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vs. Iowa
Today, 7:30
IM Building


vs. Minnesota
Tomorrow 7:30
IM Building

The Michigan Daily

Friday, October 17, 1986

Page 10


didn't last

year. It's time to show

their scalps on


_ _

It's showtime in Oxford, Oh.
this weekend. Time for Miami's
second-year head coach Bill Davidge
to showcase his ten prize recruits in
front of the home folks at Goggin
Ice Arena.
Sound familiar, doesn't it?
LAST FRIDAY night it was
Michigan's head man Red Berenson
showing off ten young talents of
his own in front of a friendly home
crowd at Yost Ice Arena. Now
Berenson's troops will merely serve
,as a measuring stick for the
Redskin faithful when judging their
"We want to do well in front of
,our home crowd," said Davidge.
"It's the home opener and we want
to get off to a good start where we

"Michigan's recruiting class is
one of the best in the country. I
guess we'll find out how good ours
is in the game."
Redskins share 1-1 records after
splitting a pair with top-notch
CCHA opponents in last weekend's
openers. The Redskins earned their
record on the road at Western
Michigan, while Michigan needed a
home win to offset its road loss at
Bowling Green.
With the splits, both Michigan
and Miami, which finished 8th and
9th respectively in the CCHA last
season, have shown signs of
"Teams 'like Michigan and

Miami have improved more than
others simply because the other
teams are already good," said
Berenson. With the weaker sisters
tightening up the loose ends,
Berenson believes easy wins are
harder to earn in the CCHA.
"THEY'LL BE tough," said
Berenson of Miami (3-27-2 last
season). "They are coming off of a
good weekend against Western.
They'll be putting on a show at
home. They'll be very tough to
Gone from last year's Redskin
team is 50-point scorer Todd
Channel, but Davidge said that his
club is deeper and more balanced
this year. "We won't rely on one
superscorer," he said.
The offensive duo of Mike Orn

and Greg Dornbach are the leaders
of Miami's attack. The juniors
combined for 63 points last year
and last week Dornbach contributed
a goal and two assists. Senior
center Mike Martinec had the same
numbers, tying him with Dornbach
for the Redskins' scoring lead.
IF LAST week's games
indicated future prospects, these
three freshmen are notable: left
winger Tom Neziol, defenseman
Steve McGrinder and goaltender
Stephen McKichan.
Davidge has been giving
McKichan a good long look in goal
despite the presence of returning
starter Brent Smith. McKichan
started in Friday night's 6-1 loss
but Davidge said he played well and
will likely start one of the games
against Michigan. The senior
Smith, who was in net for Miami's
6-5 victory last Saturday, will start
the other game.
Neziol netted a goal and an assist
in his first series. Said Davidge, "he
has the ability to control the pace
of the game."
MCGRINDER is considered
Miami's best recruit. In fact,
Davidge said he may be his best
defenseman. The Waterloo, Ont.
native tallied one goal in his debut
last week.
Four returning lettermen and two
other freshmen join McGrinder on
defense. Senior Mike Macoun
should provide the most help at that

"(Miami) will be
tough. They are com-
ing off of a ood
weekend against Wes-
tern. They'll be put-
ting on a show at
home. They'll be
very tough to beat."
- Red Berenson

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position, while junior Steve
Benson and sophomore Rob
Robinson give the unit some.
needed experience.
With ten freshmen added to a
team that won only three conference
games last year, Miami is having
trouble getting respect. In the
CCHA coaches poll, it was a
consensus last-place pick.
"LAST YEAR doesn't mean
anything," said Berenson, whose
team compiled a 4-0 record against
the Redskins last year.
According to Berenson these are
important games in Michigan's
quest to finish above .500. "We
can't have to score six goals a game.

to win," said the Michigan coach,
eluding to last week's Bowling
Green series. He also mentioned
that Michigan has only won seven
road games in the last two years.


That makes it nearly impossible for
a team to finish .500.
According to Berenson-
Michigan will stick with the same,
lineups they used against BowlinQ
Green. The Brad Jones-Bract
McCaughey-Ryan Pardoski line
was the most effective. The three
combined for 10 points 'last
The goaltending situation looks
unchanged also. Warren Sharples
and Glen Neary are expected to
share the duties.

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