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The Michigan Daily
Sunday, 10 p.m.
Friday, October 23, 1987
WINLESS BUCKEYES NO PUSHOVER
By ADAM SCHRAGER
If Michigan fans thought that
getting 4,000 fans in Yost Arena
could be classified as a slim crowd,
then the amount of fans drawn at
Ohio State this weekend for the
Michigan series could be considered
When the third-place, R e d
Berenson-led Wolverines (2-2) travel
to Columbus to face the winless
Buckeyes (0-2-2), it is not as if there
will not be a full arena - that arena
just does not contain many seats.
With a less-than-gargantuan capacity
of 1,580, the OSU ice rink is
considered to be one of the toughest
rinks in the league to travel to and
return with a victory.
"We have to prepare more to play
in that rink than in any other rink in
the conference," said Michigan
assistant coach Larry Pedrie. "We
s to buckOSU
have to go in and be ready to play
today as opposed to what happened
last Friday night. We probably have
had to prepare more mentally this
week than physically."
THE RINK is suited perfectly
for the type of hockey played by the
Buckeyes, an extremely physical,
strong team. Ohio State runs a high-
powered offense that ranks first in
the Central Collegiate Hockey
Association (CCHA) in the power
play. In last week's 4-4 tie against
Lake Superior State, all four
Buckeye goals were scored with a
"The way that their team is
formed is conducive to the stadium
that they play in," explained Pedrie.
"In a small, extremely loud rink, a
team needs to keep their composure
and make sure that careless mistakes
are avoided. They will force the
action and try to get the crowd into
the game. It we make careless errors,
we are playing into their hands."
Miami proved to be a suitable
match for Michigan last weekend as
the teams split two games. Mental
lapses proved to be the deciding
factor in the first game as the
Wolverines came out as flat as three-
day-old Coca Cola and lost a 6-3
decision. Saturday was a rebounding
day for Michigan as it was the week
before against Bowling Green. The
Redskins fell, 4-3, in what was a
very close game throughout.
Newcomer Don Stone leads
Michigan in scoring with six points
coming on four goals and two
assists. While things are looking up
offensively (Michigan ranks third in
the CCHA in the power play), the
number of shots that sophomore
goalie Warren Sharples has had to
fend off has been astronomical.
Sharples ranks second in the league
with 116 saves in only four games
and has been aided greatly by the
adept penalty killing - ranked third
in the CCHA - performed by his
The Buckeyes, who split last
season's series with Michigan, are
led offensively by first-year center
Paul Rutherford, who, with ten
points, leads the league in scoring.
He is aided admirably by senior
captain Mark Anderson (0-8-8) on
left wing, who has played an
important role in each of his years as
Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON
Michigan goalie Warren Sharples is second in the CCHA with 116 saves.
'In a small, extremely
loud rink, a team needs to
keep their composure and
make sure that careless
mistakes are avoided.
They (Ohio State) will
force the action and try to
get the crowd into the
game. If we make careless
errors, we are playing into
hockey coach Larry Pedrie
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