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Page 12--The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, December 11, 1990

HOCKEY NOTEBOOK
Stone named CCHA
Player of the Week
by Dan Zoch

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Daily Hockey Writer

Don Stone, senior team co-cap-
tain of the Michigan hockey team,
has bcen named CCHA Player of the
,wWeek. Stone notched a hat trick on
Saturday and three assists on Friday
against Western Michigan.
"It's * great honor," said Stone,.
"but the important thing was that we
won four points Ed stayed close to
Lake Superior."
Stone adds more than offensive
production to the Wolverine lineup.
"Den is most notable because he
is so capable of scoring goals," said
Michigan coach Red Berenson. "But
he's so good because he's able to do
things which aren't so noticeable
like playing a defe 've role."
LINEUP CHANGES: Sopho-
more defender David Harlock will be
out of this weekend's series with
Lake Superior because he will be
trying out for the Canadian Junior
National team. Co-defender Patrick
Neaton has been selected for the US
Junior National team but he won't

be leaving until after the Lake Supe-
rior series. Senior defender Kent
Brothers will be dressed in the place
of Harlock.
First-year left winger Cam Stew-
art has been disqualified from Friday
night's game with Lake Superior due
to a fight that broke out in the last
minute of Saturday's game. Sopho-
more Dan Stiver will be take his
place.
"You don't like to see these
things happen," Berenson said. "It's
not good to lose players like that."
BETWEEN THE PIPES: Both
of Michigan's rookie goaltenders,
Chris Gordon and Steve Shields,
played at their peak last weekend.
Shields, who held the Broncos
through most of Saturday, is pleased
that both are getting their chance to
play on a regular basis.
"It's good to see both of us play-
ing so well," said Shields. "If one of
us should start playing poorly, the
other could come and do the job."

Canadian powers force
Harlock to miss series
by Matt Rennie
Daily Hockey Writer
David Harlock will not play this weekend against Lake Superior State.
This news will surprise most Michigan hockey fans, since Harlock
usually teams with Patrick Neaton as coach Red Berenson's starting de-
fensemen.
So what is the reason for the absence of this vital cog in the Michigan
hockey machine? It's not an injury. It's not a suspension. In fact, Harlock
chose not to play.
Actually, Harlock is paying for making the decision to represent his
native Canada in the upcoming Junior National hockey tournament.
This seems like a rather noble thing to do - an action not worthy of
punishment. In fact, the only sin Harlock is guilty of is being a Canadian
citizen.
This seems to be a unrelated fact, but the truth is that were Harlock
playing on the American team, he would be on the ice at Yost this week-
end. Neaton is playing for the American Junior Nationals, but he'll be
lacing up his skates this weekend against the Lakers.
The difference between the two cases is in the selection process of each
country. The Americans have already selected their roster. The Canadians
will select their players based on their performance at an invite-only,
week-Fong, training camp.
W ile it's true each country is entitled to select its own team in any
way i chooses, the Canadian system is blatantly unfair to college players.
Most young Canadian players forego their college careers to play at the
Junior A level, with the hope that they will quickly make the jump to the
pros. Consequently, the few Canadian players that choose the college
route are virtually ignored when it comes to decisions such as this one.
Both Harlock and Neaton will miss college games, including the Great
Lakes Invitational, but Harlock will have to miss the Wolverines' biggest
series of the year as well. In addition, Harlock had to reschedule the final
exams he will miss, another fact the Canadian officials obviously consider
trivial.
Why? So he can attend some superfluous training camp which is actu-
ally only a formality.
The bottom line is Harlock is going to be selected virtually regardless
of his performance at this camp. The team officials know what he can do.
It is a mystery why the Canadians need this extra camp to determine their
roster. They obviously have some idea who's going to be on the team,
since they're capable of picking the players to invite to the camp in the
first place.
One is forced to wonder why the powers-that-be in the Canadian
hockey system feel they must force Harlock to choose between his coun-
try and his school.
"I feel this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. It's always a big thrill
to represent your country," Harlock said. "To a certain extent, I feel pun-
ished for choosing the college route."
Harlock should not be allowed to skip the camp if everyone else has to
go. But the camp itself is inherently unfair to college players, who have
commitments to their college teammates and the universities they attend.
Young hockey players should have the freedom to decide whether or
not to play in college without any outside influences.
After all, that's the American way.
Apparently, it's not the Canadian way.

SPORTS INFORMATION
Michigan co-captain Don Stone tallied a hat trick Saturday.

CCHA STANDINGS
Team (Overall) Record Pts. GF

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LSSU (13-3-2)
Michigan(12-4-2)
Ferris State (10-3-5)
BGSU (11-5-2)
WMU (7-9-2)
Mich. St. (6-8-4)
Ohio St. (7-8-3)
UIC (6-12-0)
Miami, Ohio (3-13-2)
Friday's Games

12-2-2
11-3-2
8-3-5
9-5-2
6-8-2
5-7-4
5-8-3
4-12-0
1-13-2

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24
21
20
14
14
13
8
4

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93
64
70
48
65
48
43
33

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58
51
62
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