Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 28, 1988
BY RICHARD EISEN
Peter Graves and the rest of the Mission Impossible
crew will not be making the trip with the Michigan
hockey team this weekend as they travel to Sault Saint
Marie to play the NCAA defending champion Lake
Superior State Lakers.
The same Lakers that won the CCHA last year with
a 22-4-6 record. The same Lakers that only lost three
players from last year's championship team.
"This weekend should be a big challenge for our
team," said Michigan coach Red Berenson. "(But) this
is not Mission Impossible."
-This puck will self destruct in five seconds.
.THE WOLVERINES have chosen to accept this
mission, and Michigan will have to gird their loins for
the mission seems quite burdensome. Not only will
they face the defending champs, but the Wolverines are
only 2-11-3 while playing in Lake Superior's Norris
Despite the lopsided evidence, Berenson remains
'They're a good team. But, (Lake
Superior) has already lost two games.
They're as beatable as anybody else,'
- Michigan coach Red Berenson
"They're a good team. But, (Lake Superior) has
already lost two games. They're as beatable as anybody
else," Berenson said.
So far this has been true. Lake Superior, (2-2), has
already dropped games to Michigan State and Miami,
the same Miami that the Wolverines swept two weeks
ago. Last year, Lake Superior didn't receive its second
defeat until the 12th game of the season.
"Lake Superior is not playing very well," said Laker
coach Frank Anzalone. "We're not on top of our game
right now. We played O.K. against Michigan State and
Lake Superior last season at Yost Ice
weekend for this season's rematch.
screwed on right have been playing well. Senior center
Anthony Palumbo, who had 51 points last year, has
four points this year. Sophomore center Jim Dowd
leads the Lakers in points with five.
While the Lakers have the luxury of coming off a
championship season losing only three players, they
have had to make up for the loss of right winger Mark
Vermette. Vermette led the NCAA last year in goals
(45) and points (75). Vermette, who passed up on his
last year of eligibility to sign with the Quebec Nor-
diques, scored the championship winning goal in over-
time against St. Lawrence College.
LAKE SUPERIOR is stocked with talent. Mike
de Carle, who has played two games this year, was se-
cond on the team last year with 66 points. Goalie
Bruce Hoffort, last year's playoff MVP, has been solid
with a 3.01 goals against average in three games this
"Now, only 10 percent of the players have to find
their form,"Anzalone said. "We're going to play well
'We're going to play well this weekend.
I think the slump is over. Michigan is
going to have to play very, very well to
win.' - Lake Superior coach
this weekend. I think the slump is over. Michigan is
going to have to play very, very well to win."
Michigan is entering this weekend expecting to be
tested. Berenson said that everyone will learn
something this weekend, and the players know it.
"This will be a big challenge for us; a big test for
our team," Michigan goalie Warren Sharpies said. "If
we can go up there and make a good showing, it could
build confidence for the younger players."
Berenson is looking for at least one win this
weekend, which would keep his team on pace for his
1988-89 road trip plan.
"We've got to be a .500 team on the road this year,"
Berenson said. "Winning a game in Lake Superior is
one step in getting us to that goal."
Pardoski fires a shot against
travel to Sioux-St. Marie this
Anzalone said that winning the NCAA's has
something to do with his team's recent slump,
affecting both his players and his oppenents.
"At the beginning of training camp, about 50
percent of our players' heads were not screwed on right
because we won the championship. That's not enough
to maintain the caliber of play we're used to."
COINCIDING with the players' slump are
opponents playing above their heads against the NCAA
champions, thereby making the situation worse.
For instance, in last week's Laker series split
against Miami, Redskin goalie Steve McKichan played
as if he were a brick wall. In the series, Lake Superior
had 89 shots on goal and McKichan allowed only six
to hit the net. This is the same goalie at whom
Michigan fans were screaming "Sieve" two weeks ago,
because he allowed six goals in one game.
"McKichan was simply awesome. What he did last
weekend was unreal,"Anzalone said. "I definitely feel
everyone's getting a notch up for us."
One main reason why the Lakers have only lost two
games is because the other 50 percent with their heads
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SUMMER INTERN PROGRAM
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