Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, January 19, 1990
Icers sliding in
by Andrew Gottesman So when the Wolverines take the
Daily Hockey Writer ice against Ferris State tonight and
Three weeks ago, the Michigan tomorrow night in Big Rapids (both
ice hockey team looked like it was games begin at 7:30 p.m. at the
coming into its own at exactly the Ewigleben Ice Arena), they will be
right moment. The Wolverines, after fighting to stay in contention for
an inconsistent first half, were one home ice in the playoffs.
point out of third in the CCHA and However, Ferris (8-13-5 overall;
had just successfully defended their 4-13-5 and in seventh place in the
Great Lakes Invitational champion- CCHA), may be the break Michigan
ship. is looking for. The Wolverines, (14-
Then they were tied and beaten by 10-2; 10-10-2) who swept the series
Lake Superior. In Ann Arbor. Kiss earlier this season in Ann Arbor,
thoughts of second place goodbye. have won the last six meetings and
Bowling Green then completed a eight of the last ten.
sweep of Michigan - with the first But Michigan coach Rcd
game at Yost. All of a sudden, third Berenson isn't considering Ferris a
place was looking more and more cure-all - especially since he said
like a dream and the Wolverines were he would be disappointed if he
closer to last nlace than to first. doesn't get a sween. And, in the
to Ferris series
competitive CCHA, Michigan could
be playing Ferris State, Junior
Varsity Family and Friends (free
pizza and soda with every clean shot
on goal), and the Wolverines still
wouldn't be guaranteed a win - let
Plus, the Bulldogs are coming off
a sweep in Miami and are in a
dogfight among the three cellar-
dwellers to stay off the bottom step
to the basement.
"It certainly was a good pair of
wins for us," Ferris State coach John
Perpich said. "But I look for
Michigan to come in here hungry for
The biggest concern for Michigan
will be its defense, which allowed 14
goals in the two games against the
Falcons. Fortunately for the
Wolverines, Ferris is dead last in
CCHA scoring with only 66 goals.
"It will be important that we get
back to good defensive hockey,"
Berenson said. "We know we have to
get our goals-against in line. Our
goals for will take care of itself."
Actually it will probably only
get a chance to take care of itself if
Michigan finds itself playing in the
Ferris zone rather than its own.
"Good defense is going to crea:e
offense for us," senior defenseman
Brad Turner put it.
And then maybe Michigan can
get itself back into the race. "This is
where we have to start building up
the momentum," Turner said. "It's
time to start getting some wins
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