Michigan's Don Stone scraps against Boston College during Michigan's sweep of the Eagles last season
Stone and the rest of the Wolverines visit the Eagles tonight, before facing Boston University across town
in Ann Arbor.
BY MIKE GILL
Hey Sam. Yo Woody, Norm, Cliff, the whole
gang at Cheers. Have I got news for you - and
it's not that Carla's having another baby.
The Michigan hockey team is comin' to
town. Mess with them, they'll make a list and
check you twice - hard against the boards.
Yep, the Wolverines are in Boston this
weekend for two non-conference games -
against Boston College tonight (WAAM 1600),
and Boston University Saturday, putting their
undefeated road record on the line.
THE EAGLES of Boston College are 7-3,
including a 5-4 overtime win against Northern
Michgan last Monday. Boston University is 4-6-
1, including an 8-4 loss to Maine last Tuesday.
The differences in style between Michigan and
the two eastern schools are about as big as
Norm's stomach. The Boston schools are big on
finesse, or as Wolverine right wing Kent
Brothers puts it: "Hockey East is probably a lot
of small guys running around."
Last year, Michigan defeated Boston College
twice at Yost Ice Arena, 6-2, and 5-4 in
Michigan coach Red Berenson believes that
tonight's opponent is different from the team
they played last year. A big part of that reason is
the return of defenseman Greg Brown, who spent
last year with the United States Olympic team.
Brown tallied four assists in the Olympics.
"He's their quarterback," said Wolverine
defenseman Todd Copeland, who grew up with
Brown. "He can pick a team apart with the
moves he makes. He has excellent puck handling
JUNIOR Steve Scheifele leads the Eagles
with 18 points while tri-captain Tim Sweeny has
ten goals and 17 points.
Berenson is concerned that Michigan's rougher
style of play may cause them some problems in
Boston. "I don't think it's quite as physical (in
the east)," Berenson said. "When we played up
there against New Hampshire and R.P.I., our
team was put under a microscope by the
Ryan Pardoski believes that Michigan should
not alter its style despite the chance that the
penalty box might become overloaded with
Wolverines against both opponents. "We're
definitely going to have to hit them. Both like to
play a wide open type of game and if we're not
careful, it could turn out to be a shootout. Plus,
neither is used to a physical game."
Boston University is coming off a sub-.500
season returning 20 lettermen. They are led by
senior captain Mike Kelfer, who tallied 26 goals
last year and 53 points. Junior Mike Sullivan and
center Joe Sacco also provide the offensive
"It'll be a helluva challenge for us to go there
and win in their buildings," said Berenson.
The Michigan Daily - Friday, December 2, 1988 -Page 19
at home on road
BY MIKE GILL
The Michigan hockey team makes its farthest trip of the year thi
weekend, travelling to Beantown to face both Boston College and Boston'
University. But for Wolverine defenseman Todd Copeland and right wi$
Billy Jaffe, the games may resemble more of a neighborhood street match
than a game between two schools from different parts of the country.
Both players point to the game against Boston College as the one they
look forward to the most. The Eagles are a predominantly Massachusetts-
based team with only five players coming from outside the state Micha~el
Dukakis hails from.
Copeland's hometown is nearby Wellesley, and he looks forward .to
returning to his native turf.
"It's going to be lots of fun, especially against Boston College,"
Copeland said. "I'll probably get heckled from friends in the stands. But I
want to play well there. It's the only time in my four years at Michigan that
I'll get this chance."
COPELAND SAID that Hockey East is a friendly division where
everyone knows each other on the other teams due to pre-collegiate playing
Wooed by various eastern teams, the junior defenseman chose Michigan
and this weekend he hopes to show why. "I want to let the people in the
east know that I made the right decision by going to Michigan."
Olympic team member, Boston College's Greg Brown grew up with
Copeland but it is B.U.'s captain Mike Kelfer that Copeland has a score to'
This summer, the two players went golfing with their fathers with five
dollars riding on the outcome. The Copelands lost, but before handing over
the Lincoln five to the Kelfer's, they upped the ante - double or nothing;
contingent on the final score when the two teams meet tomorrow. "We
need to win," the younger Copeland modestly stated.
Sophomore Billy Jaffe attended boarding school in Massachusetts, and
family and friends will be in attendance for him. Jaffe's former Kent School
classmate, the Eagles' backup netminder, Sandy Galuppo, is one of Jaffe's
Last season Jaffe won round one of their friendly competition when he
scored his first career goal against Galuppo at Yost Ice Arena, helping
propel Michigan to a 5-4 overtime win.
Free time: The Boston area is generally recognized to hold a littl
more charisma than other towns the Wolverines visit such as Big Rapids,
home of Ferris State. Berenson said he hopes the team will be able to take
in some sights between practices and games, but said it would take the
better part of a week to really take in everything.
Co-captain Myles O'Connor hopes the team does not put this trip in the
wrong perspective. "We're there to play hockey and it's no different than any
other weekend. I'm there to play hockey and I hope everyone else is too. I'm
there to win two games."
New Home: Boston College is playing its first season in its new state-
of-the-art Silvio O. Conte Forum. Eagle tri-captain Paul Marshall stated,
"There were nights this summer that I could not sleep because of my
excitement thinking about the new arena. It is not just a new rink, it is
probably the best college facility in the nation."
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BY MIKE GILL
.Left Wing Ryan Pardoski will
return to action this weekend after
sitting out against Western Michigan
last week due to a strained back.
Pardoski reaggravated his injury
Tuesday in practice when he fell into
the net and hit his back against the
middle post, causing some more
tightening. But after working out
Wednesday, Pardoski knew his day-to-
day status was over. "It survived today
and it's really feeling good. I should
be ready for the weekend."
F With Pardoski back in the lineup,
Michigan will have a little different
look than they did last week. Pardoski
will play on the line with Rob Brown
and Jimmy Ballantine.
, Ted Kramer will continue to play
right wing on the Denny Felsner-Don
Stone line, as he did last Saturday.
The Felsner-Stone combination has
been the Wolverines top scoring line.
"They are our offensive line," said
ick' for road
Kramer. "I hope I can continue to
work with them and fill the right
One for the books?
This weekend Myles O'Connor
can tie and break the Michigan career
record for most penalty minutes. The
dubious honor is currently held by
former NHL'er Greg Fox, who played
with the Wolverines from 1973-1976.
O'Connor, who is coming off
what Michigan coach Red Berenson
called "possibly his finest hour as a
Michigan Wolverine" against Western
Michigan, needs only a two minute
penalty to tie the mark. He picked up
eight minutes last weekend.
"There's a good chance I might get
it this week," O'Connor said in semi-
eager anticipation of the moment.
"We'll see what happens."
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