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The Michigan Daily-Friday, November 13, 1987- Page 11

Rivalry:

Blue, MSU icers to carry on tradition

in battle

for state bragging rights

By KEN GOLDBERG
When the Michigan hockey
team squares off with Michigan
State tonight in East Lansing and
tomorrow in Ann Arbor, the teams
will rekindle the rivalry which dates
way back to a pair of Wolverine
wins in 1925.
In recent history, the Spartans
have dominated the Wolverines,
winning 23 of the last 27 games
between the two teams, including
five of six contests last season.
Although the Wolverines managed
only one victory against State last
year, three of the losses were by a
mere goal, including an 8-7 overtime
defeat in the first round of the
CCHA playoffs.
THE LONE Wolverine win
came last January, when Michigan
blew the lid off Munn Ice Arena

with an 8-2 blowout over the startled
Spartans.
"When we beat State last year,
they were in kind of a slump," said
Michigan defenseman Todd
Copeland. "We came out moving
our feet, skating and shooting, and
controlled the game in their own
buildi g. I think we shocked them."
It is no major surprise that State
enters this series on top of the
CCHA standings with 15 points (7-
2-1), five points ahead of third-place
Michigan (5-5). The Spartans were
finalists in last season's NCAA
finals (losing to North Dakota) and
won the championship in 1986 with
a victory over Harvard.
This season, Michigan State is
second both in league scoring (48
goals) and goals allowed (27). Its
freshman goaltenders, Jason Muzzati

and Jamie Stewart, are first and
second in the league with 2.52 and
2.60 goals-against averages,
respectively.
THE SPARTANS are also on
a four-game winning streak, with
back-to-back sweeps over Illinois-
Chicago and Western Michigan,
outscoring both opponents by a
combined margin of 18-6.
Nonetheless, Michigan State
regards its cross-state rivals too
highly to take them lightly, despite
the statistics and recordbooks.
"When the two of our teams
play," said Michigan State head
coach Ron Mason, "it's always a
spirited affair. The past records are
just irrelevant in an emotional, hard-
nosed rivalry."
The series promises to be an
intense battlefront between two of

the league's top four teams. While
each squad respects the other, the
battle for state supremacy will be a
friendly affair.
"THEY HATE US as much as
we hate them," said Michigan
goaltender Warren Sharples. "It's
going to be a war out there."
Both teams boast balance through
their lineups, both offensively and
defensively. MSU forwards Brian
McReynolds (five goals, 15 points)
and Kip Miller (four points, 13
points) lead the Spartan attack, while
eight other Spartans have at least
seven points each. Miller, however,
will miss Friday's game after being
slapped with a suspension for
fighting in the UIC series.
Quick-skating captain Tom Tilley
bolsters the solid State defense,
along with senior Sean Clements

and junior Brad Hamilton. State has
the second best penalty-killing unit
in the CCHA, stopping opponents
from scoring 84 percent of the time.
THE MICHIGAN line of Rob
Brown (seven goals, 13 points), Joe
Lockwood (seven goals, 13 points)
and Ryan Pardoski (two goals, eight
points) has been hot of late,
accounting for four goals last
weekend at Ferris State. Senior
assistant-captain Brad McCaughey
and centermen Don Stone and Mike
Moes add firepower to the Wolverine
attack.
The defensive pair of Myles
O'Connor (three power-play goals)
and Alex Roberts (one power play
goal) has been productive on the first
power-play unit, and Michigan's
defense was impressive in shutting
down Ferris State in last Saturday's
third period.
"The third period is definitely
key for us," said Michigan head

coach Red Berenson. "We're always
in contention when we play well in
the third, and we obviously have to
beat State if we want to move up in
the standings."

Copeland
... psyched for State

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