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Hockey
Blue-White Intrasquad Scrimmage
Tonight, 7:30
Yost Ice Arena

SPORTS

Men's Basketball
Season Ticket Applications
Today, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Athletic Ticket Office

The Michigan Doily

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Friday, October 3, 1986
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recruits

By DARREN JASEY
Excited fans will tell you the
1986-87 Michigan hockey season
opens tonight at Yost Ice Arena.
Well, not quite. The season
actually starts next Friday night
at Yost when pre-season Central
Collegiate Hockey Association
favorite Bowling Green comes to
town.
IT'S EASY to get excited
because tonight's, annual Blue-

White intrasquad scrimmage
will be the first action for a
highly-touted recruiting class. As
a result, some of the Wolverines
will be looking to get acquainted
with each other.
"I think you'll see players that
are for the most part anxious to get
out in a game," said third-year
head coach Red Berenson, who
nabbed four of his 11 freshmen
from the Calgary, Alberta area.

The coach believes that the
newcomers will improve a team
that lost six seniors.
"I've been frustrated that we
didn't do better last year," said
Berenson. "I think we played
better than our record showed,
(but) when a team loses so long
they get used to losing, and I think
some of the players that were, for
example, seniors in the last two
years never played on a .500 team,
and I don't know if they really
expected to.
"I THINK we are at the
turning point where we are going
to change all that this year. There
will be better expectations from
our players and from myself. .
.we're expecting to win."
Berenson, who coached the
team through a week of practice in
foggy Yost Arena, is hoping to get
a clear view of both the newcomers
and veterans tonight.
"How we fit those freshmen
into the lines is important because
they are all new to everyone," said
Berenson, whose squad was 12-26
last season. "(We need) the kids
to fit in with the veteran players,
and for them to realize what they
can do to help the team, and for the
team to play like a team and not
like a bunch of individuals."
THE SCRIMMAGE is
considered significant by the
players and the coaches. The
Wolverines have not played in
any exhibitions and Berenson
feels that his young Wolverine
squad needs a real game
workout.
"I think practices are very
productive, but on the other hand
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the games tell you more about
your personnel," said Berenson,
emphasizing the importance of
tonight's game. "Some kids play
better in a game than they do in
practice."
Berenson and his staff will
concentrate more on evaluating
the technical aspects of the team's
play rather than simply deciding
victims of the final cuts.
"I'm more interested in the type

of hockey that we are playing as
far as our smart hockey - how we
are playing without the puck and
how we are playing with the
puck," said the Michigan coach.

"We are going to make mistakes
and we are going to learn from'
them."
The game starts at 7:30 p.m
and admission is $1.

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Daily Photo by PETER ROSS
High-scoring Michigan right wing Brad McCaughey looks for the puck as
a pile up occurs in front of the net last year. The
Wolverines play their annual Blue-White scrimmage tonight at 7:30 at
Yost Ice Arena.
WoolIridge signed by
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(AP) - Free-agent forward
Orlando Woolridge, the Chicago
Bulls' leading scorer last season,
was acquired by the New Jersey
Nets yesterday for several top
draft choices.
The Nets signed the five-year
NBA veteran to an offer sheet
after the Bulls gave up their right
of first refusal in exchange for a
first-round draft choice in 1987
and second-round draft picks in
1988 and 1990.
WOOLRIDGE'S five-year
contract reportedly is worth $4.5
million.
"My number-one concern was
a winning cause,"
saidWoolridge at a news
.conference. "I always thought
this team had a lot of talent, but
felt they were one or two players
,away. My goal is to fit in one of
the spots missing."
Woolridge said he does not
leave Chicago with animosity,
though he was disturbed at
troubles he had with the
"management there last season
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OVER MANAGEMENT
objections, Woolridge sat out two
mid-season games.
In addition, the 6-foot-9
Woolridge said, "For five years,
we had had talented ball clubs but
we didn't get the wins we wanted."
Then there was the money.
"IN LOOKING at what the
other guys (playing small
forward) were making, I felt I
wasn't paid what I should have
been paid.. When you're scoring
20 to 30 points night in, night out, I
felt I should be getting paid what
they were, "he said.
Last season, Woolridge scored
1,448 points. He averaged 20.7
points per game, ranking 19th in
the league.
"We are extremely happy to
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New Jersey Nets," said coach
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