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Page 14-The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 11,1991

. CCHA Scorecard

ICers look to extend WMU

's inferiority

Standings

Team (overall record)
1. Lake Superior (12-3-0)
2. Michigan St. (7-2-2)
W. Michigan (7-4-1)
4. Michigan (8-3-2)
5. Miami (6-7-1)
6. UIC(4-6-2)
7. Bowling Green (3-8-1)
8. Ferris State(2-6-2)
9. Ohio State(2-8-2)

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2
1
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Pts.
20
15
15
14
11
10
7
6
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GF
60
50
51
52
50
41
50
31
48

GA
22
34
43
41
59
46
74
39
75

Upcoming Games:
Friday, December 13
Lake Superior at Miami
UIC at Ohio State
Ferris State at MSU
(PASS-LIVE-7:00 p.m.)

by Andy De Korte
Daily Hockey Writer
Friday night at Lawson Ice
Arena and Saturday at Yost Ice
Arena, Michigan and Western
Michigan will both be playing with
something to prove.
Last Saturday, the Wolverines
suffered their first shutout loss in
over three years. The Broncos have
been stifled by Michigan 13 consec-
utive times in a streak that dates to
1988-89 season and includes 5-1 and
5-3 victories this year.
Although the Wolverines have
two victories over WMU, Michigan
coach Red Berenson is not under-es-
timating the Broncos.
"It was a battle last time we
played Western and I'm sure it will
be again," Berenson said. "We need
to win these games. We can't make
an earthquake about what happened
against Lake Superior. It's just a
matter of raising our level of play
to what it has been."

Curiously enough, the last time
Western Michigan had to face
Michigan was after its only other
winless weekend this season. The re-
sults did not please Bronco coach
Bill Wilkinson.
"(The situation) is similar to
what happened the weekend they
lost to Michigan State," Wilkinson
said. "I am not real pleased with
what transpired up there."
Aside from the embarrassment
of the shutout, Michigan also faces
the expectation of winning the
CCHA as well as final exams this
week. These factors all challenge
the mental readiness all the players.
"I don't know what going to
happen this weekend," Hobey Baker
Award candidate Denny Felsner
said. "But we're worried about
them like everyone else, everyone
wants to beat us."
Senior Bronco defenseman Andy
Suhy targeted the Wolverines after

the second loss to them.
"We're going to be on those
guys.... We're going to go out there
and get them," Suhy said. "We're
going to win - I guarantee it."
A guarantee may be a bit much
considering the two teams recent
history. However, Wilkinson feels
his team may be ready.
"I think we played pretty con-
sistently from start to finish al-
most every game," he said.
There were 20 and 13 power
plays for Michigan and WMU
respectively. And while neither
team did particularly well when
they played each other - WMU (2
for 13), UM (3 for 20) - they are
ranked second and third in power
play goals among CCHA teams,
25.8 percent to 21.2 percent. The
teams also boast the conference
leaders in PPGs. Bronco Colin Ward
and Wolverine David Oliver each
have seven.

Saturday, December 14
-Lake Superior at Miami
UIC at Ohio State
Ferris State at MSU

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All games 7:30 local time unless noted
* - CCHA member in 1992-1993

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Ward (12 goals, 3 assists) leads
the line most likely to trouble the
Wolverines. Ward and his line-
mates, conference scoring leaders
Keith Jones (8-16) and Pat Fer-
schweiler (2-10) are all on the
CCHA leaderboard. They accounted
for three of the four Bronco goals
against the Wolverines this year.
"Colin Ward is an individual
who complements his linemates,
Keith Jones and Pat Ferschweiler,
well," Wilkinson said. "He's a
good finisher, he gets garbage goals
as well as the pretty ones."
Michigan will have to battle the
Broncos without one or perhaps two
Wolverines. Center Mark Ouimet
suffered a slight shoulder separa-
tion and is questionable. Defense-
man Aaron Ward will be in Kitch-
ener, Ont., trying out for the Junior
Canadian National Team.
Berenson will adjust his lines by
pairing Ron Sacka with Chris Tamer
and leave the other defensive un-
changed. With Ouimet questionable,
the front lines are not settled, but
Berenson was satisfied with the re-
sults of having David Roberts cen-
ter a line with Cam Stewart and Ted
Kramer.
After the Wolverines finish the
WMU series, they will be off until
Christmas night. The Christmas
night skate is mandated because th
Wolverines will play in the two
day Great Lakes Invitational tourna-
ment starting Friday, Dec. 27 at Joe
Louis Arena.
The four-team GLI will feature
Michigan against Harvard and
Michigan State against Michigan
Tech in the first round. The losers
will play a consolation game before
the championship game at 7:30 p.m.
between the winners.
January 3 and 4, Wolverines
return to CCHA competition
against Ferris State for a two-game
series at Yost Ice Arena.
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