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LSSU's Anzalone calls
Berenson 'full of crap'
by Mike Gill
Daily Sports Editor
DETROIT - The feud between Michigan coach Red Berenson and Lake
Superior coach Frank Anzalone continued last Monday at the CCHA Final
Four Press conference held at Joe Louis Arena. It appears that two months
and several hundred miles did little to quell the animosity between the two.
When Anzalone was asked to respond to a remark Berenson made in
January about the Lakers clutch-and-grab style of play, Anzalone
responded, "I think Red is full of crap. No more comment. I think that's
bush. I think Red's bush."
After Lake Superior tied and defeated Michigan on January 5-6
Berenson said, "We all try to recruit good hockey players and you get some
coaches who go out and teach their kids how to nullify the good hockey...I
just think their team plays a style of hockey that is not good for the
quality of college hockey."
Before and after the actual press conference, the two coaches kept their
distance but were uncomfortably forced to sit next to each other during the
meeting with the media. Anzalone, who complained to the league office
about Berenson's remark, also complained Monday that the Ann Arbor
,media thinks he is "a maniac."
ANZALONE LEAVING? Even though Anzalone brought a national
championship to the tiny upper peninsula school, he seems less than
happy at Lake Superior and is awaiting the proper job offer to jump ship.
It also appears that Anzalone is having problems working with the
"My future plans are to stay at Lake Superior right now," Anzalone
said. "I feel the best thing for me to do is to just coach as hard as I can and
do the best job I can for the kids and if ever something comes along - I'll
know which program is a step up for me.
"Right now there are so many lateral moves that I might as well stay
with the devil I know than the devil I don't know... The marriage is
wearing thin due to some inner-circle things.
"There comes a time when you grow and people don't grow with you. I
think that the people who watch you build a program are fine. It's the
people who come in after you that want to rip it down or try to change
how to build it.
"We've not been marketed real well. We're more interested in running a
nice, tidy, neat athletic program and really, we're tidy and neat. How can
anyone not control seven sports? I think anyone can run our athletic
department if they had a little bit of a feel for athletics."
Anzalone said he turned down offers to coach at R.P.I. and Michigan
Tech, calling them "lateral moves."
APATHY? The two game playoff series which put Michigan into the
CCHA Final Four totaled fewer fans than the Wolverines averaged for a
league game during the regular season. The Friday, March 2 game drew
2,011 and the follow up game filled 2,704 seats, totaling 4,715. In 16
league games, which did include special promotions and lower ticket
prices, Yost Ice Arena averaged 5,054.
"It bothers me," Berenson said of the poor playoff attendance. "We tried
to advertise our playoff series more than we ever have in the past, and the
interest is really casual, even though classes are out. We have a great
nucleus of fans and our band all stayed but we don't have the increment of
people who come to a program when they sense that it is exciting."
MICHIGAN SNUBBED: Also at Monday's press conference, the
1989-90 coaches All-CCHA teams were announced with no Michigan
player making the top two teams. The first team is as follows: Jason
Muzzatti (Goalie; MSU), Rob Blake (Defense; BGSU), Kord Cernich
(Defense; LSSU), Kip Miller (Forward; MSU), Nelson Emerson (Forward;
BGSU), Craig Fisher (Forward; Miami.)
Warren Sharples and Denny Felsner received honorable mention. While
Berenson agreed that Blake stood out this season on defense, he had hoped
Alex Roberts would also receive recognition, but thought that the senior
co-captain's tough-guy reputation worked against him to receive the honor.
"That's the price you pay when you're an aggressive player," Berenson
said. "A lot of coaches don't like a guy like that on the other team but you
like him when he's on your team. He's come a long way, you would like
to have seen him get the recognition."

The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday- March 12, 1990 - Page 3
Playoffs prove 'M' deserves bid

