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Hockey
vs. Bowling Green
Saturday, 7:35 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

SPORTS

Wrestling
vs. Notre Dame and Clarion St.
Saturday, 1 P.m.
Moved to CCRB

hm Michigan Daily Friday, January 10, 1986 Page 7

M' to t
By SCOTT G. MILLER
Bowling Green will be out to bowl
over the Michigan hockey team and to
,continue its eight-game Central
Collegiate Hockey Association win-
ing streak in this weekend's home
and away series.
Tonight's contest will be at Bowling
Green Ice Arena, and tomorrow's
game will be at Yost Arena. Both
games start at 7:30.
.THE FALCONS are much improved
ffm the team that split with the
Wolverines earlier in the season.
Bowling Green's 19-5 record (17-3 in
the CCHA) puts the team in first place
n the CCHA and in the nation.
ichigan coach Red Berenson has
nothing but respect for the Falcons'
poll position.
"I know what type of competition
Bowling Green faces each week,"
commented the Wolverines' mentor.
"There are no soft touches in this
league .even though Miami of Ohio's
record is not strong."
Despite his team's impressive
record, Falcon coach Jerry York is
not taking the Wolverines lightly. "On
paper Michigan has beaten Michigan
State and ourselves. That in itself

ry to ground high flying Falcons

Berenson. "But I don't think his ab-
sence is an excuse (for a poor perfor-
mance) because one player should not
have to carry the team, not a
sophomore. We have some strong
players on this team that are going to
have to pick up the slack."
Junior Brad Jones will have to
shoulder the scoring burden. The cen-
ter leads the Wolverines in scoring
with 47 points (18-29-47). Jones is one
point away from equalling his 1984-85
total of 48 points (21-27-48), which he
collected in 34 games. This season he
has played in 22 games.
THE PRESENCE of Bowling Green
goalie Gary Kruzich should make
Jones' task more difficult. Kruzich
didn't play in the two teams' earlier
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meetings because he tripped over a
blanket, fell down a flight of stairs,
and broke his hand. The junior net-
minder is anything but uncoordinated
in goal.
Kruzich was named CCHA Player-
of-the-Week for his 62-save perfor-
mance last weekend in Bowling
Green's sweep of Lake Superior. His
3.22 goals against average is second in

the CCHA and he has yielded only 18
goals in his last nine games.
"Kruzich is one of the best goalies in
the country. He is a game breaker,"
said York. "When you talk about our
team you have to start with the
goalie."
As expected of a first place team the
Falcons have more than just great

play in the net. Surprisingly, the
Falcons skate only one senior. "We
have a heck of a senior in Jamie Wan-

sbrough," said York. The center leads
the CCHA in scoring with 43 points
(17-26-42).

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MICHIGAN won't be that strong a
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