daily - Friday, December 6, 1985-- Page 11

Ice rs to tangle with Broncos

END OF CLASSES SHAKEDOWN !
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By ADAM OCHLIS
As the Central Collegiate Hockey
Association's schedule hits the mi-
dway point this weekend, the charac-
ter of Michigan's injury-ridden and
confidence-destroyed club should be
tested as it squares off with the Bron-
cos of Western Michigan in a home-
and-home series starting in
Kalamazoo tonight.
Western currently stands in a tie for
fourth place in the nine-team con-
ference with an 8-6 record, but has
won four straight and six of its last
eight. This is an excellent hockey
team, and (on paper, at least) could
provide the Wolverines with their
toughest competition of the year.
MICHIGAN (5-9) seems to be going
in the other direction, having lost its
last four. Its 0-8- record on the road
speaks for itself, but victories earlier
in the year against Michigan State
and conference leading Bowling
Green show that the potential of the
squad is .unlimited.
Nevertheless, the Wolverines have
to stop with the "we played well
enough to win" defeats and put some
'W's on the board.
"This is a very important series,
said Michigan coach Red Berenson.
"We can't fall any further behind
these teams and we have to get our
confidence back."
THE BRONCOS are an offensive
express, and add to that the fact that
they get decent goaltending night-in,
night-out makes them one of the class
teams in the league.
"We've been pretty consistent all
season," said Bronco coach Bill
Wilkinson, who holds a 7-2 mark
against the Wolverines. "Obviously
we can't win them all, but out of the 16
games we've played so far, we've only
had one bad game (a 5-3 loss to Lake
Superior)."
Leading Western's firepower is
senior all-everything Dan Dorion. The
right wing from Astoria, New York
leads the CCHA in scoring with 17
goals and 20 assists, and just last
weekend became the Broncos' all-time
leading scorer with 226 career points.

In 1984 Dorion was a second team All-
American and last year was an All-
CCHA honorable mention selection af-
ter his 67 point season.
WILKINSON, however does not rely
solely on one player. Right wing
Stuart Burnie (17-12-29), center Troy
Thrun (11-13-24) and freshman center
Ron Hoover (8-13-21), last week's
player-of-the-week, are all dangerous
with the puck. Defensemen also par-
ticipate in the Broncos' wide open of-
fense as Wayne Gagne (2-22-24) and
the league's top scoring blue liner
from a year ago Chris MacDonald (4-
15-19) can also put the puck in the net.
"We know that Western is a good
team with the puck, and they can
score goals," said Berenson. "They
have four or five strong offensive

players and we'll have to be aware of
them.
"'I think we can play with this
team, though," he added, noting that
there has yet to be a team Michigan
can not give a good game to.
IF THE Wolverines are to pull out
one or even a much-needed two vic-
tories this weekend, the team is going
to have to pull together and rally
around itself.
Due to circumstances beyond
Berenson 's control, Michigan will be
operating with only four healthy
defensemen, a group that has
struggled all season long even when
everybody is physically fit. While both
Gary Lorden and Bill Bruaer have
come back slowly from injuries,

Berenson has been forced to move
Sean Baker, normally a fourth line
winger to defense.
Tom Stiles, who returned to action
last week against Ohio State will play
this weekend despite not being at 100
percent.
Even with the matchup looking to
be in favor of the Broncos Wilkinson is
wary of the Wolverines.
"They've always played us tough,"
said the 1983 CCHA coach-of-the-year.
"They're young and a bit inexperien-
ced, but they make up for it with
hustle and determination."
Both games start at 7:30 with
Friday's up at Western's Lawson
Arena and Saturday's back in Ann
Arbor at Yost Ice Arena.

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Daily Photo by SCOTT LITUCHY
Senior captain Frank Downing, shown in recent action against Illinois-Chicago, will help lead the Wolverines
against Western Michigan this weekend.

SPOR TS OF THE DAILY:

*Bo awarded Coach of the

Year FIESTA BOWL

CHICAGO (AP) - Michigan coach
;F Bo Schembechler has been named Big
Ten football Coach of the Year by
Midwest sportswriters and spor-
tscasters.
It marks the fourth time that
- Schembechler has won the award,
established in 1972. Schembechler
won it in 1972, 1976 and 1980.
Schembechler guided Michigan to a
9-1-1 record and a second-place finish
in the Big Ten in a season that did not
find the Wolverines among the
'pation's top 20 teams in the
Associated Press pre-season poll.
The Wolverines, ranked No. 5, will
face Nebraska in the Fiesta Bowl on
New Year's Day.
Hayden Fry of Iowa's Big Ten
champions. finished second. in the
voting and Lou Holtz, who recently
resigned at Minnesota to take the
a Notre Dame coaching job, was third.
Minnesota names coach
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - John Gutekun
st, Minnesota's defensive coordinator
"for the last two years, was named
head football coach of the Gophers
:yesterday.
Gutekunst, 41, succeeds Lou Holtz,
who left Minnesota last week to
replace Gerry Faust as Notre Dame
coach.
-."WE ARE here today beginning a
:new era here in Gopher football,"
Minnesota President Kenneth Keller

said at a news conference introducing
Gutekunst. "It couldn't have been a
better thing for Minnesota."
For days, reports have circulated
that Maryland Coach Bobby Ross was
Minnesota's first choice, since he is a
proven Division I winner while-
Gutekunst has never held a head
coaching job. Yesterday morning,

Ross removed his name from Min-
nesota's consideration when he an-
nounced that he would stay at
Maryland.
"I can say I only made one offer,"
Keller said, "We did find we had the
person right here at the University of
Minnesota."
GUTEKUNST signed a four-year

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