Any loss in sudden death overtime hurts. It
hurts even more when it comes in the playoffs. It
hurts even more than that when it comes against Da vid
Michigan State - especially for Michigan.
The Michigan hockey team, however, Hyman
rebounded from its 4-3 heartbreaking overtime
defeat to MSU Saturday to defeat Bowling Green,Hylights
5-4, yesterday. More importantly, the Wolverine
victory will more than likely earn them an Michigan
invitation to the NCAA Championships. after the los
Michigan entered the Final Four of the only five m
CCHA with the idea that it needed to finish ahead victory over1
of the Falcons to claim the right to be awarded an The Wol
NCAA bid. Bowling Green held a 3-1 advantage game agains
in games this year and provided the detour to needed to fo
Michigan's entrance into the NCAAs. come back ti
Some felt the emotional loss to MSU would an NCAA bic
be too much for the Wolverines to overcome. In Berenson
addition, Michigan was playing in the earlier contest. "W
consolation game (1 p.m.). The clock read 10:15 appointing ar
p.m. when MSU scored the overtime goal and challenge," h
Michigan was now scheduled to face thehteam take a back s
they needed to finish ahead of in a mere 15 hours. today."'
"It's tough to play in the late game and then Many tea
have to return to play in the early game the next much of a ch
day," defenseman Todd Copeland said. pulled throu
Wolverine coach Red Berenson agreed. "Our in defeatingt
team needs to regroup and bounce back, but it'll
be tough playing less than 15 hours from now." Michigan
Yet Michigan was able to leave Saturday's expressed the
loss in the lockerroom Saturday night, enabling he said, "Itv
them to bounce back against Bowling Green. coming back
"We just have to look past today and not past says somethir
tomorrow," defenseman Alex Roberts said. And Center M
the Wolverines did just that, as right winger Ted down. To con
Kramer put the Wolverines out to an early 1-0 a way to forg


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did not get caught up in emotions
s to the Spartans - one in which
ninutes stood from a Wolverine
the No. 1 team in the nation.
verines knew they played a great
t a great team, but also knew they
rget about the Spartan victory and
he next day to solidify its claim for
wholeheartedly agreed after Sunday's
e felt last night's game was dis-
nd rebounding today would be a big
he said. "Last night's game had to
eat mentally for us to come out here
ams may have felt this to be too
allenge, but the Wolverine character
gh as Michigan held its composure
the Falcons.
goaltender Warren Sharples
sentiments of the entire team when
was hard on all of us," referring to
to play after the loss to MSU. "It
rng of us."
ike Moes agreed. "Everybody was
me up short hurt. But we had to find
get about last night's game and play
st that."

Michigan's excellent play on Sunday was also
noted by Bowling Green junior defenseman Rob
Blake. "Give Michigan credit - they played well
and they beat us tonight."
Playing well and beating Bowling Green was
exactly the cure Michigan needed to overcome the
blues that set in after the loss to MSU. The
Wolverines found themselves surrounded with
adversity on all sides, but pulled through with
flying colors.
'Everybody was down. To
come up short hurt. But we
had to find a way to forget
about last night's game and
play and we did just that.'
- Mike Moes
Michigan captain
The pressure on Michigan was to finish ahead
of Bowling Green and ironically, the two faced
one another in the consolation game.
Though the Wolverines have not yet officially
received an NCAA bid, they should expect to
receive one tonight. Overcoming exhaustion and
emotions from the night before, Michigan
displayed that it is one of the top 12 teams in the

lead, only 1:05 into Sunday's game.

and we did ju

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Felsner's goal was particularly
fancy as he took the puck from
mid-ice, skated past the defenseman
and shot one-handed for the score.
"The guy had me and hooked me
so I just put it through his legs,"

points in the first two periods.
Felsner scored two goals and two
assists while Ouimet had four
"When all three of us are
playing well the line clicks,"
Roberts said. "It's like a machine,
if one thing breaks then it doesn't
work as well."
The key to the victory came as
the Falcons started the third period
with a five-on-three power play as
Moes was called for roughing at
20:00 of the second period and then
an unknown bench penalty was
called soon after.
The Wolverines successfully
killed off that penalty and Michigan
knew that victory was more than
possible as their lead remained 5-3.
"That was a big kill and it may
have been the turning point in the
game," Berenson said. "We hope
this victory will allow us to move
on (to the tournament.) Looking
ahead of the big picture we knew
we had to finish ahead of Bowling
Roberts named
Rookie of the Year
DETROIT - Michigan left
wing David Roberts has been
named CCHA Rookie-of-the-Year
by a vote of the league's coaches.
The announcement was made at the
CCHA banquet held in Detroit on
Friday. Entering this weekend's
games, Roberts had totalled 51
points with 19 goals and 32 assists.
Roberts is the cousin of captain
Alex Roberts and the son of former
MSU All-American Doug Roberts.
- Mike Gill



Felsner said as he described the
One absence for the Wolverines
during the Michigan State game
was solid play from CCHA
Rookie-of-the-Year David Roberts,
who was held scoreless.
Roberts had taken a measles
shot before the game Saturday and
was not able to skate well because
of stomach pains. However, his
health returned against Bowling
Green and he notched two goals.
In fact, the entire line of
Roberts, Mark Ouimet, and Felsner
did much better in the consolation
game than they did against the
Spartans as they combined for 10


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