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SPORTS

The Michigan Daily

Monday, March 3, 1986

Page 7

Blue iced twice by MSU

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EAST LANSING - The play was
surprising. The result was not.
The eighth-place Michigan hockey
team went to Michigan State this
weekend and stayed stride for stride
with the regular-season champion
Spartans for more than four periods.
Michigan State, however, swept. the
best-of-three Central Collegiate
Hockey Association quarterfinal
series, 4-3 Friday and 5-2 Saturday.
THE OPENING game was tight
throughout. Michigan played possibly
its best defensive game of the season,
but it could not beat the Spartan defen-
se or State goalie Norm Foster (33
saves).
Trailing 2-0 in the first period, the
Wolverines scored three times to end
the frame, as Brad McCaughey's
power play goal at 19:06 gave
Michigan its first and only lead of the
series.
Foster then took control of the
game, shutting the Wolverines out in
the final two periods. The Vancouver,
British Columbia native made several
spectacular stops, none better than a
save on Michigan's Brad Jones. The
Wolverine center came down the left
wing on a breakaway late in the
second period, and blasted a slap shot
to Foster's left. The junior goalie
reached behind his back and caught
the puck all in a split second.
"NORMY PLAYED a good game,"
said Michigan State head coach Ron
Mason. "Especially that one big save
on Jones coming down the wing. He
was in great position. Jones shot to the
corner and Normy got his glove right
there and took that one away.
"Jones is a good player - he wasn't
stopping somebody who's an average
player."
Junior Bob Essensa replaced
Foster in the Spartan net Saturday,
°and was just as effective. Essensa
kept Michigan off the scoreboard until
Jones scored at 10:58 of the third
period. By that time, however, the
home team had a 4-0 lead with four
second period goals, and the
Wolverines' 'tenth straight loss was
assured.
"WE PLAYED well last night," said
Michigan coach Red Berenson after
the Saturday game. "A lot of 'ifs'
didn't materialize for us.

"They (the Spartans) got stronger
as the series went on, and they
became much the better team. They
proved that all year, and they proved

it again here."
"I wasn't surprised we won the
series," said Mason, whose Spartans
(23-7-2 conference, 29-7-2 overall) are

after their fifth straight CCHA playoff
championship. "You can't take a
team with a record like theirs (10-22
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Michigan goalie Tim Makris makes a save against Michigan State as Todd Carlile and Mitch Messier (12) look
on Friday night. The Spartans won the game 4-3 and went on to sweep the Wolverines in the CCHA playoffs
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